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GENEALOGY 

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1922 



THE 



New England 

Historical and Genealogical 
REGISTER 



1922 



Volume LXXVI 




PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 

AT THE ROBERT HENRY EDDY MEMORIAL ROOMS 

9 ASHBTJRTON PLACE, BOSTON 

1922 



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HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT 



Committee on publication 

JAMES PARKER PARMENTER JOHN WALLACE SUTER 

HOSEA STARR BALLOU ALFRED JOHNSON 

G. ANDREWS MORLVRTY, Jr. GEORGE RITCHIE MARVIN 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT 



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS 



Note. — Roman numerals refer to the pages of the Supplement 



Abbot. Dr. Florence Hale, notice Ixix 
American Historical Association, report, 1918 

notued IGO 
American Irish Historical Society, journal, vols. 

19 and 20 noticed 160 
American Revolution. Continental Congress, 

letters of members, vol. 1. Aug. 29, 

1774 to July 4, 1776, edited by Edmund 

C. Burnett noticed 159 
letter 1776 156 
Andrews, Frank De Weite Family record of 

Dea. Samuel Bancroft, 1715-1782, of 

Reading. Mass. noticed 242 
A historical sketch of the First Congre- 

gatiooal Unitarian church of Vineland. 

N. J., with a list of members noticed 

82 
Inscriptions in the old burying ground of 

the First Presbyterian Church. Cedar- 

ville, N. J. noticed 322 
Andniss genealogy, in preparation 318 
AngeU genealogy, by L- L. Lovell noticed 158 
Atkinson, Wilmer. autobiography noticed 321 
Atlases, geographical, list in Library of Congress. 

by P. L. Phillips noticed 82 



Bftcot, John Vacher. notice Uixiii 

Baker, Mrs. Edith June {Lawrence) Descend- 
ants of John Webster, of Warwickshire, 
Eng.. born about 1600 noticed 159 
Genealogy of Mrs. Ann Ehza Clark and 
alhed families, direct descendants of 
Anneke Jans Bogardus noticed 242 

Bancroft genealogy, by F. D. Andrews noticed 
242 

Banks, Col. Charles Edward and /. M. Wight- 
man The Mayhew Manor of Tisbury, 
address prepared for the New York 
branch of The Order of Colonial Lords 
of Manors in America noticed 160 

Barker, James, letter from Capt. Nathan 



Peii 



1776 156 



Bame 



291 



to complaint 



'er to complaint 
291 
Noah Barrell'a 



Baron alias Barnes, John, ans 

of Pierce Butter, 1596 
Barrell, George Morton Rev 

record of marriages. 1823-1874 262 
Rev. Noah, record of marriages, 1823-1874 

262 
Barrington, N. H., see Strafford 
Bartlett, Mrs. Elizabeth French Genealogical 

research in England 115 
Joseph Gardner William Eben Stone, Ph.B. 

83 
Nelson Slater, notice Ixxxvii 
Bassett, Arthur Henry Ancestry of Samuel 

Smith, Jr., and Moses Fay Smith and 

descendants of Samuel Smith, Jr., and 



Molly Clark and Moses Fay Smith and 

Candance Allen, all of Barre, Mass. 

noticed 320 
Bates, Rev. Newton Whilmarsh Whitmarsh 

genealogy, supplement noticed 159 
Bates Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 2 and vol. 5, no. 1, 

third series noticed 158 
Baxter, Mrs. Louise Bartlett (Carruth), notice 



Ixx 



BeU, 



John, ancestry. Scottish, by L. BeU 
noticed 242 
Louis John Bell of Londonderry and his 
Scottish ancestry noticed 242 
Bordman family records 312 
Bowditcb, Charles Pickering, memoir lix 
Bowen genealogy, descendants of Richard, by 

C. Shepard noticed 158 
Bowman. George Ernest The Mayflower com- 
pact and its signers with facsimiles and 
a list of the Mayflower passengers. In 
commemoration of the signing of the 
compact 21 Nov. 1620 noticed 82 
Brackeoridge, George Washington, notice 

xliv 
Brookline Historical Society, proceedings, 1921 

noticed 322 
Brooks genealogy, descendants of Gilbert, in 

preparation 158 
Brown, I saac^Brownell Genealogy of Rasselas 
Wilcox Brown and Mary Potter 
Brownell Brown, their descendants and 
ancestral lines noticed 319 
Ret. Richard L. A history of the Michael 
Brown family of Rowan Co., N. C. 
noticed 81 
Brown genealogy, descendants of Michael, of 
North Carolina, by Richard h. Brown 
noticed 81 
genealogy, descendants of Rasselas W. and 
Mary P. B.. by I. B. Brown noticed 319 
Bulkeley, Grace (Chetwood), ancestry 307 
Bumham, Thomas Winston, notice xxxix 
Burroughs, Elizabeth notice 79 
Burtoft, Mrs. L. Ada Judkins and C. H. Jud- 
kins Biographical sketch of Hon. 
David A. Hollingsworth, Cadiz, Ohio 
noticed 159 
Butter, Daniel, will 1609 281 
John, will 1626, note 281 
Marion, will 1606 281 
Pierce, complaint against John Barnes alias 

Baron and Thomas Butter, 1595 290 
Pierce, will 1600 280 
Thomas, answer to complaint of Pierce 

Butter. 1596 291 
Thomas, will 1556 278 
William, petition against William Tomson. 

1601 291 
William, will 1594 279 



Index of Subjects 



Butter baptisms, marriages, burials, and court 
rolls from English records 282 
genealogy, descendants of Thomas of 
Dedham, co. Essex. Eng. 292 

Butterfield. Ernest W. The early history of 
Weathersfield. Vt. An address deliv- 
ered Aug. 16, 1921 at the centennial 
exercises of the First CongregationaJ 
Church, Weathersfield, Vt. noticed 160 



CapwelK Helen Records of the Court of 

Trials of the town of Warwick, 1659- 

1674 noticed 322 
Carter, Robert Inglee, notice xxxvi 
Cartland^ John Henry, notice xliii 
Cedarville. N. T., First Presbyterian Church. 

historical sketch and epitaphs, by F. D. 

Andrews noticed 322 



Clarke, Dr. John, ancestry. English, and con- 
nections noticed 81 
Coats of Arms, see Heraldry 
Coggeshall, Anne, will 1648. note 281 
Cogswell, Walter Cleveland, notice xli 
Colbum genealogy, descendants of Isaac, by 

E. J. Cox noticed 319 
CoUins, Rev. Mary Clementine, notice xJi 
Colt, Cot. Samuel Pomeroy, notice Ixxi 
Colver genealogy, by J. L. Rosenberger 

noticed 224 
Complete Peerage, new edition, notice 314 
Congdon Chronicle, nos. 2 and 3, April and 

July, 1921 nolued 158 
Connecticut, persons bom in, who are recorded 

in the Florida census of 1850 52 
register and manual. 1921 noticed 159; 

1922 noticed 321 
Continental Army, see American Revolution 
Converse. Edmund Cogswell, notice lii 
Cory genealogy, descendants of Jaraes and 

Susan (Mulford) noticed 319 
Cotton, Frank Ethridge. notice Ixxxix 
Cox, Edward Jones The descendants of Isaac 

Colburn. Jr. noticed 319 
Crittenden, Albert Randolph, notice Ixjtvii 



Dana, Hon. William Franklin, notice xlii 

Darell, James. wUl 1640 236 
John. wiU 1646 239 
Sir Robert, will 1646 238 

Daughters of the American Revolution, see 
Society of the Daughters of the American 
Revolution 

Davis, Elmer History of The New York 
Times. 1851-1921 noticed 82 
Walter Goodwn Hale-Dowsett 75 

De Grey, see Grey 

Derby. Conn.. St. James's Church, records, 
1740-1796 130 170 

Devlin. John Edward, notice xxxiii 

Dickerman, Edward Dwight and George Sher- 
wood Dickerman Dickerman genealogy, 
descendants of Thomas Dickerman. an 
early settler of Dorchester, Mass.. 2d ed.. 
1922 noticed 319 
George Sherwood Dickerman genealogy, 
descendants of Thomas, supplement 
noticed 319 



Dickemuui genealogy, descendants of Thoa., 

2d ed.. by E. D. and G. S. Dickerman 

noticed 319 

genealogy, descendants of Thos., supplement, 

1922. by G. S. Dickerman noticed 319 

Dixon, Willis Milnor Kith and kin containing 
genealogical data of the following fam- 
ilies: Dixon. Andnis, Battin. Beal, Boa- 
worth, Chapin. Converse. Copeland and 
other collateral lines noticed 319 

Dixon genealogy, by W. M. Dixon noticed 319 

"DoAnt, Gilbert Harry Joseph Soule of Fairfield, 
Vt., and some of his descendants 85 

Dodge, Robert Oatley, notice xxxix 

Doucet, see Dowsett 

Dow, Charles Mason Anthology and bibli- 
ography of Niagara FaUs, vols. 1 and 2 
noticed 160 
George Francis Two centuries of travel in 
Essex Co., Mass., a collection of narra- 
tives and observations made by travelers, 
1605-1799 noticed 82 

DOWSETT and variants 

Dowsett, Thomasine, notice 75 

DoucBT, Gabriel, will 1628 75 

Drury genealogy, descendants of John, in 
preparation 318 

Duffield, Ra. Howard, D.D.. The Tangier 
Smith Manor of St. George, address 
delivered at the eighth annual meeting 
of the New York branch of The Order 
of Colonial Lords of Manors in America, 
held in the City of New York on the 
24th day of April, 1920 noticed 160 

Dulaney, Benjamin Lewis Something about 
the Dulaney (Dulany) family, and a 
sketch of the southern Cobb family 
noticed 242 

Dulaney genealogy and a sketch of the south- 
em Cobb family, by B. L. Dulaney 
noticed 242 

Durrell, Harold Clarke Durrell genealogy 
noticed 158 
Report of the Committee on Epitaphs 



Durston, see Duston 

Duston genealogy, descendants of Thomas, in 

preparation 318 
Duxbury, Mass., vital records to 1850, notice 

314 

Eaton, Levi Frank, notice xlv 

Eddy Family Association Bulletins, vol. 1, 

nos. 1 and 2 noticed 158 
Eliot, Dr. Charles William, address at unveiling 

of Lincoln Memorial Tablet, May. 1922 

167 
England, genealogical research in 54 115 223 

278 
English Research, new aid in 80 
Essex County, Mass., history, collection of 

narratives and observations made by 

travelers, 1605-1799, collected and 

annotated by G. F. Dow noticed 82 



Fearing, Andrew Coatsworth, notice xxxv 
Fiske, Andrew Report of the Committee to 

Assist the Historian xv 
Fitch genealogy, descendants of Thomas, in 

preparation 81 
Florida, census, 1S50, New Englanders in 44 



Index of Subjects 



Folsom Fanuly Association, tenth annua 
reunion, 1921 noticed 319 

Foster, Joseph The soldier's memorial. Ports- 
mouth. N. H.. 1803-1921. Storer Post, 
No. 1, Department of N. H.. G. A. R., 
Portsmouth, N. H. noliced 180 

Founders, portraits of, vol. 3 in preparation SO 

Fowle, Seth Augustus, notice Iv 



General Society of the War of 1812, pro- 
ceedings, 1916 and 1920, by H. M. 
Leland noliced 322 
Genkyn, see Jenkin 
Gibson, George Alonao, notice Iviii 
Gifford genealogy, family of Twyford, co. 
Bucks, Eng., by G. A. Moriarty 
noliced 242 
Gilman, Benjamin Butler, notice Ixxxvi 
Goodspeed, Charles Eliot Report of the Com- 
mittee on Sale of Publications xv 
Goodwin, James Wells, notice Ixxivi 
Goodwin genealogy, English ancestry of 
William and Ozias. vols. 1, 2, and 3 
noliced 158 
Goshen, N. H., history, in preparation 316 
Gould, George Lambert, memoir with portrait 

and autograph 3 
Gove, Hon. William' Henry, notice il 
Great Barrington, Mass., epitaphs 174 
Green, Dr. Charles MonlraviUc Charles Sher 

burne Penhallow, A.B. 243 
Greenlaw, William PrescoU Report of the 
Committee on Finance xiii 
Report of the Librarian xix 
Report of the Special Committee on Rolls 
of Membership xix 
Grey, origin of family of Oxfordshire, Eng. 295 
Gridley, Richard, note 240 
Grinnell, Frank W. Some early lawyers o^ 
Mass. and their present influence in 
the life of the nation noticed 321 
Grosse, Elizabeth, notice 79 
Thomas, wife, notice 79 



Hale, Thomas, maiden name of wife, notice 75 
Hartford, Conn., Troop B, history, edited by 

James L. Howard noticed 160 
Harvard University, Class of 1863, memoira, 
1920-1922 noliced 321 
Class of 1871. 50th anniversary report 

noticed 159 
Class of 1881, 40th anniversary report, 1921 

noticed 159 
Class of 1896, 25th anniversary report 

noticed 82 
Class of 1897, 25th anniversary report 

noticed 321 
Class of 1902, report of secretary. 1922 

noliced 321 
Class of 1907, report of secretary, 1922 

noticed 321 
Class of 1918, report of secretary, 1922 
noticed 321 
Hatch, Israel H.. notice Ixvi 
Hawes, Frank Mortimer New Englanders in 

the Florida census of 1850 44 
Heely, Mrs. Laura Cornelia (Bingham). 

notice Ixxx 
H«menway genealogy, descendants of Ralph, 

in preparation 81 
Heraldry, coats of arms, recording of 80 157 
314 



Hicks, Rev. Lewis Wilder Memoirs of the 

New England Historic Genealogical 

Society xxxiii 
Report of the Historian xxviii 
Higginson family records 312 
Hinds Co., Miss., history, 1821-1922, by D. 

Rowland noticed 321 
The Historical Register, a record of people, 

places, and events in American history, 

edited by Edwin Charles Hill, 1921 

noliced 322 
Hoes, Rev. Roswell Randall, notice Ixxxii 
Holland, Henry Ware, notice xxxv 
Hollingsworth genealogy, by L. A. J. Burtoft 

and C. H. Judkins noticed 159 
Howes, Mrs. Florence Reynolds (ConanI) 

Report of the Committee on Papers 

and Essays xvii 
Report of the Special Committee on 

Endowment and Members xviii 
Howland meeting of descendants of John, 

exercises at Kingston, Mass., 1921 

noliced 242 
Humphreys, Richard Clapp. notice, additions 

Hunnewell, James Melville Report of the 

Treasurer xxiii 
Hunt alias Huntress, Solomon, notice 313 
Huntress alias Hunt, Solomon, notice 313 



Iowa, State Historical Society of. The Palimp- 
sest, vols. 1 and 2 noticed 160 



Jacobus, Donald Lines Ancestry of Grace 

(Chetwood) Bulkeley. second wife of 

Rev. Peter Bulkeley 307 

Records of St. James's Church, Derby. 

Conn., 1740-1796 130 170 

James family, descendants of David, by H. R. 

Stapleton noticed 242 
Jenckes genealogy, descendants of Joseph, in 

preparation 318 
JENEIK and variants 
JenUn, Daniel, will 1646 60 
Henry, wiU 1666 61 
Margaret, will 1610 57 
Richard, will 1612 58 
Thomas, will 1592 56 
Thomas, will 1657 61 
Thomas, will 1668 61 
Thomas, will 1674 62 
William, will 1640 60 
Genkyn, Alice, will 1499 55 
Jknken, Edward, will 1626 59 
Henry, will 1576 56 
WiUiam, will 1623 55 
Jenkine. Thomas, will 1614 58 
Jenkins, Daniel, will 1667 62 

Mary, will 1661 60 
Jenkvn. Edward, will 1624 59 
Joan, will 1490 55 
Margaret, will 1616 69 
Thomas, will 1538 56 
William, will 1556 56 
William, will 1616 59 
Jenkin baptisms, marriages, and burials from 
English parish registers 62 
genealogy, descendants of Henry of Kent 
County. Eng. 69 
Jones genealogy, descendants of Thomas, in 
preparation 81 
genealogy, descendants of William of Conn.. 
in preparation 318 



Index of Subjects 



Jordan, Fritz Hermann, notice Ivi 

Jndkins, Clyde HoUingsworih and L. A. J. 

Burtoft Biographical sketch of Hon. 

David A. Hollings worth, Cadiz. Ohio 

noticed 159 



Kelly, Fitzroy, notice rlv 

Kidder, Camillus George, notice Ixxxi 

Edward Hartwell. notice Ixviii 
Kidder Fund, report for 1921 xxviii 

Lady of Quality, journal, see Janet Schaw 
Laflin genealogry, descendants of Charles, in 

preparation 81 
Lane, Margaret, will 1662 61 
Larkin, Mrs. Jessie Noyes (Chescbrough). 

notice xxxix 
La Roes genealogy, by O. M. Mather noticed 

SI 
Lawrence geneaTogy, descendants of George, 

in preparation 81 
Learned, Francis Mason, notice lii 
Leavitt, Emily Wilder, notice Uxxv 
I^banon, Me., vital records to 1892. vol. 1. 

births noticed 322 
Lee, Tbcmas Amory Old Boston families, no. 

6. the Lee family 107 
Lee genealogy, family of Boston. Mass. 197 
Leeds, Theodore Edward, notice Uxi 
LeI&nd, Herbert Messinger General Society of 

the War of 1812 noliced 322 
Leonard, George Henry, notice ixxiv 
Lewis, George Harlan, notice Ivii 
Leyden Pilgrim Messenger, no. 1, May, 1922 

noticed Z22 
Lincoln, Abraham, memorial tablet, unveiling 

exercises at N. E. Hist. Gen. Society. 

May. 1922 163; memorial tablet. 

portrait opp. 163 
Agnes Wyman, notice lixxviii 
Alfred Vamum, notice Ixxiv 
London. Eng.. Somerset House, records. 1690- 

1740. recently discovered, notice 80 
Lothrop, Thornton Kirkland Report of the 

Corresponding Secretary xx 
Lovell, Louise Lewis Israel Angell. Colonel of 

the Second Rhode Island Regiment 

noliced 158 



MacClary genealogy, descendants of Thomas, 
in preparation 318 

McCIurg. Gilheri Battle hymns of the Wards 
from the Norman conquest to Julia 
Ward Howe; an address delivered before 
the Phoebe Greene Ward chapter, 
D. A. R., 1920 noticed 320 

Mcintosh, Charles Fleming Brief abstracts of 
Norfolk County wills. 1710-1753 nolUed 
321 

Macy, Silvanus Jenkins, notice xxxiv 

Maine, persons bom in, who are recorded in 
the Florida census of 1850 45 

Maine, Province of, grant, 300th anniversary, 
1922, notice 315 

Marr, William Price Marr family, descend- 
ants of John E. of Kittery, Me., Law- 
rence of Pa., and Thomas noticed 242 

Marr genealogy, by W. P. Marr noticed 242 



Marvin, Sylvester S. and Mrs. M. E. Rumsey 
A portion of the war record of the 
Marvin family. 1775-1921 noliced 159 

Marvin genealogy, by S. S. Marvin and M. E. 
Rumsey noticed 159 

Massachusetts Court. General, acts and 
resolves. 1921 noticed 321 

Massachusetts, House of Representatives. 

journals. 1718-1720. vol. 2 noticed 82 

lawyers, early, their present influence in the 

life of the nation, address. 1921. by 

F. W. GrinneU noticed 321 

persons bom in, who are recorded in the 

Florida census of 1850 48 
Mather, Otis M. Six generations of La Rues 

and allied families noticed 81 
Mayflower Descendants. General Society, 

Cole's Hill Memorial, dedication. 1921 

noticed 161 
ninth general congress. Plymouth, Mass.. 

proceedings, 1921 noliced 161 
Mayflower, ship, compact, signers and list of 

passengers, anmversary celebration, by 

G. E. Bowman 1920 noticed 82 
Mellor, Rev. T. C. Sketch of the life of His 

Honor Judge Savary. M. A.. D. C. L.. 
dehvered before the Historical Associa- 
tion of Annapolis Royal. 1922 noticed 
321 

Mellowea genealogical notice, descendants of 
Abraham 198 

Moriarty, George Andrews. Jr. Ancestry of 
Dr. John Clarke of Newport. R. I. 
noticed 8 1 
Genealogical research in England 278 
The origin of the Giffords of Twyford 

noticed 242 
Report of the Committee on English 
Research xv 

Morrell genealogy, descendants of John, in 
preparation 158 

Morris, Seymour, notice Ixxix 

Mothers of the Revolution, memorial to. 
unveiling, 1921 noticed 162 

Munroe, Henry Smith Ancestiv of Henry 
Boynton Smith, Frederick Southgate 
Smith, and Horatio Southgate Smith, 
pt. 1 noticed 320 

Munroe, Henry Smith and A. D.Smith Ances- 
try of Henry Boynton Smith, Frederick 
Southgate Smith and Horatio Southgate 
Smith, pt. 2 noticed 320 

Murray genealogy, descendants of Jonathan in 
preparation 158 

National Society of Daughters of Founders and 

Patriots of America. Lineage Book, vol. 

10, 1921 noticed 161 
National Society of the Sons of the American 

Revolution, official bulletins, vol. 16. 

no. 1 noticed 82; vol. 16, nos. 2 and 3 

noticed 161 
National Society United States Daughters of 

1812, News-Letter, vol. 3, nos. 3, 4. 5. 6. 

7. 8. 1920-1921 noticed 161 
Nebraska State Historical Society, history and 

record of pioneer days. 1919 and 1920 

noticed 161 
New England, expansion of, historical sketch 

301 
passengers for. 1635-1637. lists, by E. 
1 Putnam noticed 82 
New England Historic Genealogical Society, 

Charter and enabling acts xcii 



Index of Subjects 



New England, etc., cont'd 

Committee on Collection of Records, report 

for 1921 xvi 
Committee on English Research, report for 

1921 XV 
Committee on Epitaphs, report for 1921 

Committee on Finance, report for 1921 xiii 
Committee on Heraldry, report for 1921 xvi 
Committee on Increase of Membership, 

report for 1921 xiv 
Committee on the Library, report for 1921 

Committee on Papers and Essays, report for 

1921 xvii 
Committee on Publications, report for 1921 

Committee on Sale of Publications, report 
for 1921 XV 

Committee on Ways and Means, report for 
1921 xiv 

Committee to Assist the Historian, report 
for 1921 XV 

Corresponding Secretary, report for 1921 xx 

Council, report for 1921 xiii 

Historian, repwrt for 1921 xxviii 

Lib;-arian, report for 1921 xix 

Lincoln Memorial Tablet, exercises at unveil- 
ing. May. 1922 163 

Memoirs. 1902, 1909, 1911, 1912. 1914. 1915, 
1918. 1919. 1920. 1921 xxiiii 

Necrology for 1921 xxviii 

officers and committees for 1922 v 

proceedings, 1921-1&22 76; 1922 154 240 

Special Committee on Endowment and 

Members, report for 1921 xviii 
Special Committee on Mural Memorials, 

report for 1921 xviii 
Special Committee on Rolls of Membership, 

report for 1921 xix 
Treasurer, report for 1921 xxiii 
New England Society in the City of New York. 

116th anniversary, proceedings noticed 

161 
New Englanders in Florida census of 1850 44 
New Hampshire, persons bom in. who are 

recorded in the Florida census of 1850 

47 
New Haven -Genealogical Magazine, no. 1, 

July, 1922 noticed 322 
New York State Historical Association , 

journal, vol. 2, no. 3, July, 1921 noticed 

161 
New York Times, history, 1851-1921, by E. 

Davis noticed 82 
Newell, Ebenezer, notice 157 
Newport Historical Society, bulletins. 35, 36. 

37. and 38 noticed 161 
Niagara Falls, anthology and bibliography, by 

C. M. Dow, vols. 1 and 2 noticed 160 
Nichols, Willard Atherton, notice Ixxiv 
Norfolk County, Va.. wills, 1710-1753. by 

C. F. Mcintosh noticed 321 
North, Dexter John North of Farmington. 

Conn.; and his descendants with a short 

account of other early North families 

noticed 242 
North genealogy, descendants of John, by D. 

North noticed 242 
Norton, Thomas Herbert, autobiography 

noticed 1 59 



The Order of Colonial Lorda of Manors in 
America, New York branch, Mayhew 
Manor of Tisbury, address prepared 
for, by I. M. Wightman and C. E. 
Banks, 1921 noticed 160 



The Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in 

America. New York branch. The 
Tangier Smith Manor of St. George, 
address, by H. Duffield 1921 noticed 160 

The Palimpsest, vols. 1 and 2, published 
monthly by The State Historical 
Society of Iowa noticed 160 
Pftrk, Rev. Dr. Charles Edwards, address at 
unveiling of Lincoln Memorial Tablet, 
May, 1922 164 
Park genealogy, ancestry and descendants of 
Cyrenius. vol. 3, pt. 3 noticed 242 
genealogy, vol. 3, pt. 1 noticed 242 
genealogy, vol. 3, pts. 4 and 5, by F. S. 
Parks noticed 319 
Parker, J. Fred Manual with rtiles and orders 
for the use of the General Assembly of 
the State of R. I., 1921-1922 noticed 
159 
Parkinson, John, notice xxxviii 
Parks, Frank Sylvester Park genealogy, vol. 3, 
pt. 4. Parke families of Conn., additions 
and corrections noticed 319 
Park genealogy, vol. 3, pt. 5. Ancestry of 
Halsey Park of Walpole, Can. noticed 
319 
Parmenter, James Parker Report of the 

Committee on Publications xv 
Peirce. see Pierce 
Penhallow, Charles Sherburne, memoir with 

portrait and autograph 243 
PERKINS and variants 
Perkins, Francis, will 1636 226 

ifrs. Frank Elmer Genealogical research in 

England 223 
George, administration of estate, 1586 226 
Henry Esban A new edition of the record of 
the family of Roswell Smith and Steel 
Smith of Farmington, Conn., Windsor, 
Vt. noticed 320 
Katharine, will 1627 225 
Robert, will 1565 224 

Thomas, administration of estate, 1693 226 
Thomas, will 1622 225 
Thomas, will 1637 226 
Rev. William. English ancestry 228 
WUliam. will 1657 227 
Pkrjcyns, Alice, will 1566 224 
John, will 1541 223 
Nicholas, will 1566 224 
Pkyrekyns. William, will 1560 223 
Perkins baptisms and burials from English 
parish registers 227 
genealogy, descendants of John of Salford 
Priors, CO. Warwick, Eng. 229 
Philipstown, N. Y., Mothers of the Revolution, 
memorial to, unveiling, 1921 noticed 
162 
Phillips, Philip Lee A list of geographical 
atlases in the Library of Congress 
noticed 82 
PIERCE and variants 
Pierce. John of Stow, Mass., note 222 
Pkirck. Capt. Nathan, letter to Jamej 
Barker, 1776 156 
Capt. Nathan, roll of company at the siege 
of Quebec, 1776 155 
Place, Rev. Enoch, record of marriages, 1813 

-1864 27 
Plumley, Sarah, letter from Edward Shippen 
concerning visit to home of his grand- 
mother. Elizabeth Burroughs, 1725, 
extract 79 



Index of Subjects 



Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, his- 
tory and proceedings, 1912-1920. vol. 6 
noticed 161 
Porter, Hon. Henry Kirke, notice liv 
Porteus, Rev. Thomas Cruddas Capt. Myle^ 
Standish: his lost lands and Lancashire 
connections. A new investigation 
noticed 159 
Portraits of Founders, vol. 3 in preparation 80 
Portfimouth. N. H.. soldiers' memorial, by 

J. Foster noticed l60 
Preble genealo^-, descendants of Abraham, in 

preparation 318 
Presbrey, Oliver Stetson, notice xlviii 
Proctor, Henry Harrison, notice Ivi 
Putnam^ Eben Genealogical research in 
England 54 
Two early passenger lists. 1635-1637 
noticed 82 

Quayle, AUxandros Jack Ancestral lineage of 
the mother of .Mexandros J. Qxiayle. and 
his sisters, Papie Lee Quayle. and 
Maud C. Quayle. and brother, James 
Quayle noticed 81 

Quebec, siege. 1776, Capt. Nathan Peirce's 
Company, account 155 

Quincy, Mary Perkins, notice Ixiv 

RAndaU. Mrs. Mary {Stickney) Report of the 

Committee on the Library xvi 
Randolph, Coleman "The old house on the 

hill ; a brief historical sketch issued as 

a souvenir noticed 242 
Raskob*Green record book, by J. J. Raskob 

noticed 319 
Riiskob, John Jakob Raskob-Green record 

book noticed 319 
Raymond. Mrs. Helena Augusta (Cox), note 

xliii 
Reade Record, no. 13, 1920 noticed 159 
Reynolds meeting of family, 1921, report, by 

A. C. Rippier noticed 319 
Rhode Island, manual, 1921-1922. by J. F- 

Parker noticed 159 
persons born in, who are recorded in the 

Florida census of 1850 51 
Rhode Island Historical Society Collectionst 

vol. 14. 1921 noticed 161 
Rich, George Genealogy. Ancestors and 

descendants of John Sanders, Fort 

Covington, N. Y. noticed 320 
Richardson, William Streeter Rejwrt of the 

Committee on Ways and Means xiv 
Rippier, Mrs. Anna C. The Reynolds Family 

Association of America, 1892-1921. 

Thirtieth annual report noticed 319 
Robbins, Frank Egleston Ancestral record of 

Frank Egleston Robbins and Edith May 

Robbins, children of Ella Josephine 

Egleston and Joseph Gibbs Robbins 

noticed 320 



Robinson genealogy, descendants of William, 

in preparation 318 
Rogers, M rs. Elizabeth Putnam (Peabody) . 

notice Ixxxv 
Roosevelt, Hon. Theodore, record of family 

217 
Rosenberger, Jesse Leonard Through three 

centuries, Colver and Rosenberger lives 

and times, 1620-1922 noticed 242 



Rowe genealogy, descendants of John, in 

preparation 15S 
Rowland, Mrs. Dunbar History of Hinds 

County. Miss., 1821-1922 noticed 321 
Rowland genealogy, descendants of Henry, in 

preparation 81 
Royal Society of Canada, proceedings and 

transactions, series 3. vols. 14 and 15 

noticed 322 
Rumsey, Mrs. Mary E. and 5. S. Marvin A 

portion of the war record of the Marvin 

family, 1775-1921 noticed 159 



St. George, Tangier Smith manor of, address 
delivered at the 8th annual meeting of 
the N. Y. branch of The Order of 
Colonial Lords of Manors in America, 
by H. Duffield noticed 160 

Salisbury, Eton Galusha Salisburian. A gen- 
ealogical magazine, vol. 1, no. 6 noticed 
159 

Salisbory genealogy, in Salisburian, vol. 1, 
no. 6. by E. G. Sahsbury noticed 159 

Sanborn, Victor Channing, notice xlvi 



SargenL Winthrop Early Sargents of New 

England noticed 320 
Sargent genealogy, by W. Sargent noticed 320 



Schaw, Janet, journal, 1774-1776, edited by 
Evangeline Walker Andrews and Charles 
McLean Andrews noticed 321 

Seavey, Fred Hannibal, note xxxvi 

Shepard, Charles Richard Bowen's descend- 
ants to the 5th generation noticed 158 

ShermsJi genealogy, descendants of William, 
in preparation 318 

Shippen, Edward, letter to Sarah Plumley con- 
cerning visit to home of his grandmother, 
Elizabeth Burroughs, 1725. extract 79 

Slocum, Dr. Charles EHhu, notice xxxvii 

Smith, Alice Durant and H. S. Munroe Ances- 
try of Heno' Boynton Smith. Frederick 
Southgate Smith and Horatio Southgate 
Smith, pt. 2 noticed 220 
Mrs. A nnif Morrill Ancestors of Henry 
Montgomery Smith and Catherine 
Forshee and their descendants to the 
present time noticed 320 

Smith genealogy, ancestors of Henry Mont- 
gomery Smith and Catherine Forshee 
by A. M. Smith noticed 320 
genealogy, ancestry of Henry B., Frederick 
S., and Horatio S., by H. S. Munroe, 
pt. 1 noticed 320 
genealogy, ancestry of Henry B., Frederick 
S., and Horatio S., by H. S. Munroe and 
A. D. Smith, pt. 2 noticed 320 
genealogy, ancestry of Samuel and Moses F., 
of Barre. Mass.. by A. H. Bassett 
noticed 320 
genealogy, descendants of Roswell and Steel 
of Conn, and Vt., by H. E. Perkins 
noticed 320 

Society for the Preservation of New England 
Antiquities, bulletibs, Old-Time Ne w 
England, vol. 11, July. 1920-April. 
1921 noticed 161 

Society of Colonial Wars, California, histo- 
rian's report, 1921 noticed 322 



Index of Subjects 



9 



Society of Colonial Wars. New York, war 

register. 1917-1918 noticed 161 
Society of Colonial Wars. New York, yearbook. 

1920-1921 noticed 82 
Society of the Daughters of the American 

Revolution, Remembrance Book, Jan., 

1922 noticed 322 
Society of the Sons of the American Revolu- 
tion, Kentucky, official bulletin, Aug. 1, 

1921 noticed 161 
Society of the Sons of the American Revolu' 

tion, Louisiana, yearbook, 1919-1920 

noticed 161; 1921 nolUed 162 
Society of the Sons of the American Revolu* 

tion, Rhode Island, manual, 1910-1920 

noticed 162 
Society of .Sons of *he Revolution, New York, 

addresses, by Albert J. Beveridge, Feb. 

22, 1921 noticed 162 
Society of Sons of the Revolution. Pennsyl- 
vania, proceedings, 1920-1921 noticed 

162 
Sons of the American Revolution, see Society 

of the Sons of the Americin Revolution 
Sons of the Revolution, see Society of Sons of 

the Revolution 
Soule genealogy, descendant*; of Joseph of 

Fairfield. Vt. 85 
Standish, Dr. Myies Report of the Committee 

on Increase of Membership xiv 
Standi.'ih genealogy, by T. C. Porteus noticed 

159 
Stanley, Frank Forrester notice l.Tvii 
Stapleton, Harriet R. Bushrod Washington 

James. M.D.; a biography noticed 242 
SteamB, Mrs. Abby Catherine (Lewis), notice 

Albert Henry, notice Ixiii 
Stewart, George Sawin Records of the First 

Church of WeUs. Me. 102 178 247 
Stone, William Eben. memoir with portrait and 

autograph 83 
Stowell, mUiam Henry Harrison Stowell 

genealogy, a record of the descendants 

of Samuel noticed 320 
Slowell genealogy, descendants of Samuel of 

Hingham. Mass., by W. H. H. StoweU 

noticed 320 
Strafiford, N. H., marriages, 1813-1S64 27 
Studebaker, Mrs. Mary Jane (Stull), notice 

Surry, N. H., history, in preparation 158 
Swayne, Norman Walton The descendants of 

Francis Swayne and others noticed 320 
Swayne genealogy, by N. W. Swayne noticed 

320 
Swift genealogy, descendants of Thomas, in 

preparation 318 



Taylor, Gen. Charles Henry, notice Ixv 
Tedcastle, Mrs. .\gres BeviUe (V aushan) 

Report of the Council xiii 
Thompson, Robert, will 1642 237 
Tirrell genealogy, by A. J. Ouaylc noticed 81 
Tisbury. Mayhew manor of. address prepared 

tor the N. Y. branch of The Order of 

Colonial Lords of Manors in America. 

hv I. M. Wightman and C. E. Banks 

noticed !G0 
Tomson, William, answer to petition of William 

Butter, ICOl 292 



Tower Genealogical Society, reports, lOlO* 

1920, 1921 noticed 320 
Trasedale family records 312 
Tucker, George, will 1628 235 
George, will 1618 236 
Rufus Stickney The expansion of New 
England 301 
Tucker-Darell 232 
Tucker genealogical notes on family of Miltoa 

next Gravesend, co. Kent, Eng. 232 
Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical 
Magazine, vol. 2, no. 4, 1921 noticed 
162 



Uaderwood, Henry Oliver, notice Ixxv 
University of Illinois Studies in the Social 

Sciences, vol. 7, nos. 3-4; vol. 8, nos. 1-4; 

vol. 9. nos. 1-2 noticed 82; vol. 9, no. 3 

noticed 162 
University of Michigan, Class of 1870, history, 

edited by Charles S. Carter noticed 82 



Vermont, persons bom in. who are recorded in 
the Florida census of 1850 48 

Vermont Historical Society, proceedings. 1919- 
1920 noticed 162 

Verplanck, William Edward The site of the 
Assay office on Wall St.. an illustrated 
historical sketch of the successive public 
buildings and men in public life con- 
nected with the site: interspersed with 
some family history noticed 320 

Verplanck genealogy, by W. E. Verplanck 
noticed 320 

Vineland. N. J.. First Congregational Unitarian 
church, historical sketch and list of 
members noticed 82 

Vineland Historical Magazine, vols. 5 and 6 
noticed 162 



Walton, Mrs. Mary P.. and Emma L. Inscrip- 
tions in the Muddy Brook Cemetery. 
Great Barrington. Mass. 174 

Ward genealogy, by G. McClurg noticed 320 

Warren, Cornelia, notice Ixii 

Warwick, R. I., records of the Court of Trials. 
1659-1674. by H. Capwell noticed 322 

Watkins, Walter Kendall Report of the Com- 
mittee on Collection of Records ivi 

Weathersfield. Vt.. history, by E. W. Butter- 
field noticed 160 

Webster genealogy, descendants of John, by 
E. J. (LawTence) Baker noticed 159 

WEEDEN and variants 

Weeden, Jane, wiU 1G37 117 

Wedon, Ralph, will 1618 116 
Richard, will 1559 115 
Thomas, will 1561 115 

Weedon, Eliiabeth, will 1638 117 
James, will 1572 115 
John. wiU 1589 116 
Richard, will 1595 116 

Weeden baptisms, marriages, and burials from 
parish registers of-Chesham. co. Bucks. 
Eng., 1538-1660 117 
genealogy, descendants of Robert 126 

Wellman, Arthur Hotbrooi George Lambert 
Gould 3 

Wells. Me., First Church records 102 173 247 

WendeU, Barrett, memoir I 



Index of Sxibjeds 



Weston, Roba-t Dickson Address at unveiling 
of Lincoln Memorial Tablet, May. 1922 
163 
Report of the Committee on Heraldry 



Wightman, Ida M. and C. E. Banks The 
Mayhew Manor of Tisbury. address 
prepared for the New York branch of 
The Order of Colonial Lords of Manors 
in America noticed 160 

Wilkei, Jane, notice Ixxiii 



WUliams, Milton Franklin The 'Williams his- 
tory', tracingthe descendants in America 
of Robert Williams of Ruthin. North 
Wales, who settled in Carteret Co., 
N. C. in 1763 noliced 320 

Williams family, descendants of Robert of 
Ruthin. North Wales, by M. F. Williams 
noticed 320 

Williams College, general catalotrue of non- 
graduates. 1799-1920 noliced 82 

Wilson, Everett, notice lix 



Withington, Frederic Scherer Henry Withing- 
ton of Dorchester. Mass., and some of 
his descendants 6 



WooU, Dorothy, will 1637 79 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Note. — Roman numerals refer to the pages of the Supplement. 



ABBOT Abbott 

Abiel Irix 

Caroline Ann Ixix 

Ethel Ivii 

Ezra Ixix 

Florence Hale zxxi Ixix 

Georpe liii 

Ham3 Ixix 

John 45 Ixii 

Rebecca Uix 

Robert Bradley (Mrs.) ixi 

Winnie xxi 
ABEL Abell 

Elizabeth 224 

Lorenzo 267 
ABERCROMBfE BoUirig 
Greenleaf (Mrs.) ixi 

Margaret xxi 
ABBRGAVENNY — Lady 23S 
ABRAHM Henry 225 
ADAMS 110 

— Mr. 270 

Anne H. 45 47 48 

Arthur 214 

Charles C. 45 47 48 

Edward 48 

Fanny Cadwallader 214 

Ida Mabel Ixxiv 

John 321 

John Ouincy 214 

Joshua 110 179 185 191 

Lucy 179 

Margery 214 

Mary 186 270 

Richard 186 

Ruth 110 179 185 258 

Samuel 45 48 219 
ADDING Anna 15 
ADEE John 148 

Sarah 146 

William 146 
ADRIAN Nicholas 66 

Sibvl 66 
AGASSIZ C^cfle 209 

Ida 209 

i Rodolphe 209 



aulii 



• 211 



AKERMAN Joseph A. 30 

Sarah 30 
AKINS John 28 

Rebecca 28 
ALBRECHT Augusta 274 
ALBREE John 154 
ALBRO Ann 263 
ALCOCK Elizabeth 257 
ALDEN Ichabod 314 

John 24 170 idviii Ixxx 

Priscilla xlviii 

Sarah Coleman 217 
ALDERMAN EUen Jane 2 
ALDERTON J. 281 
ALDRICH Abigail 167 

William Truman 167 \ii 
ALEXANDER Eleanor Bu 
217 

John 278 

Sophronia 278 
ALGER EmeUne 272 

VOL. LXXVI. 



ALLEN AlUng 
— —105 107 180 

— Mr. 131 

— Mrs. 48 
AbigaU 133 
Bertha nx 
Betsey 143 149 
Bridget 185 187 
Candance 320 
Darius 51 

David 131 143 144 171 

Deborah 187 

Ebenezer 131 133 

Elijah 111 180 257 

Elisha 105 107 110 111 185 

Elizabeth 101 102 180 

Ephraim 144 

Eugene Yorke (Mrs.) Uxxii 

Fitch 149 

Frederick W. 163 164 

George 27 

Gideon 131 

Hannah 194 

James 107 187 

Jane 307 

John 131 

Joseph 102 

Katharine 110 111 185 259 

Lois Faber Ixxxii 

Mary 16 27 

Norman 267 

Rachel 102 131 

Rowland 131 

Samuel 105 149 153 171 

Sarah 27 130 190 

Thomas 27 307 321 

Thomas Sir 307 

Van Wagenen (Mrs.) ii 

Watrous 149 153 

William 149 
ALLERTON Isaac Uivi 

Mary xlv 
Ailing set Allen 
ALLTON Andrew 276 

Josephine A. 276 
AMARY Richard 225 
AMES CaroUne Lee 21S 

Daniel H. 47 62 

Elise Alger 218 

Mary E. 52 

Oliver 218 

Susannah 8 
AMMIDOWN Harry Frank xxi 

Holmes ivii 
AMOUNT Robert 50 
ANDERSON Mary 273 

Tena 274 
ANDREWS Andrew Andros 
Andruss 

171 

Betty 171 

Charles McLean 321 

Ephraim 136 152 

Evangeline Walker 321 

Frank De Wette 82 242 322 

George Henry 318 

J. W. 47 



ANDREWS cont'd 

John 110 

John Albion 211 2i; 

Jonathan 143 

Julia Ann 318 

Sarah 110 143 260 
ANGELL Bennet 65 

Israel 158 

Margery 65 



Mi. 



i65 



Thomas 65 
ANGUS Thomas 45 
ANNABLE Betsey 266 

Fernando C. 266 
ANNE Elizabeth 121 
ANNIS Abigail 179 

Abraham 112 185 260 

Charles 105 192 

Dolly 180 



Eun 



187 



Joanna 102 105 180 257 

Johanna 179 

Joseph 102 

Lois 179 

Mary 192 

Molly 186 

Nehemiah 102 105 179 180 

257 
Sally 186 
Sarah 112 186 
Stephen 179 195 



Thii 



187 



ANSELL PriscilU 62 73 

William 62 73 
ANTHONY James C. 267 

Martha Ann 267 
APERNATHA Abigail 132 

APPERT Nicholas liotvi 
APPLETON David 204 

John 204 

William Sumner 169 243 



1 20 

ARCHIBALD Alice 96 
ARLIN Arlen 

Anne 30 

Benjamin 31 

Betsey 29 

Daniel 30 

Sally 31 

Sophia 30 
ARMSTRONG Ezra 265 

Isaac 133 

Keturah 132 

Matthew C. In 



Oli' 



133 



Thomas 132 133 
ARNOLD Benedict 80 156 

Margaret 80 

Sarah Louise xvii 
ARSIC Aubrey 298 

Manasseh 298 



Index of Persons 



ASTITOR Chester A]an Uuii 
ASHBY Anthony 122 
ASHTON— Mr. 227 
ASPENWALL Ann 270 

William 270 
ASTON Edward Sir 309 
Frances 309 311 
John 309 
Maud 309 
At Combe see Coombs 
ATHERTON Sarah Ann lixiv 
ATKINS Atkyn 
Agnes 125 
Henry 201 
Mary Jane Uvii 
WiUmm 125 
ATKINSON AbigaU 244 
Helen 198 
Mary 123 
Ralph 123 
Theodore 244 
Wilmer 321 
Atkyn see Atkins 
At Stone see Stone 
Att Stone see Stone 
At Wodde see Wood 
ATWOOD Abigail 174 
Albert 174 
Amy 174 
Clarence 174 
Elvira Georgia xxii 
Hannah 174 
Hezekiah 174 
Julia 174 
Levi 174 
Luther vi 
Phineas 174 
Solona 174 
ADCHINCLOSS Charles 
Crooke 212 
Rosamond 212 
AUCHMUTY Robert 219 
AUSTIN Clyda Mae 100 
Deborah 205 
George 100 
James Buchanan 170 
Luna 100 
Richard 205 
Walter 77 ni 
AVERELL Averiel 
EUjah 3 
Hannah 269 
Isaac 3 
Mary 3 
AVERY Albert L. 52 
Amanda 174 
Hannah 177 
Isaac 174 
M. B. 52 
Melinda 174 
Miles 174 
Owen M. 52 
AVIS Samuel 220 221 222 

AXSTELL Agnes 122 

Henry 122 
AYER Avers Ayres Ayrs 

Abigail 180 

Ann 277 

Betsey 32 

Charles Hamilton Ixxxii 

Henry S. 277 

John 102 

Joshua 102 180 



Ma 



1 32 



Mark 32 
Mary 32 
Mehitable 180 
Melissa 264 
Phebe Clarissa liv 
Sarah 102 180 258 

BABE Abigail 30 40 
Abigail P. 33 



BABB confd 

Ann 35 

Asahel 37 

Benjamin F. 34 

Deborah 31 

Isaac 33 

Joseph T. 33 40 

Lucinda 33 

Lydia 37 

Mary 31 34 

Miriam 29 

Nancy 29 

Sally 28 

Sarah Jane 41 

Thomas 40 
BABBIT Charlotte 272 

John 272 
BABCOCK Electa A. 272 

Martha 209 
Bachiler see Batchelder 
Bachilor see Batchelder 
BACKE Robert 56 
BACKXER Richard 288 
BACKXEY— Mrs. 309 
BACKUS— Mr. 141 
BACON Artimesha 272 

Francis Ui 
Jerome 272 
BACOT Annie B. lixxv 

Eleanor Carter Ixxxv 

Elizabeth Coley Ixxiv 

Jacquine Ixxxiii 

John Vacher xxix Ixxxiii 



iv li 



Katharine Ixxxv 

Mary Ixxxiii 

Mary Eugenia Ixxxiii 

Peter Ixxxiii 

Pierre 170 Ixxxiii Ixxxiv 

Richard Wainwright Ixxxv 

Robert Cochran Ixxxiii 

Thomas Wright xx Ixxxiii 
BADGER Joseph 29 

Mary 29 
BAGENHALL Mary 309 
BAGLEY Mary T. 32 

William 32 
BAIL Elizabeth A. 275 

Hamilton P. 275 
BAILEY Bayley 

AtUda 263 

Frank W. xvii 

HoUis Russell ix xxi 

John B. 275 

Mary A. 275 

Mary Rosamond 92 

Moses 263 
BAKER Arnold 100 

Bertha xi 

Blanche Vivian 100 

Bruce 100 

C. H. (Mrs.) 81 

Calno 92 

Clara M. 92 

Clarence 92 

Edith June 159 242 

George Peirce 1 

Harry A 100 

Howard XX 

Ida Marion v vi 

Increase 267 

James W. 41 

John 3 

Julia Ann 267 

Mary E. 41 

Mary Lottie 23 

Sally Miranda 92 

Thomas 100 
BALCH Francis Noyes ixviii 

Franklin Greene Ixi 

Lucy Rockwell Ixi 
BALCOLM Balckom Bolckom 

Abi R. 275 

John E. 268 



BALCOLM cont'd 

Rhoda 258 

Sarah Ann 275 

Willi:.m A. 275 
BALDnCK(E) Anthony 238 

240 
BALDWIN Clarissa 10 

Elisha 143 

Henry 317 

Irene E. 19 

James 151 

Jesse 173 

Lorinda 173 

M. H. 273 

Mary Catherine xlii 

PoUy 143 

Sarah 136 

Sarah Rodman xi 

Silas 136 137 

Sophia 10 

Sylvester 129 

Zuriel 137 
BALL Albert 277 

Anna 90 

Benjamin M. 276 

Cata 277 

Charles Henry 90 

Clara 90 

Cora D. 276 

Daisy 90 

~ rid 132 



Edw 



I 90 



EUzabeth 277 
Emily Hamilton 90 
Emily Soule 90 • 
Eunice 90 

Eimice Merrifield 90 
F. A. 48 
George 90 
George Douglas 90 
Harriet Helen 90 
Horace Weeks 90 
John 90 
Joseph 132 
Manette 90 
William 281 
BALLARD Miriam A. 270 271 

Wallace M. xx 
BALLERINI Eva Maria 214 

Felice Fortunate 214 

Mariana 214 
BALLOU Ezra B. 51 

Hosea SUrr 154 vii 
BALYES Humphrey 224 
BANCROFT Samuel 242 
BANGS Francis N. Ixxi 
BANKS— Mr. 131 

Charles Edward 160 

EUsabeth 190 

Elizabeth 131 

Nathaniel Prentiss Ixv 
BARBER Barbour 

Anne 226 

George 122 

Huldah 270 

Jane 122 

Lucius Barnes viii 

Nathan 266 

Phebe 270 
BARCLAY George 268 

Mary 268 
Barett see Barrett 
BARKER E. Frye 81 

Eliza Tyler ic 

Elizabeth Hazzard 209 

George 267 

iames 156 157 
eannette Barber 209 
ohn34 
Sarah B. 34 
Thomas 284 
Wealthy 267 
WUliam 209 



BARLOW Barley 
Albert Soule 89 
Benjamin 146 
Clarence Hiram 89 
Ebenezer 89 93 
Edward Putnam 89 
Elizabeth Ann 89 
EUen Augusta 89 
Eloise E. 93 
Florence Marian 89 
Hiram 89 93 
Joseph 146 
Manon 89 
Orissa 89 93 
Sappho Elvira 89 93 
BARNARD Ed. 48 
John 199 
Marv 170 
BARNES Anne 235 
Clara Augusta 87 99 
Comfort 95 
David 271 
Edna 91 
EU«y91 

Maiy 87 

Mary Aim 98 271 
Mary Elizabeth 95 
Merritt 87 98 
Norris 265 
Sophia 95 

Thomas 224 .„^„ , . 
BARNES alias BARON John 

290 291 „ „,, 

BARNEY Cheney G. 274 
Deett 274 
Frances 273 
Grace 96 
Ida 277 

Robert 273 277 
Sarah L. 273 „^ , ^ 

BARON alias BARNES John 

290 291 
BARR Allen 93 
Densey 263 
Eliza 266 
James 263 
John C. 268 
Martha 93 

BARSLL'innE.270 271274 

Aurillia 266 270 
Colbum 262 
George 262 
George Morton 262 
Harvey B. M. 268 
John 202 

Mary P. 276 277 278 
Melissa C. 269 

nST 252 263 254 272 273 

274 275 276 277 278 
O. Esther 268 
Olive E. 266 ■ 
Olive Esther 269 
William 262 
BARRETT Barett 
John 61 62 73 
Mary 61 73 
Mary Bertodi 1 
Nathaniel Augustus I 
Sally 1 

Sarah 61 62 73 
BARRONS Abraham 105 107 
110 181 185 
Anna 181 

EUsha Butland 110 
Jonathan 105 

Martha 185 ^ ,„, ,„. 

Mercy 105 107 110 181 185 
Samuel 107 
BARROWS Barrow 
Dorothea 17 
Mary Dewey 17 



LTtoLOMEW Anna 



Index of Persons 

BARROWS cont'd 

Robert 79 

Walter Manning 17 
BARRY Charles Thomas IS 

Dorothy 38 

Edith Herman 18 

Elizabeth 18 141 

Elizabeth Anna 141 

Ezra T. 38 

M_- 
BART 

Retta 147 

ClTdil^^ 139 141 143 144 
145 147 149 

Jared 141 

Mary 139 

Sarah 144 
BARTISS Bartu 

Betty 153 

Charity 142 . 

Elizabeth Eumce 145 

John 138 139 141 142 144 
145 148 152 153 

Mary 141 144 

Mindwell 148 

Samuel 138 

Sarah 139 
BARTLETT Bartlet 

Augustus George Ixxxvu: 



BeSnda L. 19 
Caleb Clark 19 



Elizabeth French llo xv 

Elvira IrMviii 

Harriet A. Ixx 

Henry Ware Ixx 

Isabel Hazard Ijuutvm 

Toel In 

Joseph Gardner 79 83 l.T.«vin 

Joshua 193 

Mary Eliza IxMVU 

Mary Foster 169 

Mary Isabel Uuvm . . 

Matthew iMXvii Ixxxviu 

Nathaniel Uxivii 

Nelson Slater xm Ij^xx™ 

Ixxxviii 
Polly Ixixvii 
Priscillal94 
Ricliard Ixxxvu 
Sarah 19 Ixx .. 
Stephen Ixixvu 
BARTON Caleb 155 

George Hunt vil 

BASKANT Ida 277 

Napoleon 277 

Nelson 277 ^ ^ , „,o 
BASODXN Elizabeth Ann 27. 

Robert 272 
BASS Elizabeth xxivu 
BASSET Bassett Bassit 

AtaLhS 137 138 140 147 

150 152 153 
Anna 140 
Arthur Henry 320 
Beach 171 
Betty 153 
Harriet 271 
James 147 
Jonathan Miles 138 
Keriah 151 
I Lynda 153 
MUesl71173 
Samuel 137 147 150 151 
William 147 
BASTON Boston 

_ 110 185 189 248 249 

250 252 254 255 
Abigail 196 252 
Abner 250 
Abraham 250 254 
Amos 248 



BASTON cont'd 

^iu4 "90 247 248 254 

Darnel 250 

David 106 

Dorcas 185 

Ebenezer Preble 2« ,,„ ,., 

Eleanor 103 106 109 179 185 

194 258 
EUhu 114 ^ ,„ ,„, 

EUjah 103 106 109 179 185 

189 248 249 255 258 
Elisabeth 195 
EUzabeth 179 196 
Gershom 195 248 
Isaac 107 
Ivory 248 

James 1 14 190 193 247 248 254 
John 112 
Joseph 109 250 
Joshua 249 
Martha 187 
Mary 103 104 107 112 185 

187 254 255 
Mercy 188 188 260 
Nathaniel 192 
Obadiah 250 
Sarah 190 196 254 
Shubael 103 104 107 110 

112 185 187 248 252 
Susannah 189 256 
Thomas 257 
Thomas Patten 103 
William 188 188 196 247 249 
250 255 260 . ^ 
BATCHELDER Bachiler 
Bachilor 
Agnes 121 
Jane 29 
John 122 
Margarite 122 
Mark Daniel 318 
Nathaniel 29 
Richard 121 
Stephen xlvi 
Bate su Bates 
BATEMAN John 68 
BATES Bate 
Albert C. 26 
Alice 26 
1 Aime 26 

Benjamin 135 137 

Bettv 137 

Diaaemia 146 

Elihu 135 145 146 

Hannah 26 

James 26 

John 26 

Julius 6 

Katharine Lee Ixiil 

Margaret 26 

Mary 26 

Mary Ann 6 ^ , ,„ 

Newton Whitmarsh 159 

Samuel 26 

Sarah 6 135 

Stephen 267 



BATTER John 279 
BATTIS John 279 
BAXTER Charles Newcomb Ux 
DoUy Arm Ixx 
Emeline 266 _ ... . 
James Phinney 77 xm xiv xi 

xxix xc 
Louise Bartlett xxx Ixx 
Percival Proctor xi 
Thompson Ixx 
William A. 266 

Bayley su Bailey 

BAYNNYWG WilUam 279 
BEACH AbigaU B. 271 
Benajah 146 147 149 150 
Caroline M. 271 
Charles S. 271 



XCVl 

BEACH cont'd 
Hacmah 142 

iane20 
lary 147 
Melinda C. 271 
Naomi 141 
Olive M. 270 
Samuel 130 141 142 149 
Sarah 139 
BEAL Beale Heals 

119 

Boylston Adams vu 
Clara 87 
Clarissa 87 
Electa 91 92 
Eire 87 
Gridley 87 
Hannah 87 
Joseph 190 



Josep 
Lelia 



87 



I^wis Hamlen 87 

Maria E. 87 

Mary 119 nc 

PoUy 87 

Sarah EUiabeth xc 

Thomas xc 
BEAU Charles A. 241 
Bear set Beers 
BEARD Isaac 143 

Peletiah 143 
BEARDSLEY Mary Aim 91 

Samuel 91 j ooo 

BEAUCHAMP Andrew de 298 

EvL Je 298 300 
Bebees«Beebe 
BECKET Mary 101 
BECKHAM Constance Emily 

Daphne Constance Evelyn 18 
Thomas Graiton 18 
BEEBE Bebee 

146 

Hetta 11 
lerusha 263 
Joseph E. 11 
Julia Chittenden 11 
Martin 160 163 173 
PoUy 153 
Sally 171 

Waters 263 . 

BEECHER — Mr. Ixxii 
Henry Ward Ixxxi 

Uxxiii 
Mary Hawley xii 
BEEDE Everett Jefts vi 
BEERS Bear 

171 

John 152 170 173 
Lucy 173 
Myra 171 
Sarah lix 
BELCHER Jonathan.270 

Laura N. 270 
BELDEN — Capt. 133 
Adelia 25 
Henry Bennett 25 
Lillian Estelle 25 
Martha 133 
BELGRAVE Belgiaue 
Agnes 121 
Hugh 116 . 

■ John 116 121 
BELKNAP Jefferson 48 

M. P. 47 
BELL Adonijah 139 
Alexander 274 
David 48 
John 242 
Joseph 47 
Louis 242 
Lusena 263 
Margaret 266 
Mary E. 48 



Index of Persons 

BELL cont'd 
Simeon 139 
WiUiam286 
BELLOWS James N. 274 

Martha E. 274 
BELOMY Elizabeth 190 

Susannah 190 
BEMIS N. P. 48 
BENEDICT Abel 174 176 
Hannah 175 
Isaac 175 
Mary 175 
Benet see Bennett 
Benett see Bennett 
BEN HAM Esther 137 

Japhet 137 
BENNER Hiram 45 
BENNETT Benet Benett 
Charles 266 
Charles Eugene 11 
David D. 29 
Edith Delia 11 
Hannah 32 ^ 

HarrietU 11 
Jane 201 
John 224 247 
Joseph P. 32 
Lucy 270 
Maria 12 
Maria L. 216 
Mary 247 
Sarai T. 29 
William 201 
BENNTNGE James 117 

Thomas 117 
BENNTJM Japhet 139 
Sarah 139 , ^ 

BENSON Chanty A. 8 
BENTLEY Amos 269 
■ EUtabeth 123 
Lucy 273 
Mahala Aim 269 
Mary 273 
Richard 123 
William A. 273 
BENTON Martha 264 

Noah S. 264 
BENTS R. R. 48 
BERRY Abigail 35 37 39 
Alexander S. 37 
Andrew 38 
Belinda 37 
Benjamin T. 41 
Betsey 29 
Betsey D. 38 
David 38 
Eliza 45 
Elizabeth 29 
Ezra 29 
Fanny E. 44 
Frederick 20 
George 40 
George F. 212 
George H. 45 
Hannah 29 35 
John 32 

Josephine E. 45 
Judith 38 
Kendall L. 45 

Lowey 31 
Lydia 37 
Martha Jane 41 
Martha S. 44 
Mary 28 35 40 
Mary A. 44 212 
Mary Ann 212 
Nancy 38 
Nathanid 31 
Olive 38 
Olive Ida 19 
Paul 35 
Rachel 32 
Rebecca 28 



BERRY cont'd 
Richard 31 
Sally 28 31 40 43 
Stella May 20 
Thomas 43 
William 28 29 
Woodbury 31 
BESTON William 122 

Zacherie 122 
BETHTJNE Elizabeth Davidson 

209 
BETTEL Samuel 138 
BETTS Hiram R. 268 

Mercy Ann 268 
BEVERIDGE Albert J. 162 
BICKFORD Aaron 28 
Abby P. 41 
Hannah 35 
Jefferson 39 
Samuel 41 
Sophia M. 39 
1 Temperance 23 
BICKNELL Caroline 24 
BIDDLE Edward 218 
Emily 210 
Jane Josephine 216 
Lillian Howacd 216 
Lillian L. 218 ^ „ ,. 
BIGELOW Ehzabeth Perkins 

Henry Bryant 213 
Joseph Smith 213 
■Mary Cleveland 213 
Robert 62 
BILLINGHERST Judith 65 

Vincent 65 
BILLS Alice E. 176 
Caroline H. 175 
EU 175 

Harmony A. 176 
BINGHAM Alonzo Landon 
Ixxx 
Elijah Ixxx 
Homer Ixxx 
Joseph Ixxx . 

Laura Cornelia xxxi Ixxx 
Louisa Maria Ixll 
Mary Ixxx 
Thomas Ixxx 
Vine Ixxx 
BISBKE Cyrus 47 
BISHOP Bisshopp Busshopp 
Asher 267 
Benjamin 132 
Grace 279 
Joseph 132 
Mary 279 
Thomas 279 
BISSELS Abigail 133 

Zebulun 133 
Bisshopp see Bishop 
BISSON— Mrs. 162 
BIXBY— Mr. 272 
BLACK Daniel 191 
John 191 

Josiah 192 „^, ^ 
BLACKLEACH Hudson 140 
BLACKMAN Timothy 151 
BLAGUE liarriet 170 
Isaac 140 
Jeremiah 138 140 
Reuben 138 170 . 
BLAINE James GiUespie 

Ixxxiii 
BLAKE Ann Boylston 209 
Betty 138 
David 137 
Harold Niles 78 X).l 
Isaac 172 
Jeremiah 133 
Jerry 137 
Mary Lee 209 
Reuben 172 173 
Sally 173 



Index of Persons 



BLAKE cont'd 

Samuel Partman 209 
BLAKER Alfred 15 
Anna 15 

Eleanor Hibbs 15 
BLAKESLEE David 1J1 
EU 134 
Esther 132 
lonathao I3i 
iCeziah 131 
Matthew 132 133 
Moses 131 
Phebe 133 
Reuben 133 134 
Rufus 132 
SUas 134 
BU:R™HAM)EUza Cabot 208 

Francis 203 ' 

H. R.48 
Mary Ann 208 
BLATtIy Dwight (Mrs.) 78 
BLINN Blynn 

-Mr. 131 , ., ,, 
Frances Adelaide 11 
George W. W. 175 
Julia a: 175 
Lena Antoinette 11 
Mary 131 
Samuel Curtis 1 1 
V/illiam 175 
BUSS Abner 90 
Clara 90 

Eloise A. 90 , . ^n 
Eunice Hungerford 90 
Nell Colton 90 
OrviUe S. 90 
S. R. 51 52 54 
William 61 62 54 
BLODGET Blodgett 
John L. 48 82 
lulia 48 62 
Susan 263 
BLOOD C.H. 47 

Charlotte 47 
BLOODGOOD Helen fH 
BLOSSOM CaroUne 24 
G«trude Revere 24 
Irving Alden 24 
John Alden 24 
Robert Withington 24 
■William Alden 24 
BLUNT Eveline 245 
Blynn see Blinn 
BOARDMAN Bordman 
172 

l^i^w'^'2 312 313 ... 
Edwin Augustiu Uixvui 
Elizabeth 312 313 
Elvira Uiiviii 
Mary 313 
Nancy 172 
Ruth 312 
Sarah 312 313 
William 312 
BOCKISON Thomas 134 
Bocland "'.Boldand 
BODGE Bridget J. 40 

James 29 
BoSli^tJS Annek. Jans 242 
BOGART Ernest h. 162 
BOGGS John45 
BOHUW Eleanor de 311 
Elizabeth de 311 
Humphrey de Earl of HCTe- 
ford and Essex j« Hereford 
and Essex Earl of 
BOKLAND Bocland Boland 
Alan de 295 300 
Alice de 295 300 
Isabel de 295 301 
Bolckom see Balcolm 



XCVll 



1 30iJr:< ^n''^^ 

Nathaniel 100 

185 250 259 
l^;^nrJa^l09 1U 184 186 
ISS 189 2G0 
I William 109 251 
BOOTELL Harriet ys 

Josephus 98 
BOWDITCHCharle, Pickering 
' 198 XXX lix li Ixi 

Cornelia Ixi . , . 

ComeUa Livingston ixi 
Ebeneier Ix 
Edith lii 
George lix 
Habakkuk Ix 
Harold vi 
IngersoUlxi 
Tonn Ux „ ,. . 

Jonathan IngersoUUxlx 

Katharine Putnam Ixi 
Lucy Ome lix . 
Lucy Rockwell Ixi 
Michael lix 
Nathaniel li 
Sarah lix 
1 WilUam Ux Ix 
BOWEN Bowne 
Abigail 16 
^"".SSe^^nt^hoscophornia 

XXXV 

John xixv 
Nathan xxxv 
I Richard 158 
BOWES EUzabeth 209 

ig^^^iy&"e\mest82 



Madelaine 209 
BORST EUzabeth 8- 
BOSCO Emald de 301 

B<^rSBTf5^^281293 
Boston see Baston 
BOSTWICK. Dan 147 
Isaac 138 139 
Lucy 138 
Merinda 147 
Nathan 269 
Richard 139 
Botor see Butter 
Botour s« Butter 
BOUGHTON Jane H. 278 

W. 0.278 
BOULTER Royal 45 46 
BOURN Abigail 252 

Benjamin 102 103 104 lOo 
113183 184 185 195 250 
251 253 251 
Ebeneier 104 
Elisabeth 185 
Hannah 105 183 184 185 

Isa\^109 111186 18S189 249 

Jh?l^irilll93 267 

jS^p'^foHoS 109 113 186 

Kit^Ji?e%^?09 181 183 
■ 185 259 

\^^%2 103 104 195 
Mtryl07 108 109 113 181 186 

187 189 193 250 251 253 

259 251 
Mercy 185 
Nancy 186 



Bowne s« Bpwen 
BOX Annie Laune 10 

Washington xliv xlv 

John xliv ,, t 

BRADBENT— -— 235 , 
BRADFORD— Mr. 140 141 i*' 
Anna 141 
Cynthia 142 
Henrietta 140 
Simeon 141 

^i?SS?i7>viUlxxiilxxx 
BRADLEY Andrew 88 
' Charles Henry xxi 
Eunice 86 88 90 97 
Ormond 88 
Ruth 88 
bIaSsT^ET Amie 3 5 170 

Simon 3 5 170 
BRADWAY Abel 155 

BRAGDON- — .M' 

Anna 188 
Daniel .112 
Domimcus luo 

g^^riM 104 106 109 181 

183 186 258 
Hephzibah 184 
Jemima 183 
Jeremy 1C» , jog igl 

187 258 

Martha 181 187 
Mary 182 137 188 



Index of Persons 



BRAGDON cont'd 

Mehitable 105 112 182 183 
184 187 258 

Mercy 188 

Nahum 247 

Samuel 104 194 

Sarah 1S7 

Thomas 105 
BRAGG Alice 7 
BRAINARD Brainerd 

Caroline 264 

Lawrence 77 vi 

Lawrence (Mrs.) x 

Marion vii 

William Hungerford 77 
BRAMAIi Chester Alwyn xx 

Eliza A. 62 

Elmyra 264 

Erastus D. 52 

John D. 52 

Mary T. 52 
BRANCH Franklin 48 
BRAND Martha W. 274 
BRANT Francis 226 
BRARZWELL John 281 ' 
BRASSBRTDGE George W. 34 

Mary 34 
BRAUN Cedle 209 
BRAY Anne 309 

Elizabeth 309 

Giles Sir 309 
BRAYTON PhHip 271 
BRECK Edward xxi 

Robert 201 
BRESCHARD— Madam liiiv 
BREWSTER Frederick Foster 

XX 

George W. 39 

Nathaniel 41 

Phebe L. 39 

Sabrina 37 

SaUy 43 

Sally F. 34 

Sarah Jane 41 

WUliam 170 xl xlii 
BRIAN Elizabeth 122 

Julia 48 

Marc 122 
BRIDGES Bridge 

Anne Palfrey 215 

Emma 277 

Sarah 277 

William Dawson 76 xxi 
BRIGGS Leonard 16 

Lurena Mary 16 

Mary 16 



Lizzie A. 276 

RandaU W. 276 
BRIGHTMAN Latham 52 
BRIKELBANK Edward 284 
BRILL Albertine Gertrude 97 

Anna 97 

Doris Mary 97 

E. J. 322 

George 97 

George Washington 97 

Helen Susie 97 

Jennie 97 

John Gordon 97 

Mabel 97 

Milo Horace 97 

Natalie 97 
BRINGFIELD 236 

Elizabeth 236 
BRISSAC Frances Adelaide 11 
BRISTOL Asher 140 143 
' Israel 140 

Rachel 139 

Ruth 143 

Welthy 266 
BROCK Ann M. 43 



BROCK cont'd 
Betsey 33 
Betsey D. 38 
Daniel 36 
Drusilla 36 
Esther 38 
Hannah 35 44 
Harison 44 
Lizzie H. 43 
Martha J. 44 



OUv 



■ 44 



Sarah 36 

Tobias 43 
BROCKETT Brocket 

Bazaleel 133 

Job 133 

Joe 1132 133 

Samuel 132 

Sarah 133 
BRODIE Andrew 48 
BROMFIELD Eliza 66 
BRONK Mitchell 157 
BRONSON Branson 

Anna 133 

Edward Ixxi 

Jane EUza Ixxi 

Joseph 133 

Malcolm Ixxi 

Mary Ixxi 

Mary Eliza Ixxi 
BROOKS Eleanor 211 

Eunice xxxvi 

Gilbert 158 

Peter Chardon 211 

Sarah 211 

William 245 
BROWN Browne 

150 

—Miss 270 

Alexander Timothy xxi 

Alice 122 124 

Anne Martha 12 

Asaph 131 

BeUe Oilman 154 

Benjamin 148 

Charles 48 92 

Daniel 133 

Ebenezer 132 

Eliza 34 

Elizabeth 244 

Eunice H. 92 

George L. 47 

George W. 41 

Gershom 131 

Hannah 131 133 

Henry 51 

Isaac Brownell 319 

James 131 132 133 

Jeremiah 155 156 

John 285 286 288 

Joseph 133 

Joseph T. 277 

Levi 148 

Loiza36 

Lowey 31 

Lucretia H. 41 

Lynn Eugene xxi 

M. C. 47 

Martha 73 

Mary xli 

Mary Anne 91 

Mary Potter Brownell 319 

Michael 81 

Nathaniel 133 

Nicholas 32 

O. S. 48 

Rasselas Wilcox 319 

Richard 116 

Richard L. 81 

SaUy 31 32 

Samuel 34 36 

Sarah 133 

Sarah Ann 277 

Shubael 52 



BROWN cont'd 

Stephen 68 71 

Susannah 71 

Thomas 73 

William Bradford vii 
BRUCE EU 271 
BRUNDIDGE Daniel 270 
BRUNE Anne Henrietta 213 
Brunson see Bronson 
BRUSH Alonzo 88 

Caroline 88 

Electa 88 

Sophia 88 

Walter 88 
BRYANT Agata 48 

Ann 48 

Florence Adele xxi 

George Clarke (Mrs.) 

George L. 48 

Georgina Gardner 207 208 

Georgina Lee 207 

James W. 48 

John 207 208 

Julia 207 

Mary Anna 207 208 

Mary Cleaveland 207 213 

Rebecca K. 48 

William A. 48 
BRYSTOWE William 224 
BUCHANAN Buccannon 

James 277 

Jane 267 

NeUie 277 
BUCHER J. George 274 
BUCK Abigail R. 271 

Andrew 96 

Esther 96 

Jeanette 97 

Mahala Trowbridge 96 
BUCKHAM George Ixxi 
BUCKINGHAM Jared 137 

Machrina 137 
BUCKLEY Bulkeley Bulkley 

Abel 147 

Anna HUl 146 

Barzillai 146 

Edward 307 308 

Elizabeth 146 

Grace 307 308 309 311 

Jane 307 

Jonathan 146 

Joseph 146 

Josiah 147 

Olive 307 

Peter 307 308 309 311 Ixxv 
Ixxx 

WiUiam 146 
BUCKLIN WUliam 52 
BUCKMINSTER Eliza 206 

Joseph 206 

Joseph Stevens 206 

Sarah 206 
BUCKNER Margaret Ann 20 

Margaret Tully 20 

Samuel Owen 20 

Walker 20 

Zaidee Eddy 20 
BUDDINGTON Osias 52 
BUEL AbiMol 148 

Charles C. 34 

Fanny 34 

John 148 

Leonard 52 
BUFFUM Richard V. 48 
Bulkeley see Buckley 
BULKER Stephen 240 
Bulkley see Buckley 
BULL George 59 

Job 200 
■ Thomas 289 

Tbomasine 289 
BULLOCK BuUoch 

Alexander Hamilton Ixxxviii 



Index of Persons 



BULLOCK cont'd 

Eliiabeth M. Ixiii 

Elvira Ixxxviii 

George 48 52 

Isabel Hazard iMXvm 

I. Russell Ixxiii 

■Martha 217 
BUNCE James 61 71 



Sus 



Susannah 71 
BUNKER Betsey 37 
Ephraim 38 
Joseph 37 
May 94 
Olive 38 
Sanford 94 
BUNNELL Bunnel 

149 150 152 153 171 

172 
Abel 150 

Benjamin 137 142 
Charles 137 
Clark 147 
EU2a270 
Elizabeth 142 
Henry 269 270 
Isaac 147 
Ruth 142 
Sarah 153 
William 153 
Bviren van set Van Buren 
SURGE Josiah 263 
Patty 263 
Phebe 263 
BURGER Catherine 267 
BURGESS Albert 45 
Cornelia Eliza 275 
BURGOYNE John Ixv 
BURKE Burk Burks 
Henry Famham Sir xi 
Rachel 191 
Sarah 190 
BURLEIGH Burley 
Clarence A. xlvii 
Lucy 313 
BURNETT Edmund C. 159 
BURNEY Amelia 268 
BURNHAM Abigail 15 
Charlotte 91 
Ebenezer 91 
Edna 91 
EdsonQl 
Electa 91 92 
H. Miranda 92 
Hannah 31 
Harmon Soule 91 
Helen J. 91 
John 15 
Kate xxxix 

Mabel Gordon xx xxxji 
Maria Louisa xxxix 
Martha EUzabeth 91 
Mary Amelia 91 
Mary Kate HoUiday xnix 
Maude 91 
Myra D. 91 
Philander 91 92 
Sarah 15 
Thomas xxxix 
Thomas Winston n xix 

xxxix 

WiUiam H. Y. 31 

BURNS Shubael 45 

BURPEE Abigail 16 

AUce Gary 19 

E. Martin 16 

BURR Betsey 272 

Mary Porter 100 
BURRAGE Borage 
Elizabeth 281 
Frances 169 
Burrel see Burrill 
Burret see Burnt 
Burrett see Burrit 



BURRILL Burrel 
Ellen Mudge 160 
Eunice 139 
Samuel 140 
Sarah 203 
SibUah 137 

Itephin 136 137 138 139 140 
BUIUUT Burret Burrett 
Louisa A. 52 
Lucretia 149 
Robert C. 62 
Samuel 49 
Samuel D. 62 
Samuel L. 52 
William 138 149 
BURROUGHS Burrowe 
Christopher 287 
Elizabeth 79 80 
BURSLEY Louisa Green 218 
BURT AUred 264 
Barbara 96 
George 48 
Polly 264 

Ruth 96 . . ,„ 

BURTOFT L. Ada Judkins 169 
BURTON J. P. (Mrs.) xxmx 

Julia Ann 269 
BtTRWELL Harriet Ella 92 
BUSHNALL Abigge 62 

Anson 52 „ . . 

BUSK Frederick Wadsworth 
218 
Harriet Lee 218 
Bussel see Buzzell 
Bussell see Buzzell 
BUSSEY Ann Theresa Mary 

Magdalen 205 
Busshopp see Bishop 
BUTLAND Bethia 192 
Bets 253 

EUsha 104 108 258 
EUzabeth 194 
George 104 193 
Hannah 104 108 249 251 253 

255 258*261 
HepEzibah 105 181 258 
John 105 108 181 193 249 259 
Jonathan 249 251 253 255 

261 
Lydia 255 
Mary 194 256 
Samuel 103 193 
Tabitha 103 194 
BUTLER Alfred Trego xx 
Clare 123 
David 267 
Edward 123 
Eleanor 311 
Elizabeth 244 311 
James Earl of Ormonde see 

Ormonde Earl of 
Joan 282 
Peter 244 
BUTT Thomas 116 
BUTTER Botor Botour Buttor 
Buttour Buttur 

— Goodwife 282 294 

—Widow 290 

Agnes 279 293 

Afice 279 280 282 293 294 

Ann 279 281 282 293 

Anne 278 284 287 291 294 

295 
Avis 282 

Daniel 280 281 282 293 294 
Edith 282 294 
Edward 282 294 
Elizabeth 282 286 287 289 

293 294 
Faith 279 293 
Frances 279 282 294 
Grace 279 282 293 



BUTTER cont'd 
James 280 281 295 

]rn'2?9 281 282 2^ 284.287 

288 292 293 294 295 
Judith 282 294 
'Katharine 282 
Margaret 279 293 295 
, ; P _ o-m oat 5Sfi 2 



i:i^^n279'28T286 287 289 

292 293 294 

Marv 279 281 293 295 
Pi^^ 279 280 282 284 285 

m 287 288 289 290 291 292 

RiAarf ^79 280 281 285 287 

288 289 290 291 294 
Samuel 281 293 
??^S'27T280 281282 283 

M4 285 288 287 288 289 

290 291 292 293 

^U°l^^Sl9''2l0 281282 283 
284 285 286 287 288 289 
290 291292 293 294 
BUTTERFIELD Ernest W. 160 
Leon Clark 98 

Lillian Gertrude 98 

Marion 98 

William 62 
BUTTOLPH Jenny wu 
BUTTON Joanna 273 

John 57 

Walter 62 
Buttor see Butter 
Buttour see Butter 
BUTTRICK Martha Anne ^l.i 
Buttur see Butter 
BUZZELL Bussel BusseU Buze 

108 110 181 188 252 

Aaron 32 

AbigaU 252 

Alice 229 

Bridget 187 

David 32 

Ebenezer 34 

Elijah Allen 112 

Elizabeth 253 

Ezekiel 112 183 184 186 187 
248 249 263 259 .~; 

Ha^Lh 104 112 If 1»* 189 
187 248 249 253 259 

Hannah E. 32 

ui"clM107 108 110 181188 

257 258 
Isabella 253 
John 108 

i°^t^nl3:il3 187.260 

lone 224 

Jotbam 249 

Levi 30 

Lois 32 

Lydia 29 30 34 

Martha 181 

Mary 181 184 

Matthew 110 

Moses 104 

Phebe 31 

PoUy 33 

Samuel 248 

Samuel E. 29 

Sarah 188 253 

Susannah 113 187 260 

Tabitha 186 
Tamzine 33 
Theodore 113 
William 224 
BYRCH Byrche 
Elizabeth 121 
John 122 
Richard 122 
Robert 121 



Index of Persona 



CABOT Cabbot 

Deborah 205 

Elizabeth 205 212 

Elizabeth Perkins 212 

Frances 206 

Francis 208 214 

George 205 

Hannah 206 

John 203 206 

Joseph 205 

Margaret 205 

Margaret Copley 214 

Mary 205 

Mary Ann 208 

Mary Louisa 214 

Samuel 212 

Stephen 205 
Cadee see Candee 
CAIN Caine Cane 

David 248 263 261 
Elisabeth 192 248 
Jeremiah 139 143 147 

iohn 108 183 258 259 
oseph 139 
lara 143 

Mary 108 183 259 

Sarah 183 258 

Sarah Boyd 253 
CALD0CCI Jeanne 209 
CALDWELL George D. 161 
CALHOUN Eliza Jane 273 

Maggie 273 

Sarah 273 
CALKINS Betsey 264 274 

Emily 264 265 

Luther 264 265 274 

SaUy 264 

Veranus 264 274 
Cambell j« Campbell 
CAMDEN Richard 236 239 

Sarah 239 
CAMP Annie de Iv 

Betty 153 

Hetta 11 

Ichabod 133 

Juliana Augusta 19 

Roy Millard 19 

Sarah 133 
CAMPBELL CambeU 

Anita Marian 96 

Annis 264 

Buel Owen 96 

Charles Samuel 96 

Emily Frances Ixiv 

Esther Lucretia 96 

Harold Andrew 96 

Marian Eugenia 96 

Marjorie Esther 96 

Raymond Soule 96 

Ruth Eliana 96 

Wendell Owen 96 

William 43 
CANDEE Cadee 

149 

Clarinda 144 

Enos 144 148 150 152 

Enos Chittendon 148 

Leaverit 150, 

Maria 162 
Cane see Cain 
CANEY Abigail 28 

Betsey 31 

Daniel 28 

Edmund 34 

Margaret 30 

SaUy F. 34 

Samuel 30 
CANPIELD Tulia Ann 267 
CANNYNE William 115 
CANTY Ida May !di» 

John Joseph (Mrs.) iliv 
CAPRON Alma Frances 16 

Ralph W. 16 



CAPWELL Helen 322 
CARAGLIA Mariana 214 
CARESWILL Sally 32 

Thomas 32 
CARICHOFF Elsie Livingston 
12 

Eugene 12 
CARLETON Asenath 97 
CARLEY Martha 1.44 
CARLISLE Daniel 251 

Lydia 251 

Theodore 251 
CARMLA F. E. 99 

Winona 99 
CAROW Carrow 

Charles Kermit 217 

Edith Kermit 217 

Reming 11 

Gertrude 217 

Katharine Winifred U 
CARPENTER Abigail 205 



Ann 



137 



Benjamin 138 205 

Betty 171 

David 173 

Deborah 205 

Esther 205 

Henry 153 171 173 

Mercy Ann 268 

OUve 137 

Ora 48 

Pardee 153 

William P. 48 
CARR B. E. 48 

Sophia 48 

Susan Waters v vii I 
CARRICK Richard Charles 

(Mrs.) 241 
CARRIER Martha 271 

WUliam 271 
CARRINGTON Abraham 145 

Calvin B. 275 

EUen N. 275 

Mary 227 231 

Wflliim 227 231 
CARROLL Nichols 45 
Carrow see Carow 
CARRITTH Charlotte Ixx 

Horatio Townsend Ixx 

Louise Bartlett xxx Ixx 
CARTER Charles 40 

Charles Blanchard 241 

Charles S. 82 

Dorothy xxxvi 

Eliza Jane 40 

Elizabeth Ixxxv 

Elizabeth Coley Ixxxv 

Elno A. (Mrs.) 154 

Emily xxxvi 

Ephraim xxxvi 

Eunice xxxvi 

Jane Loring xxivi 

Martha iiivi 

Mary xxxvi 

Mary Elizabeth xxxvii 

Oliver xxjcvi 

Oliver Stanley Ixxxv 

Robert Inglee xxxi xxxvi 

Samuel xxxvi 

Thomas xxxvi 

Timothy Harrington xxxvi 

WUliam xxxvi 
CARTLAND Elijah Pope iliii 

(jeorgiana xliv 

Ida May xliv 

John xhii 

John Heiiry xxxii xliii 

Joseph xliii 

Sarah Brackett xliii 

Tabitha xliii 
CARVER CaroUne 266 
CASE Allen B. 275 

Sarah 275 
CASHMAN Janet 12 



CASHMAN cont'd 

William Grassetti 12 
CASTING Andrew 48 
CASTLE Abel 134 

Booth 138 

Isaac 131 

Peter 138 

Richard 131 

Simeon 134 
CASWELL Abby J. 43 

Andrew 34 

Betsey M. 44 

Catherine H. 40 

Charles C. 44 

Deborah Jane 39 

Enoch 33 

Hannah 34 

James M. 43 

Joanna 33 

Levi 30 

Mary 33 

Mary Jane 34 

Sarah A. 19 

Sophia 30 

Timothy 34 

Willard 19 
CATE AbigaU 29 

Betsey 32 

Daniel 32 

Hannah M. 42 

Jonathan 32 

i oseph 35 
lahala28 

Maria 36 

Mary 33 

SaUy 82 33 

Sally S. 38 

Susan B. 35 

Susannah 30 
CATER Abigail 30 

AbigaU F. 33 

Annus 

Charlotte 30 

Cyrus 34 

Ephraim 30 

Joel 29 35 

John 30 

Miriam 29 

Nancy 37 

Olive 34 
(^vano see Cavemo 
CAVERLY AbigaU 30 38 

Asa 38 43 

Azariah 37 

Betsey 29 

Betsey Y. 43 

Danid 30 

EUza37 

EUza Jane 38 

Ephraim H. 39 

Hanson 36 

Ira3f 

James 45 

Levi D. 36 

Lucinda T. 36 

Lydia 32 

Mary 31 

Mary A. 36 

Mary Jane 39 

Nancy 30 33 

RufusSl 

SaUy 30 

Samuel 33 

Sarah W. 4S 

Sophia 37 

Susan D. 40 

Thomas C. 40 
CAVERNO Cavano 

Arthur 31 

Margaret 33 

Mar>' 29 

OUve H. 31 
CENTER Betsey 272 

George 48 



Index of Persons 



CENTER cont'd 

John C. 272 

Mary 270 
CHADBO0RNE Chadbourn 

Debby 192 

Hannah 185 

Humphrey 317 

Jacob no 

James 1S2 

John 110 191 

Joshua 191 

Lucy 183 

Mehitable 110 183 185 259 

Samuel 1 10 183 185 259 

WUUam 317 
CHADWICK Chedwick 

GordiuB 92 

Joan 122 

Lee Sherman xxi 

Richard 122 

Sarah 92 

William 92 
CHAFEE Betsey A. 272 
CHAMBERLAIN Chamberlin 

—Mr. 316 

Betsey E. 92 

Charles A. 92 

Clara M. 92 

Daniel 92 

Daniel W. 92 

Dora M. 92 

Ethel A. 92 

Georfee Walter 77 322 

•osbua P. 39 



t, 



I T. 92 

Louise M. 92 

Lydia 92 

Lydia Mabel 92 

^Ia^y E. 92 

Maude xxii 

Sally 39 

Sanford B. 92 

Winnie xxi 
CHAMPNES Henry 239 
CHAMPNEY EUzabeth 27 

Solomon 27 
CHANDLER Ann Jane 9 

Anna Margaret 315 

Anna Mana 25 

EUzabeth 18 

Nathan 9 
CHAKEY Chany 

Abigail 187 

Benjamin 104 

Dorcas 104 105 107 182 185 
187 195 

Dorothy 185 

Hannah 180 

Hannah Jacobs 102 105 108 
179 180 190 263 

Jacob Foss 190 

James 104 

John 105 

Joseph 104 105 107 182 185 
187 195 

Joseph Stevens 102 108 
. Lydia 180 

Olive 185 

Persis 179 

Reuben 102 105 108 179 180 
190 268 

Samuel 107 

Sarah 193 
CHANNING William EUery 

207 
CHANTERELL John 199 
Chanv see Chaney 
CHAPIN Edith Delia 11 

George 6 

Howard M. 161 

Maria Antoinette 6 

Mary Ann 6 
CHAPMAN — Dr. 280 281 

A. W. 49 



CHAPMAN cont'd 

George 76 

Henry Stanton xx 

Phebe 272 

Zebulun 175 

CHARBONNIER Uiv 

CHARDON Peter 219 
Charelett see Charlett 
CHARELLES John 56 
CHARLES Betty 142 

Mary 139 

William 139 142 
CHARLETT Charelett 

Alice 226 230 231 

Beatrice 225 226 227 231 

Frances 228 230 231 

John 225 226 230 231 

Thomas 226 231 
CHARNOCK EUzabeth 203 

John 200 203 

Mary 203 
CHASE Chasse Chayse 

— Goodman 281 

Asenath 14 

EUzabeth C. 14 

Esther M. 14 

Eunice Merrifield 90 

Ida Marion v vi 

John 29 66 

John CarroU 77 78 163 164 
167 241 



Lou 



I 90 



147 



Mary Harris xxii 

Olive 29 

Ouincy Acastus 90 

Richard 116 

S. A. 49 

Thomas 14 90 116 

Thomas J. 49 

W. H. 49 

Walter 14 

WiUiam D. 14 
CHATFIELD 

AbigaU 136 137 

Almu-a 171 

Anna 137 

Caleb 135 136 

David King 150 

Ebenezer 135 136 137 138 

EUiathan 138 142 

Gideon 148 162 170 

Joel 136 171 

John 150 162 

Lemuel 138 

Levi 137 

Luanda 170 

Rebecca 136 

Sarah 142 
Chayse see Chase 
CHECKLBY Samuel 220 
Chedwick see Chadwick 
CHEEVER Ezekiel 3 5 170 

Thomas 219 
CHESEBROUGH EUas ixxix 

Saie Noyes xxxi zxxix 
xph xxxix 
uisa Stanton xxxix 

Samuel xxxix 

WilUam xxxix 
CHESNEY Hugo de 298 

WilUam de 298 299 
CHESTER Hugh Earl of 298 

Richard Earl of 298 
CHESTER Joseph Lemuel 84 
CHKTWOOD Chettwood Chit- 
wood Chitwoode 

Abigail 308 309 

Agnes 308 

Anne 309 

Beatrice 308 309 

Dorothy 308 309 311 

Frances 308 

Grace 307 308 309 311 

Jane 308 309 



CHETWOOD cont'd 

John 308 309 

Mary 308 309 

Richard 308 

Richard Sir 307 308 309 311 

Robert 308 309 

Roger 308 

Thomas 308 309 

Tobias 308 309 

William 308 

CHICK 107 185 186 187 

189 196 

Abigail 186 189 

Esther 183 191 

Joshua 108 107 181 183 185 
186 187 189 192 196 

Lydia 185 189 

Mary 106 181 183 

Priscilla 187 

Rachel xliv 
CHILD ChUde Childs 

Helen Sidney 25 

John 235 

Margaret xxi 

Rosamond 5 

Samuel MitcheU viii 

WaUace J. (Mrs.) 6 
CHILSON Gilbert 267 

Sarah Ann 267 
CHILTON Mary 170 Ixxv 
Chitwood se€ Chetwood 
Chitwoode see Chetwood 
CHOATEJohn 219 
CHRISTIE Margaret 34 

Robert 34 
CHURCH Abel 143 

Edmund 287 

Hepsa 151 

John 143 144 145 161 153 287 

Lucius 47 

PoUy 146 

Rach el 163 
CHURCHILL Cyrus 270 

T:ivira 270 
CIFREWAST John 126 
CILD Goderio 297 
CLAFLIN WiUiam Uv 
CLAPP Clap 

Benjamin B. 26S 

Cephas W. 265 

George W. xc 

Tames C. 49 

Roger Ixxx 

Susan M. xc 

Ursula 265 

CLARE 309 

CLARK Clarke 

Aaron 190 196 

Abel 148 153 

Abigail 28 

Abraham 109 111 

Adam 106 107 108 111 180 

182 187 196 258 
Alice? 
Amelia 49 51 
Ann EUza 242 
Anna 149 
Anson 271 
Asa 49 110 
Becky 181 
Benaiah 250 
Benajah 105 254 
Benjamin 249 
Betsey 29 254 
Betty 181 196 
Betty Steuart 187 
Catherine 31 
Chancey 173 
Charity 135 
Cherry 160 
Daniel 104 106 109 110 111 

112 171181183 188 250 258 
David 104 



Index of Persons 



CLARK cont'd 
David A. 52 
Deborah 188 



Den 



; 40 



Dolly 179 

Dorothy 181 250 254 

Dorus bcii 

Ebenezer 104 248 254 255 261 

Edmund Gale 104 

Edward 109 248 

Eleazer 102 103 104 105 108 

108 183 192 258 
Electa 269 
EU 107 109 181 182 184 188 

Elisabeth 248 254 281 

Eliza xlvi 

Eliza Ann 40 

Elizabeth 52 193 255 

Esther 193 

Eunice 144 153 188 

Fanny 31 

George 108 

George Wheelwright 104 

Hannah 28 141 153 

Henry 7 56 

Henry S. 48 

Huet 45 

Hyrenia 39 

Isaac 108 

James 106 

James Henry 7 

James Wilson mud xc 

Jemima 149 

John 29 36 39 49 61 81 107 

181 182 
Jonas 199 

Jonathan 28 31 104 108 

Joseph 151 173 

Judith 31 105 106 109 111 181 

182 184 187 254 258 
Katharine lixxv 
Lemuel 105 
LilUs29 

Love 39 

Lucy 107 181 182 259 

Lydia 29 181 182 186 194 196 

248 249 260 253 266 269 

261 
Maria W. 40 
Marinda 149 
Martha 32 192 xxxvi 
Mary 7 29 36 43 102 103 104 

105 106 108 109 110 111 

112 180 181 183 188 190 

193 196 258 
Mary Ann 268 
Mary Bosworth xxi 
Mary HaU 7 
Mary jane 7 
Mary Jennet 153 
Mehitable 183 
Michael 146 149 160 151 163 

171 174 
Miriam 28 
MoUy 320 
Nancy 183 
Naomi 146 
Nathan 103 153 
Nathaniel 108 179 184 192 

195 196 
Orinda Ann 269 
Phebe 187 
Polly 31 36 
Rebecca 184 219 
Rhoda 182 

Richard 107 149 202 203 250 
Robert 52 
SaUy 30 

Samuel 61 107 150 192 195 
Sarah 41 105 107 108 109 179 
180 182 184 187 190 196 

196 210 247 264 258 
Sheldon 139 141 142 143 



CLARK cont'd 

Solomon 105 106 109 111 181 
182 184 187 196 258 

Sophia 31 

Sophia Jane 269 

Sukey 29 

Susan Cornelia Ixii 

Susannah 184 187 253 

Taylor 28 

Thomas 106 248 249 250 253 
265 261 

Warner 4 1 ' 

Watrous 143 

William 105 134 135 138 144 
160 

WilUam S. 31 
CLARKSON WUIiam 49 
CLEMENT EUa 19 
CLEVELAND AdeUne 61 

Elisha Paine 98 

George 51 

Henry P. 61 

Lydia Maria 98 

Ola Jane 98 

Sally 61 

Seth 51 
CLIFFORD Samuel G. 46 46 
CLIFTON Anna 90 
CLINTON Anna Betsey 142 

Thomas 142 
CLISBY Aaron W. 49 

Charlotte 9 

Eben C. 9 

Mary A. 9 10 

Medora L 9 10 

Robert S. 9 10 
CLOUGH Deborah 33 

Micajah S. 33 

Rebecca Louise 23 
COBB Bensley P. 39 

Delia A. 270 

Edwin H. 270 

Martha Ann 39 
COBURN Abel 171 

Alexander 149 

Anna 149 

EUzabeth 149 

Parish 149 153 171 

Ruth 153 
COCHRAN Charles Burnham 

Mary Eugenia Ixxxiii 

Robert Ixxxiii 
Cock see Cox 
Cocke see Cox 
Cocks see Cox 
CODGELL Henry 117 
CODMAN Ernest Amory Ixi 

Katharine Putnam Ixi 
COFFIN Benjamin 30 

Caroline E. 39 

Clarissa 30 

John Huntington Crane 248 

Louisa 90 

Louise 246 

Mary King 246 

Stephen 39 
COGER 160 

Content 160 

Jeremiah 150 

Jeremiah Bearslee 148 

Joseph 146 148 

Nathan 148 
COGGESHALL Anne 278 281 
294 295 

John 278 294 296 

Katharine 296 
COGSWELL John liii Ixxvi 

John Alfred xUi 

John Cleveland xli 

Laura D.fhi 

Mary xli 

Mary Elizabeth xlii 

Walter Cleveland xxxii xli xlii 



COLBATH Benjamin K. 37 

Wealthy 37 
COLBURN Burnham Standish 
78x1 

Cephas 7 

Charles 9 

Elizabeth 9 

Isaac 319 

ierusha 7 
>ucinda Louise 9 

Mary 7 
COLECoU 

Abigail 108 110 184 196 

Andrew 113 

Bethia 190 194 

Daniel 109 111 

Elisabeth 113 114 198 252 

Eliza 265 

Elizabeth 284 

Finley J. 269 

George 287 

Haltfet 27 

James Gowen 108 

John 108 110 113 114 184 190 
191 193 196 262 284 286 

Jonathan 166 

Joseph 114 

Lois 184 

Lucinda 264 

Martha 104 106 109 111 113 
182 196 258 

Mary 184 

Mary Kate Holliday xxxix 

Nicholas 110 

Phineas 113 

Prudence 264 

Raymond 27 

Remick 104 105 109 111 113 
1S2 196 

Samuel 104 113 260 

Sarah 184 250 261 256 266 

Sophia 269 

Thomas 284 

William 260 251 265 266 
288 
Coleman swColman 
COLEY Elizabeth Ixxxv 
COLGLOVE James 62 
Coll see Cole 
COLLAMORE Oilman lii 

John H. lii 

Lucinda lii 

Maria Lucinda Hoffman lii 
COLLAR Levi 49 
Colleni see Collins 
COLLETT Richard 289 
COLLIER CoUyer 

Francis 309 

James 309 
Jane 309 
COLUNS CoUens 

Abigail xli 

Agnes 65 

Andia 45 

Benjamin xli 

Elizabeth Ann 89 

Ephraim xli 

James 45 

John 165 

Levi xli 

Margaret xli 

Martha xli 

Mary Clementine xxxii xli 

Robert 236 

Sarah T. 29 

Thomas 65 
CoUyer see Collier 
COLMAN Coleman 

Benjamin 204 

Deborah 204 
Harry 49 
Judith 204 
COLMER Abraham 316 
COLT Christopher Ixxi Ixxii 



Index of Persons 



COLT cont'd 

EUiabeth M. Ixxii 

George 49 

Julia 49 

Le Baron Bradford Ixxiii 

Lcnora 49 

Roswell Christopher Ixjciii 

Russell Griswold Uxiii 

Samuel litxii 

Samuel Pomeroy nil bud 
Ixxii 

Stephen 235 

Theodora G. Ltxi 
COLVIN Baxter 272 

Betsey 272 
COMAN Katharine bdi 
COMSTOCK Charlotte 175 

Ebenezer 175 

Eleanor 175 

Electa 175 

Hannah 175 176 

Harry M. 175 

Helen P. 175 

Hezeldah 175 

Hiram 176 

Hugh 175 176 

Julia 176 

Lancaster 175 

Lucy E. 175 

Maria 175 176 

Mary 175 

Mary M. 175 

May Ann 175 

Milly 175 

Peregrine 175 176 

Polly 175 176 

Prentice 175 176 

Prudence 176 

Thomas 175 176 

William 62 176 176 

William M. 176 

William Ogilvio 77 vi 

Willie T. 176 
CONANT Florence Reynolds 
169 V viii xvii iviii 

Polly 264 
CONE Kate Eugenia viii 
CONEY Jane A. 268 

Patrick 268 
CONGDON G. E. 158 
CONKLIN Ann 265 

Jane 266 

Seth 265 266 
CONLEYl ^^ — 100 

Alice 100 
CONNOR Comer 

Clarissa S. 87 

Elizabeth 57 

Joan 67 

John P. 87 

Richard 67 

Thomas 67 
CONOVER J. A. 273 

Nellie B. 274 
CONRAD Henry 266 

Mary 266 
CONROY James 49 

Melvina 96 
CONSTABLE Richard 288 

Susan 288 
COirVERSE Converss 

— Mr. 263 

Ann 263 

Edmund Cogswell lii liii liv 
XX viii 

Edward 170 liii 

James C. xlii 

Jessie Macdonough liii 

Katharine P. liv 

Marvin B. 264 

Mary Edith liii 

Pamela Ixxix 

Sarah Ann lii • 

Ursula 266 



COOK Cooke 

280 

— Mr. 279 

Benjamin 271 

Elista 219 316 317 

Hannah 28 

Ida Hannah Ixxiv 

Jane 219 

Lizzie Lawrence 5 

Lucinda lii 

Lucy 30 

Lucy E. 271 

Lydia Ixxxix 

MacLaunn Furber 5 

Margery 34 

Martin 271 

Martin B. 271 

Mary Ann 271 

Mary Elizabeth 5 

Peter 34 
COOLIDGE Caroline Bass 
xxxvi 

Jane Loring xxxvi 

William Dawes xxxvi 
COOMBS At Combe 

John 55 

Lizzie 43 
COOPER Cornelia King 24 

EUen Rowley 24 ^ 

Erwin James 24 

Janet 210 

Samuel 221 
COPELIN John C. 48 
COPLEY John Singleton xvii 
COPYN Agnes 282 

John 282 
CORCAN John 166 
Corey see Cory 
CORLISS Allen Bruce 98 

Asenath Allena 98 

Bruce R. 98 

Jay 98 

CORNE 205 

CORNELL Catherine H. 40 

Ebenezer G. 40 

France 10 

Harriet Sophia 10 

Henry Lyman 10 

Josephine 10 

Margaret Aspinwall 10 

Shirley 10 

Worthington 10 
Comer see Connor 
CORNING Harriet 89 
CORNUE Dan 274 

Hugh 276 

Martha E. 274 

Mary C. 275 

Sarah C. 275 
CORSE Sophia 95 
CORSON Delia 42 
CORY Corey 

Francis 62 

James 319 

Susan 319 

Truman F. 267 
COSAD EUza 269 

James M. 269 
COSTENA Adam A. 49 
Cott van see Van Cott 
COTTON 264 

Anna Cordelia Ixxxix 

Anna Melissa 18 

Anne 310 

Audrey 310 311 

Caroline 11 

Edith Frances Ixxxix 

Elizabeth Gertrude 18 

Frank Ethridge xxx Ixxxix 

John 79 198 Ixxxix 

Lydia Ann Ixxxix 

Noah Franklin Ixxxix 

Rachel Ethridge Ixxxix 

Ruel 264 



COTTON cont'd 

Thomas Ixxxix 

William Ixxxix 

William Wallace 18 
COUCH Charles 45 

Franklin 268 

Henry 45 
COULTER Richard 58 
COUSINS Coussins Cozzens 
Cussens 

Abigail 183 194 

Benjamin 194 

Charles 61 

Dorothy 114 189 261 

Elizabeth 61 

Frances 51 

Hannah 189 

Ichabod 114 189 261 

Joanna 181 182 183 185 258 

John 51 257 

Martha 51 

Martin 227 231 232 

Mary 51 194 

Nathaniel 114 

Rebecca 227 231 232 

Robert 61 

Ruth 192 

Sarah 181 

Theodosia 185 

Thomas 194 

W. L. 51 

William 181 182 183 185 

COVENTRY Mary EUen xxi 
COVEY Clarissa 263 

MeUssa C. 269 270 

Peter 269 

Peter H. 269 270- 
COWING Lida Maria Iviii 
COX Cock Cocke Cocks 

Cordelia xliii 

Edward Jones 319 

Eleanor 122 

Elizabeth 122 . 

Helena Augusta xliii 

ioan 121 129 
ohn 121 
ilinnie E. 19 

Orson xliii 

Phillip 123 129 

Richard 116 121 122 127 

Sarah 116 122 127 221 

Thomas 117 

William 122 129 288 
COY Amaziah 49 

Emilia 49 
COYLE John G. 160 
Cozzens see Cousins 
CRAM John Wesley (Mrs.) xxi 

Katharine May xxi 
CRAMPTON Maria 272 
CRANE Albert xiii 

C. H. 61 

Louisa 19 

Lyal266 
CRANMER William 67 
CRAVER Isabel Sophia xxxviii 
CRAWFORD Artimesha 272 

Benjamin 145 146 

Eliza Ann 45 49 

Fannie 98 

James 45 

John 146 

Leander M. 45 49 

Oliver 46 49 

Sarah 134 
Creake set Creeke 
CREDIFER Credifor 

Esther 193 

John 107 184 257 259 

Josiah 107 

Judith 195 257 

Mary 193 

Sarah 107 184 269 



Index of Persons 



CREEK£ Creake 

Henry 287 290 
CRISPE James 235 
CRITCHET Betsey 30 

David 33 

Lemuel 29 3S 

Li] Us 29 

Lydia 29 

Mary Jane 39 

Reuben 30 

Sally 33 

Samuel 29 

Susan 38 
CRITTENDEN Abraham 
iHvii 

Albert^ Randolph xxix Ixxvii 
Ixxviii 

Eliza Ixxvii 

George Ixxvii 

Mary Louise Ixrviii 
CROCKER Cornelia M. 272 
CROCKETT Thomas 317 

Walter Hill 78 
CROLIUS Allen Potter 154 
CROMWELL William Nelson 

liii 
CROOKER Hartley 46 
CROSBY Alice Thayer lixiv 

Alonzo 269 

Amelia 268 

Franklin 49 

James M. 268 

Sophia Jane 269 
CROSS Benjamin F. 61 

George N. 78 ivii 

Levy 263 

Patty 263 

Phebe263 
CROW Sarah 92 
CROWFOOT Catherine 288 

Daniel 265 

Luther 266 

Patty 265 
CROWLEY 229 

Alice 229 

Anna 224 

Henry 224 

John 224 229 

Richard 224 229 
CRO WNINSHIELD Caspar 2 1 1 

Elizabeth Clarke 211 

Elizabeth Copley 211 

Fanny Cadwallader 214 
CROSHE Elizabeth 290 291 293 

Robert 290 293 
CUDWORTH Nathaniel 202 
CULLEN CuUin 

74 

Elizabeth 74 

Sarah 52 
CULLINGE Richard 5S 
CHLMER Judith 65 

Thomas 65 
CULVER Anna 15 

Charles 132 

Mary L. 15 

Samuel 15 

Timothy 132 
CUMMINGS EUen 271 

Harriet Alma xvii xxi 

Joseph A. 271 

Olive 16 
CUNNINGHAM Ann Bolyston 
209 

Ehzabeth 27 

Ellen 49 
CURLING Anthony 68 

EUzabeth 68 74 
CURRIER Martha Ann Ixxivi 

Ri chard Ixxrvii 
CURTIS Curtiss 

148 179 

Abel 131 

Alice 189 



CURTIS cont'd 

Benjamin 179 248 

Betsey 173 

Betsey Ann 271 

Catherine ScoUay lii 

Charity 140 

ComeUus 52 

DeUverance 133 

Elijah 113 

Esther 254 

Eunice 144 

Francis 22 

Freelove 131 

Isaac 133 

Jasper 96 

John S. 211 

Joseph 112 173 

Louisa 0. 96 

Mary 191 268 

Mary Elizabeth 211 

Melvina 96 

Moses 111 

OUve 109 HI 113 114 189 
248 260 

OUver 139 140 141 144 

OUvia 112 

Ralph 114 

Samuel 109 111 112 113 114 
189 195 248 260 264 285 

Sarah 149 179 

Sarah Elvira 22 

Sheldon 149 

StQes 173 

Susannah 173 

Sydney 49 52 

Terah H. 271 

William 139 141 

Zipporah 173 
GUSHING Hayward W. Ixxvii 

Jenny Ixxvii 



Ivia 



William 321 
CUSHMAN Mary xlv 

Robert xlv 

Thomas xlv 
Cussens see Cousins 
CUTLER Betsey 95 

Edward Hutchins 78 xx 

Mary Waterman 99 
CUTT Hannah 244 

John 244 

Mary 243 244 
CUTTER Ammi Ivii 

Caroline Antoinette l%*ii 

Joshua Ivii 
CtlTTING Andrew 274 

Sophia 274 

Daggett see Doggett 
DAGNALL 128 

Hester 117 128 
DALEY Ewie Fuller 78 xxi 
DALTON EUza 100 

George W. 277 

Henry 277 
DALZEL Anns 194 
DAMARY Richard 224 
DAME Betsey 30 

Charles C. 44 

Eleanor R. 35 

Jane 29 

Jonathan 38 

Mary A. 44 

Nancy 37 

Olive 29 

Susan 38 

William 37 
DAMON EUzabeth xlv 

George 49 
DANA Daniel xUi 

Mary Catherine xlii 

Richard xlii 

Thomas xlii 

Wilham xlii 



DANA cont'd 

William Franklin xxxii xlii 
DANFORTH Mar/ 40 
DANIELS Abigail 34 

Betsey 29 30 

Cordelia 20 

Eliza C. 37 

John 30 

Joseph 37 

Mary 30 31 

OUve 35 

Samuel 35 
DANTELSON Mary 251 
DANZ Jeannette Winifred 16 

Otto 15 
Darby see Derby 
DARELL DarreU 

— Lady 239 

Ann 239 

Anne 239 

Christian 239 

Christopher 238 239 

Dorothy 239 

Edward 239 240 

EUzabeth 234 238 239 

George 239 

James 236 238 239 

John 233 234 235 236 237 238 

John Sir 238 239 

Marmaduke 236 239 

Mary 233 234 239 

Nathaniel 238 239 

Robert 236 238 239 240 

Robert Sir 233 235 238 239 
240 

Sarah 239 
DARRETT John 233 

Mary 233 
DARRIN Eleanor Carter Ixxxv 

Howard A. Ixxxv 
DARROW Abigaa 147 

EUen A. 277 

Fannie E. 276 

Julian U. 278 

Nicholas 147 

Samuel R. 273 

Silas M. 277 
DAVENPORT CaroUne 27 

EUjah 27 

Henry 27 

John S. Ixxi 

Susan 27 
DAVIDSON William M. (Mrs.) 
240 

DAVIS 249 250 251 254 

261 

Aaron 106 

AbigaU 144 181 

Adolphus xxxiit 

Alice 101 135 

Amy 183 

Ann 140 

Anna 134 

Ann/- Outram xxxviii 

Anson 151 

Bartholomew 249 254 261 

Benjamin 108 142 143 147 152 
250 251 261 

Betty 147 

CaroUne V. 270 

Catherine 133 181 

Charity 140 

Charles G. 36 

Comfort 149 

Cyrus 150 

Dan 135 136 137 144 

Daniel 47 49 143 144 146 150 

Edna 181 

Edward xxxviii 

EUza 47 49 xxxviii 

EUzabeth 132 189 

EUis 137 

EUner 82 



Index of Persons 



cv 



DAVIS cont'd 
Enoch 113 192 
Ethel 136 
Eunice 140 

Frank Parker (Mre.) xlvi 
George William Uvi 
Georgiana Olivia Uvi 
Hannah 180 
Hephzibah 112 183 260 
Rowland 181 
Ira 153 

Isaac 152 153 171 172 173 
James 104 105 106 107 108 
111 112 137 179 180 183 188 
189 257 261 
Jane 180 
Jemima 179 
Jenny 182 
Jenisha 184 
John 31 112 132 133 134 136 

142 149 181 152 163 171 
Jonathan 111 

Joseph 102 105 134 135 136 
140 142 144 145 149 151 
172 
Joshua 107 
Katharine 193 
Lewis 148 
Lizzie P. 43 
Loiza 36 

Lovilla Prances Uvi 
Lucius 147 
Lucretia 171 
Lucy 148 
Luther W. 43 
Lydia 101 

Mary 102 104 106 107 108 109 
111 112 113171 179180181 
182 183 184 189 190 258 
Mary Eliza xxxiii 
Mary Robbins xxxiii 
Moses 108 112 
Nancy 35 38 
Nathan 134 135 136 
Nathaniel 147 161 163 
Nathaniel S. 47 
Nellie B. 274 
Olive SUple 190 
Patience 34 
Phebo 172 
Philip 137 140 
Polly 163 
Rachel 135 
Richard 111 251 
Robert 104 249 
Roenna 143 
Ruth 132 
Sally 35 149 
Samuel 109 112 113 151 181 

182 184 190 258 
Sarah 105 108 136 142 143 

149 165 179 195 254 
Susannah 31 142 
Thankfulletta 171 
Thomas 101 
Thomas Clinton 149 
Truman 152 
Walter Goodwin 75 
William 46 111 140 
Willys 161 
DAVISON Allen S. 240 

George 48 
DAVY John 238 
DAWES Harriet XMV 

William xxxv 
DAWSON Eugenius B. 272 
Mary 272 
Sarah L. 272 

DAY- — 110 111 112 182 

260 
Abraham 109 
Alexander 112 
Arodyne 271 
Benjamin 193 xxxiii 



DAY cont'd 

Betsey 183 

Charles 52 

Clarissa 271 

Comfort 183 186 187 260 

Daniel J. 52 

Diana 294 

Dilus 271 

Ebenezer xjcciii 

•Elisabeth 104 105 107 179 
180 182 184 188 195 

Eliza 180 

Emily E. 52 

Esther 195 

Eunice 179 

Hannah 193 

HUton 105 107 179 180 182 
184 

James 110 

Joanna 187 

John 110 111 112 260 ixriii 

Joseph 104 109 182 183 188 
187 194 257 259 

M. W. 52 

Martha 182 

Martha Josephine xxxiii 

Mary 109 182 183 186 187 
194 259 

Mary T. 32 

Moses Wentworth 104 

Nancy 187 

Patience 184 193 257 

Phebe 193 

Priscilla 194 

Robert 186 187 260 luiii 

Stephen 107 

Susannah 186 

Zadok 264 
DEAL 171 172 

Charles 150 152 

Josiah 150 

Sarah 171 

Susannah 152 
DEALING William 192 
DEAN Den Dene Denn Denne 

Agnes 125 

Benjamin 27 

Daniel 69 70 

Elizabeth 49 

Emily 49 

Hannah 27 

Harry 125 

Henry 49 

Joan 69 70 

John 27 

Katharine 68 69 70 

Lucy 190 

Mary 27 

Thomas 68 59 67 70 

William 49 
De Beauchamp set Beauchamp 
De Bohun sec Bohun 
De Bokland su Bokland 
De Boland see Bokland 
De Bosco see Bosco 
De Camp see Camp 
De Chesney see Chesney 
DEE John H. 49 
DEEPREY William H. 47 
DEERINGE Fynch 240 
DE FOREST Dforest D Forest- 
David 140 141 142 144 148 

Eunice 142 
Hannah 148 
Hepthsy 141 

Isaac 141 
Joseph 148 

PoUy 144 
Richard 140 
Samuel Harvey 148 
De Graff see Graff 
De Grai see Gray 
De Graio see Gray 
De Grey see Gray 



DELAND Jane 190 

Polly 263 
DELANO Dilano 
Edward H. 49 
Mary R. 49 
Sally Ann 268 
De Lew see Lew 
DELL Mary 127 
Richard 127 
Thomas 127 
DELONG Harriet 273 
DELVES Susan 66 
DEMAREST Maria Christie 

10 
DEMERTTT Daniel 28 
James Young 40 
Lydia 33 
Mary 36 
Matilda 40 
Rhoda 30 
Sally 27 
Samuel 30 
Thomas 36 
DEMING C. D. ^Mrs.) xlviii 
Helen Hyde xlviii 
Herbert M. 176 
Tane 176 
Lafayette 176 
Den see Dean 
Dene see Dean 
De Nevill see Nevill 
DENHAM Eleanor Cotton v 

viii 
DENISON William 52 
Denn see Dean 
Denne see Dean 
DENNETT Mary 22 
DENNTE John 196 
DENNIS James 198 

Mary 198 
DENWOOD Catherine see 
Katharine 
Katharine 67 70 
Margaret 70 
Mary 67 70 
Susannah 67 70 
WilUam 67 70 
De Oily see Oyley 
De Oyley see Oyley 
De Ponsold see Ponsold 
DE PONTHIER Elizabeth 

Ixiiii 
DERBY Darby 

280 

Ethel Carow 217 
John 288 289 
Perley 73 
Richard 217 
Richard Henry 217 
Sarah Coleman 217 
De Redvers see Redvers 
De Rotherfield see Rotherfield 
DERRIMORE Eunice;i38j . j 
Joseph 138 141 4 

De St. Sauveur see St. Sauveur 
Deusen van see Van Deusen 
DEVERY EUzabeth 49 

Thomas 49 
DEVINE Annie Maria 25 
DEVLIN Daniel xxxiii 
John Edward xxxi xxxiii 
Marjorie Standish xxxiii 
Martha Josephine xxxiii 
Mary Ehza xxxiii 
May Victoria 99 
DEVON Redvers Baldwin de 

Eari of 296 
De Wahull see Wahull 
De Walden see Walden 
De Wedon see Weeden 
DEWEY Sophia M.-272 
DEWIT — Mr. 1421^ J 



Index of Persons 



DEXTER Abby SI 52 
Emily Frances Ixiv 
Henry Bowers Ixiv 
Kate Bowers Ixiv 
Thomas D. 51 
Dforest ser DeForest 
DIAMOND James 203 
DIAZ Porfirio xlv 
DICKERMAN Cyrua P. 278 
Edward Dwight 319 
George Sherwood 319 
Mary M. 276 
Thomas 319 
DICKEY Coming 89 
Florence Marian 89 
Harriet 89 

James 89 

Wallace Coming 89 
DICKINSON Darius Leander 
Iviii 

Ebenezer 49 

Emily Ruth Iviii 

Julia 49 

Lida Maria Iviii 

Rufus49 
DIGNER Ellen 46 
Dilano see Delano 
DILLAWAY George W. Ijuti 
DINSMORE Josephine 273 

William 273 
DITMORE Martha 8 
DIX Julia 272 
DIXON Willis Milnor 319 
DIXWELL DyxweU 

— Mr. 122 

Epes Sargent Ix 
DOANE Doan Done 

Asenath 264 

Bradley John 91 

Chauncey 264 

Ellen Harriet 91 

Gilbert Harry 85 91 

Harry Harvey 91 

Maude Charlotte 91 

0- M. 47 

W. H. 52 
DOBEL William B. 176 
DODD Rebecca 131 

Thomas 131 
DODGE Albert 49 

Anna Blanche xxxlx 

Charles Ruftis xxxix xj 

Charlotte Ixxxvii 

D. K. 49 62 

Eusebius xl 

Hannah 206 

Hiram Lake xl 

Jeremiah xl 

Robert Oatley xxxii xxxix xl 

Tristram xl 
DOE Annie L. 21 

Elmer Ellsworth 240 

Samuel 43 
DOGGETT Daggett 

John 52 
ohn D. 49 
laria 49 52 

Samuel Bradlee vi 

Simeon F. 49 
DONALDSON WUUam S. 49 
Done see Doane 
DONELLY EUzabeth 22 

Margaret Ann 22 

Robert 22 
DONNELL Donnel 

108 110 111 183 184 

187 249 254 

Abigail 192 249 250 251 256 

Anna 256 

Benjamin 249 

EUsabeth 184 

Hannah 183 256 

James 249 250 251 256 261 

John 110 249 



DONNELL cont'd 

Joseph 108 110 111 183 184 

187 249 254 256 
Lucy 187 
Mary 256 
Nancy 256 
Oliver 250 
Samuel 111 231 
Susannah 256 
Theodosia 254 
William 249 
DOOLITTLE — Mr. 132 
Benjamin 132 
Eunice 132 
Isaac 132 
Dorel see Dorrell 

DORMAN 147 

James 147 149 150 
Lucena 147 
Marmara 149 
Rodney 49 
DORNIN Harriet Helen 90 

William 90 
DORR Eben W. 46 

SaUyl 
DORRANCE Arthur ix xx 
DORRELL Dorel Dorrel 
Edmund 252 
John 251 252 255 262 
Nancy 255 
Philip Pike 251 
Sarah 251 252 255 262 
DOTY Caroline xU 

Mvron 270 
DOIJBLEDAY H. A. 314 
Doucet see Dowsett 
DOUGLAS Duglass 
Harriet N. 62 
James 257 
Thomas 52 
Douset see Dowsett 
DOVE George William Webstei 
215 
Marian Glidden 216 
Susan Cotter 215 
DOW Abigail 32 40 
Charles Mason 160 
George Francis 82 vii 
Taylor 32 
DOWNES — Com. 206 
DOWNING Asahel L. 265 
Charles L. 14 
Edith E. 14 
Pamela 265 
DOWSETT Doucet Douset 
Gabriel 75 
Toan75 
Mercy 76 
Thomas 75 76 
Thomasine 75 76 
DOYLE James 46 

Martin 49 
DRAKE Elizabeth 9 
DRAPER Daniel xixiii 
David xxxiii 
Harriet 97 
Mary Robbins xxxiii 
Thomas 56 
DREW Abby J. 43 

Abigail 34 
• Aima 29 39 
Anna H. 35 
Eliza A. 44 
Eliza B. 31 
Eliza Jane 38 
Jacob 37 
John B. 35 
John P. 36 
Lemuel 30 
Lois 30 
Lydia 38 
Mary 36 
Meshach 34 
Sarah 32 



DREW cont'd 
Silas 38 
Sophia 37 
Susan Jane 37 
Tamzine 33 
Tmiothy 37 
Tobias R. 31 
DREWERIE Jane 308 

William Sir 308 
DREXEL Emily 216 
DRINKWINE Almyra E. 276 

Perry 276 
DROWN Chariotte 30 
Ezra 28 
Sally 28 
DRFMM D. O. 269 
DRURY Henry Cooke 318 

John 318 
DRYSDALE Lois H. 49 
DUDLEY Addison G. 274 

Anne 3 5 170 

Thomas 3 5 170 Uxv Ixix 
DUFFERO James 48 
DUFFDELD Howard 160 
Duglass see Douglas 
DULaNEY Benjamin Lewis 242 
DULEY William 192 
DUMPHY EUjah 9 

EUen Maria 9 
DUNBAR A. 62 

Almond 98 

Elizabeth Soule 98 

EmeUne W. 276 

George 98 

George Bamey 98 

Lucile 98 

Ruth Hayden 98 ' • 

DUNHAM Dunnam 

Florence L. 169 

Ichabod 191 192 

Mary 193 
DUNN Ellen M. 274 

John 274 
DUNNING Sarah Mallory 89 
DUNSHEE Mary Edith liii 
DUPEE EUzabeth Baldwin 212 
DURAND Andrew 139 

Anna 142 

Ebenezer 136 137 139 161 171 

Eliezar 148 

Hannah 137 

Ira 150 

Jemmy Lewis 172 

Jeremiah 150 151 152 

John 153 172 173 

John White 173 

Lucy 148 

Mary 143 

Noah 142 143 147 

Patty 150 

Polly 147 

Stephen Sherman 153 
Durel see Durrell 
DURGIN Daniel 43 

Margery 34 

Sally 43 
DURKEE Eugene Winslow xi 
DURRELL Durel 

Harold Clarke 78 158 viii 

Keziah 191 

Moses 158 
DUSTIN Durston Dustan Dus- 
ton 

Francis 47 

John 46 

Thomas 318 
DUTCHER Mary 270 

PhiUp 270 
DUTTON George 52 

Mildred 169 
Duyn van see Van Duyn 
DUYREL George 264 

SaUy 264 



Index of Persons 



DWINELS James 19 
Juliana Crane 19 



Lou 



19 



DYER John 49 

Lucy 49 
DYKE Nathaniel 135 
DYRICK Robert 56 
Dyiwell s« Diiwell 

EAGLE Shepherd 49 
EASTERLY Mahala Ann 269 
EASTMAN Deett 274 

Mary A. 42 

Roger ixxvi 
EATON Abigail 247 248 251 
252 253 254 255 256 261 

Alba 66 73 74 

Andrew 251 

Anna 104 

Anne 181 



Daniel 73 74 103 113 252 
Dorcas 251 252 
Edson 278 
Elisabeth 255 



Elizabeth TTxIv — — 

Forrest 104 

Hezekiah xlv 

Jacob 252 253 264 256 261 

Jeremiah 247 

Jeremiah Moulton 111 112 
113 251 260 

John 66 73 74 xli 

John Emery 111 251 262 

Jonas 73 

Joseph 103 257 

Joshua 104 181 195 

Levi Frank xxx xlv 

Levi Medbury xlv 

Lydia 103 195 256 

Martha 54 55 61 65 66 69 72 
73 74 xli 

Mary 65 6« 73 74 HI 112 113 
193 260 261 

Nancy 254 255 

Olive 253 

Peter 65 

Samuel 112 

Susan xlv 

Susannah 181 

Thomas 66 

William 54 61 65 66 72 73 74 
247 248 251 255 
ECKERT Sophia 269 
EDDY Edy 

James W. 158 

Jane 20 

Joseph Addison 20 

Kate 20 

Lucinda 215 

WUliam 125 
EDES Eedes 

Eadie 226 

Edward 112 

Esther 112 184 185 186 196 
260 

Rebecca 184 

Richard 226 

Sarah 186 

Susannah 185 

WUliam 112 184 185 186 196 
260 
EDGAR Emery 264 

' Melissa 264 
EDGECOMB Georgiana xliv 

Rachel xliv 

William xhv 
EDMUNDS Edmonds 
Edmundes 

Andrew 155 

Daniel 117 . 



EDMUNDS confd 

Erie 32 

Lucretia 32 
EDSALL Emeline 286 

Henr>- 266 
EDWARD I of England 311 
EDWARDS 188 230 

Anne 225 230 

Daniel 102 258 

Elisabeth 258 

Elizabeth 102 

Hannah 194 

Henry 226 230 

Hester 127 

Joanna 179 

John 226 230 

Joshua 179 193 

Joyce 226 230 

Katharine 188 

Katharine May ix xxi 

Mary 179 

Susannah 188 
Edy see Eddy 
Eedes i« Edes 
EGGLESTON Ella Josephine 

320. 
ELDER George N. 272 

Harriet 272 
ELDERKIN Frederick 46 
ELDRIDGE Aaron 114 

Abigail 191 

Amos 113 114 188 249 252 
261-' 

Betsey 27 

Daniel 102 103 114 191 258 

Edmund 114 

Elisabeth 114 195 

Elizabeth 79 103 

Hannah 102 103 113 114 188 
191 249 252 

Hephzibah 188 

John 114 249 

Joseph 103 114 191 257 

N. B. 266 

Norton 102 

Rose 123 

Sophia 252 

Theodore 1 13 

Timothy 103 
ELIOT Elliot 

Betsey 86 

Charles William 163 167 169 
xUx 

Emily Ann 210 

Henn- 219 

James 257 

John Henry 210 

John Wheelock 210 

Margaret 257 

Mary 36 

Mary Lee 210 

Mercy 219 

William H. 36 
ELKINS Love 28 
ELLENWOOD James 47 49 

Louisa 47 49 

Stephen 47 
ELLESON Abby 52 

Benjamin 52 
Elliot see Eliot 
ELLIS Barnard 49 

C. L. (Mrs.) 240 

Esther 203 

John 49 

M. P. 49 

Susan Ann 49 
ELMESTON Agnes 67 71 
ELY Horace 49 
EMERSON Abigail 40 

Brown 204 

Joseph 40 

Mary 35 36 

Ralph Waldo 166 xlii 

Samuel 35 



EMERY Bathsheba 179 193 

Forrest 104 

George 47 

John 46 193 

Margaret 104 105 179 

Samuel 104 105 179 193 

Stephen 105 
EMES Elizabeth 224 
EMMET lohn Patten 234 
EMMONS Emmonds 

Abigail l90 

Joanna 195 

John 133 

Samuel 257 

William 133 
EMMOTT James Ixxxii 
EMYS Henry 223 
ENDICOTT Elizabeth Ixxxv 

Emma Frances xxii 

Martha 210 Uxxv 

Samuel Ixxxv 
ENGLAND 88 

Armida 88 
ENGLISH Abraham 140 172 

Clement 135 138 137 133 139 
140 

David 139 172 



172 



Mark 142 

Melissa 172 

Naomi 135 

Ruth 136 
ENOS Eliza 265 

Joab 265 
ENSIGN Charies Sidney 4 vii 
ESTEN Emmeline Iviii 

Frances Rebecca Iviii 

John Iviii 
BSTES Lydia xli 
ETHRIDGE Lydia Ixxxii 

Lydia Ann Ixxxii 

Nathaniel Ixxxix 

Samuel Ixxxix 

Stephen Oilman Ixxxix 
EUSTIS Mary St. Barbe viii 

P. S. xlvii 

Wyatt St. B. (Mrs.) xlvi 
EVANCE Richard 224 
EVANS Evins 

Abigail 28 

Daniel J. 42 

Dorothy 32 

Franklin B. 36 

Hannah 34 36 

James H. 35 

Judith 33 

Lovina 42 

Nancy 35 

PoUy 29 

Robley D. Ixxxiii 

Sally 32 

EVEREST C. W. Ixviii 
Evins see Evans * 

EWER Charles xcii 
Frank Merton xxi 

FABER Angelica B. Ixxxii 

Gustavus William Ixxxii 

Matilda Cushman Ixxxii 
FABRICK David 142 
FAIRBANKS Otis 46 
FAIRCHILD 153 

Billy 149 

Chloe 149 

David H. 275 

Donald Soule 94 

Eli 94 

George Henry Soule 97 

Gladys 94 97 

Grace 94 

Grace Armida 97 

Hannah 153 

Harold Francis 94 97 



Iridex of Persons 



PATRCHILD contM 

Huldah 183 

Jane Annida 94 07 

Joseph 149 151 171 

Sally 171 

Sarah L. 275 

William Henry 94 97 
FAIRLIE John A. 162 
FAIRMAN Jane 62 73 

Nicholas 62 73 
FAIXENER Zachary 79 
FANCHER Clara 93 
FANTINGE Barbara 58 59 71 

Rebecca 71 

■William 58 69 67 71 
FANTON 172 173 

Arma 171 



Mo 



171 



FAREWELL S. P. 46 
FARITIUS — Abbot 297 
FARLEY Hannah 16 

Harvey 16 

Philana 268 

Susan 16 
FARNHAM Sibyl 207 
FARWSWORTH Betsey 94 

James 97 

Jeanette 97 

Susan A. 94 97 
FARR Ida Louise vi 
FARRAND Abigail 89 

Alonzo AUen 89 

Charles E. 53 

Eben F. 53 

Elizabeth 53 

Emma 53 

IdaBeUSg 

Lucia Esther 89 

Nellie Meehan 89 

Thomas 89 
FARRAR Caroline 88 

Electa 88 
FARREL Florence Adele mi 
FARRINGTON EUiabeth 27 

Ithamar 27 

M indwell 27 

Robert Irving ix xxi 

Samuel 27 
FAUNCE Sarah 8 
FAVORRIGHT Louis 46 
FAVOUR Mary 196 
FAY Charles 86 

Charlotte E. 86 

Elizabeth 276 

John O. 278 

Katherine M. 85 

Laura A. 278 

Sarah Ann 278 
FEARING Aldaberontophos 
cophomia XXXV 

Andrew Coatsworth xxx 

Israel XXXV 

John XXXV 
FELKER Anne 34 

Eliza W. 42 

Hannah 35 

Hannah H. 40 

Jonathan K. 42 • 

Martha Jane 41 

Mary 40 

Mary Ann 41 

Rachel 3S 

Samuel 40 

William 40 
FELL Delilah 45 46 

lohn G. 46 

Margaret 46 
FELLOWS Lydia Ann 20 

Nancy 20 

Peter 20 
FELTON — Mrs. 12 

Arthur Withington 13 

Frederic Luther 13 



FELTOPT cont'd 

Harriet Gray 13 

Laura B. 13 

Luther 13 

Luther Harvey 13 

Lydia 13 

Sarah Porter 13 
FERGUSON ■ 173 

Eudora Howard 21 
John 173 
FERNALD Betsey 37 

Emily Eastman xxxvi 

Frederick Atherton (Mr 



Joseph 33 

Lydia 33 

Natalie xxi 

Samuel 37 

Thomas 317 

FERREB Mary Louise Ixxviii 

FESSENDEN Caroline Haskell 

218 

Caroline Lee 21S 

Harriet Lee 218 

Louisa 218 

Louisa Green 218 

Rose Lee 218 

Sewall Henry 218 
FIELD Fielde 



te 



121 



I 115 



FTLBY Jo 

FILKINS Elisabeth 268 

William 268 
FILMER 231 

Anne 227 231 

EUzabeth 227 231 

Jane 231 
FINCH Finche 

Nicholas 288 
FISH EUza 49 

Frederick Samuel 278 vii 
Ixxix 

Grace A. Ixxix 

James 49 63 
FISHER — 146 147 

— Mr. 79 

David 27 

Ebenezer H. 6 

Henry 150 

Julia 100 

MilUe W. 6 

Nicholas 150 
FISK Fiske 

Abner 114 188 247 248 253 
254 255 261 

Andrew 77 v vii XV 

Catherine 269 

David 272 

Elizabeth 254 

Frederic Ixvii 

George 1 14 

Hannah 114 188 247 248 253 
254 255 261 

Lydia 188 

Oliver C. 272 

Samuel 248 

Sarah 253 

Sophia M. 272 

Susannah 255 
FITCH Frances Anna 211 



Tho 



iSl 



Winchester 81 
FITZGERALD FitzGerald 
Fitz-Gerald 
Jesmond 241 
;hzabeth 90 
;van 2B7 
•FITZ OSBERN William Coun 

297 

FITZPATRICK John C. 160 
FITZ-SIMONS EUen xxi 

Paul (Mrs.) xxi 
FLAGG Francis H. 49 



FLANAGAN 100 

Peter F. 100 

Phvllis 100 
FLETCHER Austin Bradstrcct 

Christopher 49 

I. D. Ixil 

Rebecca xlv 

Robert xlv 
FLING Flin 

Anastis 137 

Huldah 138 

Jemima 139 

Kattern 136 

Thomas 136 137 138 139 143 

Thomas Wilson 143 
FLINT Flynt 

Aljce 199 

Deborah 199 

Edward 91 199 

EUza 91 

Elizabeth 199 

Mabel 91 

Mary 220 

Polly 91 

William 199 
FLOYD Belle Augusta viii 

Francis M. 53 

George W. 49 
Flynt see Flint 
FOBES Marion vii 
FOGG Abigail 33 

Jeremiah 33 
FOLLETT Betsey 29 
FOLSOM John 319 

Louisa Maria Ixxx 
Foord se€ Ford 
FOOT 143 

Ezra 145 173 

Sheldon 145 
FORBES Allan 78 iii 

Daniel 274 
FORBUSH Forbish Furbish 

254 255 

Achsah 256 

Calvin 251 

Catherine 183 259 

Enoch 109 111 256 262 
Hannah 183 254 

Hephzibah 256 262 

James 106 108 110 113 185 

269 
Jane 256 
Jerusha 250 251 
John 111 250 251 
Joshua 108 109 110 111 183 
196 250 259 

Katharine 108 109 110 HI 

196 256 
Manasseh 251 

Moses lOS 196 251 254 256 

Pamela 185 

Samuel 106 

Sarah 106 108 110 113 185 

197 251 256 259 
Sarah Emery 255 
Stephe 



Tho 



113 



FORD Foord 
Agnes 124 
Barnabas 134 
Caroline Ixvii 
Cephas 134 
Ebenezer 134 
John 124 
Mary 134 
Mary Grace Ixix 
Paul Leicester Ixi 
William 201 
FORM Simon 2S1 
FORSHEE Catherii 
Forster see Foster 
FORSYTH Cordelii 
Joseph 49 53 



Index of Persons 



FORWARD Mary A. 47 

William A. 47 
FOSBROOKE 230 

loan 225 226 227 230 

Katharine 227 230 
FOSS Abby P. 41 

Abigail 30 32 

Adeline W. 43 

Benjamin 38 

Benjamin T. 33 

Betsey 32 

Betsey C. 41 

Betsey L. 42 

Betsey M. 44 

C. Jane 43 

Caroline E. 39 

Catherine 31 

Cotton H. 38 

David B. 28 

Deborah Jane 40 



Den 



i39 



Dorothy 38 
Eleanor 39 
Eliphalet 32 34 
Eliza 31 35 
Eliia T^ne 40 
Eliza W. 35 
Emily Y. 42 
Enos H. 36 
Erastus D. 4 1 
Esther 40 
Frances M. 41 
Ham 43 

Hannah 30 31 37 
Hannah H. 38 
Harriet 38 
Ira 37 
Isaac 28 
Israel 31 34 
James B. 31 
James S. 29 
Jeremiah J. 39 
Joanna 38 
John 38 
John B. 30 31 
John C. i? 
John P. 38 
Joseph 32 
Joshua 31 
Judith A. 39 
Lemuel 35 
Lovina 42 
Lucinda T. 38 
Lucy 43 
Lydia D. 39 
Mahala 36 
Margaret 41 
Margaret R. 40 
Mana 39 
Mark K. 42 
Martha 39 
Martha Ann 39 
Mary 31 36 41 
Mary A. 32 38 42 
Mary E. 42 43 
Mary H. 33 
Mary Jane 37 
Mary bee 32 
Molly 37 
Nancy 34 
Nancy L. 44 
Nehemiah 40 
Olive 38 
Olive Ann 42 
Olive H. 31 



Patie 



;39 



Richard H. 35 
Richard W. 42 
Robert W. 35 
Sally 2S 29 32 33 
Sarah 29 31 34 35 36 38 
Sarah Jane 40 41 
Sophia G. 33 
Stephen D. 42 

VOL. LXXVI. 



FOSS cont'd 

Susannah 28 

Sylvanus C. 39 

Sylvester 43 

Timothy 39 

Tobias 4 1 

Warren 40 
FOSTER Forster 

Abby 266 

Alexander 266 

Caroline 264 

Clarissa 266 270 

Daniel G. 264 

Elizabeth N. 275 

George 216 

Joan 123 

Joseph 160 

Lushes 275 

Maria L. 216 

Marie Louise 216 

Polly Ixxxvii 

Thomas 55 

William 260 

William A. 285 270 
FOTHERGILL — Dr. 204 

Gerald 80 
FOWLE Fowl Fowles 

172 

David 48 

Edwin Monroe 13 

Elizabeth Prentiss 169 

Emily Morton Iv 

Frances Sweetser Iv 

George Iv 

Horace Sweetser Iv 

James Iv 

John 13 Iv 

Jonathan Iv 

Lucy Ann Iv 

Mary Adelaide 13 

Prudence Whitney 13 

Seth Augustus xxix Iv 

Seth Wyman Iv 
FOWLER Catherine 149 

Luther 149 

Lvdia 149 



Mil 



149 



WiUii 
Fowles see Fowie 
FOX Samuel 61 
FOYE Abigail 29 

Hannah 31 

Loiza 30 

Nancy H. 42 

Richard 29 

William G. 42 
FRANCIS John 58 237 

Margaret 80 

Tench 80 
Francklin see Franklin 
Francklyn see Franklin 
FRANCS Thomasine 59 
FRANKLIN Francklin Franck- 
lyn 

Andrew 116 122 

Anna 75 

Benjamin 322 

Hannah 60 64 75 

Henry 63 75 

John 60 6-1 68 75 

Martha 122 

Mary 60 75 

Richard 122 
FREBORNE William 129 
FREEMAN Freman 

Cynthia 170 

Hannah 174 

Thomas 75 
FREEZ John 191 
FRELINGHUYSEN Frederick 
ITieodore lxx.xiii 
man see Freeman 
FRENCH 172 

— Mr. 140 



I FRENCH cont'd 

Anna 135 

Bowers 137 

Charles 139 150 152 153 171 
172 

Cyrus 263 

Ellen ixi 

Enoch 152 153 

Grant 171 

Israel 134 135 137 139 146 

Lusena 263 

Nathan 170 

Rebecca 146 

Stephen 200 
FRETHEY George W. 53 
FRIEND Richard 115 
FRISBEE Thomas 46 
FROST Abigail 257 

Isaac 269 

Luke J. 269 

Minerva 269 
FROEAN AbigaU Ann 7 

Carrie Sareent 7 

Edmund C. 7 

Hannah M. 7 

Mary Abby 7 

Sargent 7 
FRYE John B. 49 
FULLER AtUda 263 

Buckley S. 49 

Edmund 49 

Harriet 272 

Joshua 268 

Maria A. 49 

Maria B. 49 

Rosette W. 276 

Sarah 268 

Susannah 170 

Thomas N. 272 
Furbish see Forbush 
FURNIVALL Nevill Maud 

Baroness 311 
FYVEFEILD Elizabeth 121 

ate see Gates 

GADESBY Agnes 67 72 
GAGE — Miss Ixii 

Elizabeth A. 14 

Walter 14 
GALAGHER Galergher 

Martha 53 

Peter 46 

William 46 
GALLATIN Albert 208 
GALLEN Thomas 312 
GALLEY John R. 277 

Sarah 278 

Sarah Ann 278 
GALLIGAN Mary 22 

Patrick 22 

Susan 22 
Gameson see Jameson 
GARDNER Gardiner Gardyner 

A. N. 49 

Alice Gushing Ixsvii 

John 116 

John H. 49 

John L. 216 

John R. 53 

Jonathan 203 

Mary C. 275 

Perlinia 268 

Raynor Monteith xxvii 

Roger 235 

Sally M. 206 

Samuel 203 

Sisley 115 

William 115 

William P. 260 
GARLAND Anna 29 

Benjamin 29 

Betsey 33 

Caroline H. 27 

Jacob I. 37 



23 



Index of Persons 



GARLAI^'D cont'd 

John B. 34 

Lydia Ixxxv 

Sabrina 37 

Sarah 34 

Susan B. 35 
GARLICK Henry Manning ix 

GARRASON Laura M. 53 
GARRETT-PEGGE J. W. 117 
Gatchel see Getchell 
Gatchell see Getchell 
GATES Gaate Gate 



Ma 



, 25 



Charles 46 248 

Elizabeth 122 123 

John 189 248 252 261 

John Withington 25 

Mary 189 197 248 252 261 269 

Matthew 123 

Nancy 189 

Nellie May 25 

Sanford D. 25 

Susan 123 

Thomas 123 

Virett Lester 26 

Wallace Sanford 25 
GAY Frank B. 157 

Gertrude 216 

John 216 

Sarah Jane 13 
Geary see Gerry 
GENI John 136 

Jnaus Immanuel 136 
Genkin see Jenkin 
Genkyn see Jenkin 
Gennesi see Jenness 
GEORGE Elm>Ta 
Elizabeth 9 

Lydia 9 

WilUjm 9 
GERRISH Abigail 205 

BeDJamin 203 204 205 

Esther 205 

John 197 

Margaret 205 
GERRY Geary 

Elbridge 207 

John 207 

Lydia 207 

Mary A. 21 

Sarah 207 
GETCHELL Gatchel Gatchell 
Getchel 

249 250 254 255 

Abel 179 

Amos Goodwin 250 

Anna 188 

Benjamin 112 

Betty 252 

Dorcas 254 

Elisabeth 250 256 

Elisabeth Hilton 253 

Ephraim 105 

Eunice 189 192 

George 102 113 114 188 189 
196 248 249 250 253 

Hannah 251 252 254 255 

Hiram 249 

Ira 250 

Isaiah 109 251 252 255 

Jane 114 188 261 

Jeremiah 250 254 256 

Jonathan 112 113 114 199 249 
252 260 

Joseph 191 194 195 

Joshua 102 103 105 109 114 
188 252 255 258 261 

Lucy 179 

Martha 199 

Mary 187 188 189 247 248 253 
254 260 

Mercy 195 

Miriam 179 188 189 



GETCHELL cont'd 

Moses 114 

Nehemiah 249 

Noah 249 

Olcut 114 

Peter 113 

Phebe 102 103 105 109 188 
253 255 

Priscilla ^254 

Rebecca 113 114 188 189 196 
248 249 253 

Robert 254 

Sally 255 

Simon 248 

Tabitha 112 113 114 249 252 
260 

Zachary 189 248 253 254 

Zechariah 187 188 192 
GIBBONS Gibbins 

— Mr. 317 

Ambrose 316 

Cybile see Sibyl 

John 139 172 

Moritta 172 

Sibyl 139 
GIBBS Amelia 51 

Vicary 314 
GIBSON Dorothy 124 

Emily Ruthjviii 

Frances Rebecca Iviii 

George Alonzo xx X3ux Ivii 

George Cowing Iviii 

George Martin Iviii 

Kirkland Hopkins xx Iviii 

Madelaine 209 
GIFFORD Giffard Giffard le 
Boef 

Isabel 295 301 

John 301 

Margaret 295 

Mary 101 102 

Mercy 101 102 

Osberne see Osbert 

Osbert 295 298 299 301 
GILBERT Allena C. 99 

Cynthia 86 91 99 

Hamilton Smith 86 91 

Harriet 99 

Lou Mabel 91 

Lucy 80 

Martha Barber 86 91 

Maude Charlotte 91 

Nathan 86 91 

Nathan Allen 99 
GILCHRIST James R. 41 

Maria J. 41 

Mary Ixxxiii 

Robert Ixxxiv 
GILGAT — Mr. 287 
GILLETT GiUet Gillette 

Anson 143 

Canfield 173 

Cyrus B. 272 

David 142 

Edwin Fraser xxi 

Ephraim 134 

Hannah 146 

Jehiel 144 

Jeremiah 143 144 146 148 

Jerusha Wooster 140 

Mary 141 142 

Persis 134 

Sarah E. 272 

Shadrack 134 140 141 142 

Whiting 173 
GILLPATRICK 104 

Abigail 188 

Elisabeth 104 181 182 258 

Ehzabeth 104 106 180 

Hannah ISO 

James 104 

John 104 106 111 180 181 182 

Joshua 106 111 188 260 



GILLPATRICK cont'd 

Judith 181 

Mary HI 188 260 

Sarah 182 
OILMAN Ann Frances 256 

Bartholomew 107 

Benjamin Butler xxxi Ixxxvi 

Bertha Ixxxvi 

Ebenezer 107 250 

Ehsabeth 254 

Eunice 107 196 

Hannah 250 252 254 255 256 

Jane 266 

John Whittingham Uxxvi 

Joseph 250 252 254 255 256 

Julia Colton Ixxxvi 

Sarah Little 255 

Theodosia 256 

Tina Ixxxvi 
GILSON Milo 19 

Plmna B. 19 
GINGER Sarah 123 
GIUSEPPI M. S. 78 
GLAZIER Abigail P. 49 

Elizabeth Ann 49 

Ezekiel 49 
GLEASON Caroline French 15 

Charles Edwin 15 

Charles Monroe 15 

Dorothy Stephens 15 

Marie Withington 15 

Martha 27 

Mary Ehzabeth 15 

Sanford 176 

Sarah Gail 24 
GLENYSTER Katharine 121 
GLIDDEN Susan Cotter 215 
GLOVER Jos4 198 

Sarah 198 

William 287 
Goare see Gore 
GODDARD Godard 

Asa 48 

George Seymour v vii i 

Harlow 264 

Mary Ann 264 
GODFP^Y Abby Leonard 

xlviii 
GODMAN Margaret 286 288 
289 

Thomas 280 286 289 
GOLDING Louis Thorn xxi 
GOMERSALL Ellen 227 
GOMEZ Emanuel 50 
GOOCH Elizabeth 184 193 

Jane 183 

John 112 193 

Mary 185 191 192 

Nancy 186 

Sally 181 

Samuel 106 112 113 181 183 
184 185 186 259 

Sarah 106 112 113 181 183 
184 185 186 258 

WiUiam 113 
GOODALE 2M 

Abigail 185 191 

Abner 248 

Abraham 108 111 185 248 260 

Alice 186 

Betty IM 186 

Eliab 109 

Elizabeth 187 193 194 

Esther 191 

Eunice 180 

Grace 107108 185 186 248 252 

Hannah 190 

Hephzibah 252 

Irene 108 111 185 200 

John 107 1081 11 185 186 191 

248 252 254 259 
Joseph 191 



Ma 



185 



Index of Persons 



GOODALE cont'd 

Mehitahle 103 105 109 ISO 

181 183 187 
Meribah 183 

Donnel 254 



Mo 



248 



Nabby 183 
Natty 107 
Samiiel 105 110 182 183 184 

Sarah 110 182 183 184 259 

William 108 

Zachary 183 

Zechariah 103 105 109 180 
181 187 191 193 258 
GOODLAD Goodladd 

Thomas 224 228 
GOODRICH — Miss 210 

Daniel 266 

Elizur 130 

Jerusha Ann 269 

Luther 269 

Mary 266 
GOOpSPEED Charles Eliot 77 

GOODWIN Goodwyn 

Abigail 187 

Amy 179 

Anne 104 179 180 190 

Benjamin 108 

Daniel 107 Ixxxvii 

Downing 105 107 

Ebeneier 104 

Edward Ixxxvii 

Elisabeth 107 108 111 185 187 

Enoch 190 

Florence Ixxxvii 

George 112 

Hannah 184 

James Munroe Ixjutvi Ixxxvii 

James WelU xxxi liMvi 

Jeremiah 108 250 

John 107 111 112 182 184 187 

188 190 196 199 250 259 
John Denmark 108 
Joseph 107 108 111 185 187 

Joshua 104 179 180 190 

Keziah 192 

Lemuel 111 

Lydia 182 187 

Martha 185 

Martha Ann Ixxxvi 

Mary 107 108 111 112 182 184 

187 ISS 190 196 219 259 
Mehitable 186 

Ozias 159 

Paul 108 112 183 184 187 188 

Peter Rich 108 
PrisciUa 183 
Richard 104 Uxivii 
Samuel 1 12 litiuivii 
Sarah 180 181 187 250 
Susannah 104 105 107 108 112 

180 181 182 183 184 186 187 

188 257 259 
Theophilus Ixxxvii 
Thomas 104 105 107 108 180 

181 182 186 196 257 
Thomas Wells 107 
WelU Ixxivii 
WilUam 159 

Goold see Gould 
GORDON — Mr. 133 

Asa 148 

John 148 

Phebe 133 

William 148 150 
GORE Goare 

John 65 67 72 

Mary 13 65 72 



GORGES Ferdinando Sir 315 

316 317 
GORHAM Cherry 149 

Frederic 143 

George 141 143 144 147 148 
149 

Hannah 141 

John 144 

Nabby 147 

Stephen 148 
GORLEY Stephen 59 
GOSBELL Agnes 121 

Mary 125 

Thomas 121 
GOSHAM Henrv 122 
GOSNEL John 50 
GOSS Hannah 19 

Orville 19 



Rox. 



19 



GOSSAM John 115 
GOUGHE EUzabeth 224 
GOULD Goold 

Abigail 104 110 179 183 254 

257 
Bartholomew 251 254 
Bertram Cheever 5 xx 
Daniel 251 
Elizabeth Cheever 3 
George Lambert 3 4 5 76 77 

xiii xiv XX xxix xc 
Hannah 179 
Harriet Ixx 
Harriet A. Ixx 
John 3 

John Averell 3 
Joseph 3 



: Lawrence 5 

Mary 3 195 251 254 

Miriam 5 

Nathaniel 104 110 179 183 
257 

Phineas Ixx 

Rosamond 5 

Samuel 195 

Sarah Jane 8 

Solomon 3 

Warren Furber 5 

Zaccheus 3 4 5 
GOOVERNEUR Rose de Chine 

Ixxxiii 
GOVE Aroline Chase xli 

Caroline xli 

Daniel xl 

Edward xl 

Hannah L. 37 

John xl 

Leviil 

Lydia Pinkham xli 

Mary xl xli 

Moses xl 

William Henry xxxii xl 

William Pinkham ili 
GOWEN Elisabeth 182 

John 104 

Keziah 104 109 179 182 196 
257 

Mary 179 

Mercy 191 

NichoUs 104 109 179 182 191 
257 
GRACE Emmanuel 31 

Mary 31 
GRACEY Gracie 

171 

Archibald 209 

Charity 151 

Curtiss 152 

Daniel ISO 

Ebenczer 150 151 152 

Edward 171 

Elizabeth Davidson 209 

Margaret Bethune 209 
GRAPP Catherine de 266 



GRAFF cont'd 

Eliza de 268 

Tohn de 268 
GRAFTON H. D. 50 
GRAHAM 15C 

Andrew 152 

Andrew Smith 152 



GRANDIN George Wilbert 
(Mrs.) XX xxxix 

Mabel Gordon xx 
GRANT George W. 33 

SaUy 33 
GRASSELLI Caesar Augustin 

GRAVES Grave 

Elizabeth 14 

Mary 85 

Thomas 53 
GRAY Grai Graio Graye Grey 

251 254 

— de300 

Abbas 251 

Abiah 23 

Alice de 298 300 

Anna 31 

Anschetil de 295 296 297 298 
299 300 

Anskitillus see Anschetil 

Arnulph de Sieur 296 

Billy xlvi 

Columbanus de 296 300 

Comfort 30 

Daniel 43 106 

Daniel B. 28 

Elijah 109 

Elisabeth 106 259 

EUza T. 38 

Enos 251 

Eunice 256 

Eva de 295 296 298 299 300 

Francis Henry 217 

Frederic 210 

George 105 

Gilbert de 297 

Gisla de 296 

Hawise see Helwise 

Hawysia see Helwise 

Hedwiga Regina 217 

Helwise de 299 300 

Henry de 298 297 

Japheth 30 

John 106 259 

John de 298 300 

John de Bp. of Norwich 296 
297 299 300 

John de Sir 296 

Joshua 105 107 109 110 112 
180 182 188 251 254 256 257 

Mabilia de 296 



Ma 



. L. 37 



Mary 37 38 180 

Mary J. 43 

Morris 217 

Nigel de 296 

Phebe 180 195 

Priscilla 251 256 

Reginald 217 

Richard de 296 298 299 300 

Robert 37 1 10 112 

Robert de 297 299 300 

Rose 217 

Sarah 31 

Sarah F. 33 

Susannah 105 107 109 110 112 

180 182 188 
Theodosia ISS 



Index of Persons 



GRAY conf.l 
Thomas 56 

Thomas dc 298 299 300 
Tm-gis de 296 
Turstin 290 
Turstin Baron de Grai and 

Douneville see Grai and 

Douneville Baron 
Walter de Abp. of York 299 

300 
Walter de Bp. of Worcester 

William 33 38 206 

William de 297 298 299 300 

Yette 254 
GREELEY Caroline Ann Ixix 
GREEN Greene 

Abigail 194 

Charles Montraville 243 

Daniel ^Q 

Eleanor R. 35 

Elizabeth Clarke 211 

Frank Lester 95 

Jessie Emma 95 

Jessie Macdonough liii 

John 59 15G 

Laura A. 278 

Lester Bruce 95 

Mary Elizabeth 95 

OUver 35 

Sylvia 6 

TTiomas 46 

William 53 161 

WUliam Howe 76 ixii 
GREENLAW William Prescott 

75 V \n vii viii j. xiii xi:t 
GREENLEAFE Joseph 312 

Katharine 312 
GREENOUGH Catherine Scol- 
lay lii 

Chester Noyes li 

Edith lii 

William Whitwell hi 
Gr^gOire — dc Chevalier see 

S.-'Uveur de Gr^goire 
GRENFIELD Grinnald 147 

Hans Hobart 147 
Grey see Gray 
GRIDLEY Abraham 240 

Grace 240 

Joseph 240 

Richard 240 
GRIFFIN Griflen 

— Lieut. 172 

— Miss 204 
Andrew 140 
Charles 140 142 
Esther 147 
Freegift 142 
Grace Gardner 100 
Huldah 145 
John 145 146 147 153 
Mabel 14S 
Moses 148 
OUve 153 
Sophia 263 

GRIGG George 122 
GRINNELL Grinnal 

Albert 46 

Daniel 129 

Frank W. 321 

Lucy 148 

Matthew 129 

Mitty 148 

Rose 129 

Sally 151 

William 148 151 
GRISWOLD Hannah 133 

James 132 

Jeremiah 133 
GROAT John B. 275 

Sarah 275 
GROOM Francis N'. 266 

Lucy A. 270 



GROOM cont'd 

Lucy Ann 266 

Nelson 270 
GROSSE Abigail 79 

Elizabeth 79 

Huldah 79 

Thomas 79 
GROSSMAN Sylvia ; 

William 277 
GROVER John 124 

Robert R. 50 
GUEST John 260 

Mary Ann 266 
GUFFIT Guffett 

Abia 219 

Abiel 219 

Edward 219 
GUILD Courtenay 16 



SUTLLE 



50 



MAN John R. 48 
GULL Thomas 288 289 
GUNN Gun 

133 

Abel 134 137 

Beda 143 

Charlotte 148 

Edward 134 

Haimah 141 

Jobamah 131 

Nathaniel 131 133 141 143 
146 148 
GUNTHER Sophia 26 
GURNEY Asa 271 

Wealthy W. 272 

William 117 
GUSTIN Emily 263 
GUTSHALL Elizabeth 25 
GWINN James 46 

HACEETT Hannah 37 

Jeremiah M. 40 

John O. 37 

Mary Ann S. 40 
HADDOCKE Christian 110 127 

Richard 116 127 
HADLEY Myra D. 91 

Myron 90 

NeU Colton 90 

Susan M. 19 
Hail see Hale 
HAINER Eugene J. mi 
HALE Hail Hales 

23S 239 

Abraham 137 

Anne Tagpard 215 

Beman 137 150 133 

Betsey Ixxvi 

Edith xxi 

Elisha 137 

Eliza J. 86 

Harry 215 

John 55 Ixxvi 

Joseph 48 150 Ixix 

Lewis 153 

Lucmda 215 

Martha S. 38 

Marv 215 

Matthew 215 

iNathan 241 Ixix 

Otis K. 276 

Peter 46 

Rebecca Ixix 

Robert 219 

Samuel 137 

Thomas 75 76 Ixxvi 

Thomasine 75 70 

WiUiam 150 

Wyllis 153 
HALEY Joseph 181 192 258 

Marv 181 258 

Susannah 181 
HALL — Capt. 150 

Abigail 28 29 32 33 

Anne Martha 12 



HALL cont'd 
Betsey 33 
C. Jane 43 
Charlotte 42 
Clarissa 36 
Daniel 31 
David E. 50 53 
David O. 44 
Desdamony 31 
Ebenezer 176 
Edward 312 
Elizabeth S. 41 
Fanny 34 
H. W. (Mrs.) 240 
Hannah 29 34 37 39 
Harriet R. 50 53 
Harry Rowne 11 
Hiland Kennedy 11 
Hubert xx 
Isaac 171 
Israel 35 
Izannah 32 
John 33 
John W. 43 
Jonathan 33 
Joseph 33 42 
Joseph H. 34 
Lois 30 
Lucretia 32 
Lydia 30 31 33 35 
Lydia S. 43 
Mary 33 
Mary Arm 35 
Mary C. 42 
Nathaniel 30 
Orrin 171 
Phillis 11 
Ralph 30 
Rhoda 176 
Sally 30 39 267 
Samuel D. 35 
Samuel H. 37 
Sarah 30 34 
Silas 31 

Sophronia M. 44 
Stephen C. 30 
Susannah 30 
Tamzine H. 37 
Thomas 75 



Tho 



^75 



Willii 

William Franklin xxvii 

Winthrop 33 
HALLO WAY Seymore 50 
Hally see Hawley 
HALTON Katharine 312 
HAM Abby Y. 44 

Alice 40 

Clement 40 

Deborah 31 

James 33 

John W. 44 

Lanora F. 39 

Lemuel B. 31 

Margaret R. 40 

Mary 29 

Mary H. 33 

Mary Jane 37 

Phebe L. 39 

Sarah 41 

Sarah G. 42 

Sarah M. 30 

Thomas 29 

Tristram 40 

William 47 
Hambhn see Hamlen 
HAMILTON Alexander 205 
HAMLEN Hambhn 

Hannah L. 270 

Lewis C. 270 

PoUy 87 

Rhoda 269 
HAMMOND Hammon Hamon 
Hamond 



Index of Persons 



HAMMOrrO ccntM 
Bermet 65 
Charlea Mifflin 217 
Daniel 62 73 

Eliiabeth Crowninshield 2i; 
Gardiner Greene 217 
Harriet Paine 217 
Jane 65 73 
John 58 58 
Judith 65 
Mary 73 
Otis Grant viii 
Priscilla 59 61 65 73 
Waiiam 89 61 65 73 198 
HANCOCK Anson 63 
John ilvi 
Susan 53 
HAND Augustus C. 215 
Ellen Safome 215 
Mary lix 
HANDY Helen T. 274 

John B. 274 
HAWHAM Fanny D. 47 

James R. 47 
HAnLEY James H. 50 
HANNAFORD Lydia 36 
HANNIGAN Annie Judson 77 
HANSCOM Hanscam Hans- 
comb 
John 32 37 
Love 33 
Mary 37 
Sally 32 
HANSON Abby E. 42 
Abigail 28 
Betsey 28 29 
Cleb 30 
Ebenezer 28 
EHia W. 42 
Esther 40 
Fanny E. 44 
Hannah 32 40 
Horatio G. 44 
John2S 
John D. 40 
John M. 46 
Judith 31 
Lucy 43 
Mary 28 
Nathaniel 29 
Sally 30 
S:irah 38 
HAPGOOD Abigail Russell l.i 
David liv 
Harriet E. 7 
Lydia liv 
HARANG Alice 300 

Ralph 300 
HARBROnGH— Widow 122 

Amy 122 
HARDING Hardinge 

210 

Elizabeth 116 127 
Mary 106 
Richard 116 
Samuel 116 127 
Stephen 106 192 
Warren Gamaliel xx 
HARDON Henry Winthrop 3 1 
HARDY Anson 27 
Betsey 27 '■ 
Charles Augustus 14 
Edith E. 14 
Elizabeth Cole 14 
Frances Maria 27 
Frank H. 14 



HARGER cont'd 

Ann 138 

Aurilla 150 

Benjamin 141 142 143 144 146 

Betsey 173 

Betty 135 

Ebenezer 172 

Edward 134 142 149 150 

Elizabeth 135 

Ephraim 135 

Hannah 142 

Tabez 172 

Joseph 136 146 

Lusena 144 

Martha 141 

Mary 146 

Naomi 140 

Patience 135 

Philo 141 

Samuel 134 135 136 138 140 
141 

Sarah 142 

William 143 
Harinrton sre Harrington 
HARKNESS Burnham 277 

Daniel A. 277 

Edith iii 

Frances 277 

Ruth Ann 277 

William Lamson (Mrs.) xxi 
HARLOW George Richardson 

Joshua 313 

Mary 269 

Phebe313 

Stephen B. 269 
HARMAN John 192 
HARRXMAN E. H. Mxiv 
HARRINGTON Harington 

Emily xxxvi 

John 267 

Nathaniel 192 

Sarah Ann 267 

Tryphena 264 
HARRIS Abigail 176 

Allen A. 176 

Ann 263 

Avery E. 176 

Clarissa 271 

Cornelia Walker xxxiv 

E. W, 176 

Elijah 176 

Elisha 176 

Elizabeth A. 51 

Ezra 53 



: 27 



May 14 

Samuel 14 

Sarah Jane 14 
HARE Elizabeth 121 

William 121 
HARGER Abraham 139 141 172 
173 



Isaac 176 

John 176 

John R, 51 

Manda 176 

Manila H. 178 

Mary 176 

Melinda 176 

Pamela 176 

Polly 176 

Rebecca Ixix 

Richard B. (Mrs.) xxxiv 

WilUam 46 176 

William E. 176 
HARRISON Harryson Haryson 
Herrv-son 

Ann 68 71 

Elizabeth 56 62 69 

Louise 246 

Ralph 285 286 

Thomas 59 62 68 69 71 
HART Elizabeth 199 

John 192 199 

Mary 60 75 199 

Richard 60 75 

Valentine 75 

William 75 
HARTER Mary 60 



HARTFORD F. W. 315 

Martha 34 
HARTY Mary 60 75 
Richard 60 75 
Valentine 60 75 
William 60 75 
HARVEY Harvy 

John 104 114 251 255 256 261 
Lydia 114 255 261 
Martha 192 
Mary 251 255 256 
Mary C. 50 
Philadelphia 104 
Robert 62 70 
Rose 62 70 
Samuel 50 
WiUiam 114 
HARWELL HorweU 

Thomas 225 
HARWOOD Horwood 
Alexander 58 
Olive Harriet xxii 
Haryson see Harrison 

HASELWOOD 281 

HASKELL Alice Russell 217 
Caroline WatU 217 
Elisha 217 
Hasleton see Hazleton 
HASRAM Stephen 69 
HASTINGS Calvin 7 
Eliza 7 
Henry 274 
Julia 272 
Julia J, 274 
Katharine B. xxii 
RusseU (Mrs.) 76 xxii 
Sidney S. 272 
HASTY (ieorge Z. 52 
HATCH Hath 

108 183 249 

Abigail 179 152 

Abijah 106 259 

Abijah Sherman 147 

Abraham 108 181 183 184 259 

Alice Soule Ixvii 

Amy 252 

Ann 181 

Austin 149 

Barak 113 

Bathsheba 103 105 106 179 

185 195 
Benjamin 103 106 108 185 193 

194 259 
Betty 183 185 
Caroline Blanchard Ixvii 
Chauncey L. 48 
David 103 
Dolly 190 
Dorothy 102 257 
Ebenezer 104 247 
Eliab 103 112 188 247 249 250 

252 260 
Elias 106 
Elisabeth 106 103 183 185 196 

259 
Elisha 110 111 196 260 
Elizabeth 187 193 194 
Ephraim 112 
Eunice 181 
Evet 107 
Experience 179 
Fanny 253 

Francis 113 179 180 181 182 
Gideon 180 182 196 258 
Hannah 103 106 193 194 193 

250 259 
Harris Blanchard Ixvii 
Hephzibah 179 
Huldah 184 
Isaac 102 258 
Israel Uvii 
Israel Ellis Ixvii 
Israel H. xxx Ixvi Ixvii 
Itbamar 249 



Index of Persons 



HATCH cont'd 
Jacob 105 249 250 
James 247 
Jemima 182 
Jeremiah 190 257 
Jeremy 103 179 
Jerusha 103 179 247 25S 
Jesse 107 no 182 259 
Joel Uvi Ixvii 
John 103 105 106 179 185 192 

195 
Johnson 108 113 
Jonathan 103 104 107 108 110 

112 113 179 181 187 196 

247 250 252 257 2(30 
Joseph 105 194 250 
Joshua 105 106 109 113 181 

183 188 252 258 
Jotham 106 
Lemuel 107 
Levi 103 108 
Lonihamah 110 112 113 247 

252 260 
Lydia 103 112 179 182 188 

190 247 250 252 257 260 
Mary 107 110 182 188 192 

195 257 259 
Mehitable 185 
Mercy 180 



Mil 



183 



Moses 106 
Noah 103 249 253 261 
Obadiah 103 179 258 
: 108 181 184 252 



Oln 



183 



Philip 192 

Priscllla 103 104 107 108 179 

181 187 257 
Priscilla Storer 188 
Rebecca 180 182 258 Uvi 
Rhoda 179 
Richard WaUcer 113 
Rosanna 181 

Ruth 113 179 180 181 182 
Sally 146 249 253 261 
Samuel 109 

Sarah 1 10 1 1 1 182 188 196 260 
Sherman 146 147 149 152 
Simeon 108 180 183 258 
Stephen 112 
Storer 108 
Susannah 105 106 109 113 180 

181 183 188 196 252 258 
Tabitha 180 
Temperance 180 
Theodore 106 
Thomas 111 
Thomas Wells 110 
Tracy Weston Ixvii 
Walter Uvi 
WUham Uvi 
HATFIELD Susannah 75 



Hath : 



Ha 



HATHAWAY Hathway 

— Mr. 271 

Alice Russell 217 

James L. Un 

Mary Lincoln \xix 
HAVEN Alfred Ixiv 

E. Otis Ixiv 

Georgiana Augusta 14 

Gilbert X 

Harriet Amelia 14 

Katharine Ixiv 

Waldo 14 

William Ingraham 14 
HAVILAND Frank (Mrs.) xvii 
HA WES Elizabeth Holbrook 83 

Frank Mortimer 44 

Harriet Matilda 100 

Squier 100 
HAWKES Alice 226 

Grace Sprague Ixiiv 

John 22U 



HAWKINS - 

Alithea 153 
Alvah P. 3 
Andrew 32 
Benjami 
Charity 144 



31 



Da 



141 



Daniel 134 144 
Deborah Jane 3! 
Dorcas 134 
Edward 152 



EUe: 



141 



Ehjah 147 148 

Esther 138 

Eunice 147 

Frances 37 

Grace 144 

Hannah 28 145 148 

Hosea33 

Ira 171 

Isaac 172 173 

Joel B. 28 

Jonas 140 

Joseph 143 

Lucy 143 150 

Lydia 141 

Mary 33 150 

Mary L. 32 

Peter 150 171 173 

Reuben 141 171 

Robert 139 

Sally 153 

Samuel 138 139 140 141 143 
144 145 

Sarah 31 143 

Silas 148 150 153 171 174 

Susannah 31 

William P. 39 

Zadok 141 143 
HAWLEY Hally 

149 150 

Albertine Gertrude 95 

Benjamin S. 53 

Betsey 94 

Carrie C. 95 

Celia99 

Cornelia 94 

Don Carlos 95 

Ira 95 

Israel 33 

John 149 152 153 

Joseph ISO 

Lyman 94 

Mary 33 

Nelson 63 

Newton 153 
HAY lohn Ixxii 
HAYDEN Joseph S. 50 

Marybeth 53 

Nehemiah 53 
HAYES Abigail 27 

Betsey C. 41 

Charles H. 41 

Charles T. 41 

EUza A. 44 

George 46 

George A. (Mrs.) lixxi 

George O. 44 

Hannah 39 

John Joseph 82 



Li! 



: P. 43 



Martha 39 
Mary 28 35 43 
Neal Ixxxi 
Paul H. 35 
Rachel 32 
Sarah Jane 41 
HAYNES Heines He 

226 . 

Frances 226 230 
Hope Manchester ' 
John 226 
Nicholas 225 
Richard 224 



HAYNES cont'd 

Thomas 226 230 

William 226 
HAYWARD Haywood 

Humphrey 226 

Thomas 225 
HAZARD Elvira Uixviii 
HAZELL Allen 50 
HAZLETON Hasleton Heselton 

Levi 172 173 

Lucretia 172 

Roswell 172 

Susan H. 43 
HEACOCK Heacoi Heekocks 

149 

— Capt. 131 133 

Reuben 149 
HEAD Annie Sanford xvii 
HEADIN Polly 263 
Heard stt Hurd 
HEATH Ehsabeth 196 

Ehzabeth 79 
HEBYNS Richard 223 
HEDGES Alfred 269 270 273 

Esther 0. 269 273 274 27J 
277 

Harvey J. 274 

Melissa 277 

Olive Esther 269 
Heekocks see Heacock 
HEELY Ann lixxi 

Blanche \xxxi 

Gertrude Ixxxi 

John Jasper Ixxxi 

Laura Cornelia xxii Ixil 

Neal lixii 

Ruth Uxxi 

William Ixixi 
HEGEMAN Annie Iv 

Annie M. Iv 
Heines see Haynes 
HEMENWAY Hemmenway 

Abigail 189 

Charles 109 

Courtenay xxii 

Elisabeth 182 250 251 252 254 
256 261 

Ehzabeth 196 255 

Eunice 185 

Hannah 109 

Jane 188 

Jonathan 108 

Mary 104 106 108 109 111 180 
181 182 185 188 189 196 

Moses 104 106 108 109 111 
180 181 182 ISS 18S 189 250 
251 252 254 255 256 261 

Myles 81 xxii 

Phineas 104 

Ralph 81 111 252 

Samuel 109 

Samuel Gooch 250 

Sarah ISO 256 

William 251 
HENCHMAN Mary 219 
HENDERSON GUbert 276 

John 220 

Mary 276 
HENDRIKSON James 275 
HENDRIX Hendiiyx 



Lu 



. 271 



S. V. R. 271 
Henerey see Henry 
HENMAN Ephraim 151 
HENNESSEY Anna 22 
HENRY I of England 297 
Henry (de Newburgh oihgrwise 
de Beaumont) Earl of 
Warwick see Warwick Earl 
of 
HENRY Henerey 
Almira B. 271 
David 156 



Index of Persons 



HENRY cont'd 


HILL cont'd 


HILTON cont'd 


Esther 20 


Betsey F. 37 


Nathaniel 249 


Hester 2G6 


Carohne D. 35 


OUve 186 


James B2 


Catherine 31 


Phila 256 


Simon J. 271 


Charles A. 43 


Ralph 251 


HEREFORD AND ESSEX 


Elwnezer 108 


Samuel Bourn 248 


Bohun Humphrey de Earl 


Edwin Charles 322 


Sophia 255 


of 311 


Elisabeth 105 109 112 113 181 


Temperance 189 


HERRICK Betsey 265 


182 183 186 188 258 


Theodore 114 


Hannah 10 


Eliza C. 37 


William 112 187 24'^ Jj'J 253 


Helen T. 274 


Ehzabeth 108 


254 255 250 201 317 


Jedediah Ixixi 


Elizabeth Keith Ixxv 


HINCHIN William 226 


Sarah Thompson lixxi 
Herryson see Harrison 


Fanny 34 


HINCKIEY Samuel 170 


Francis Lowell (Mrs.) Ixxv 


Sarah 170 


HERVEY James'157 


Hannah 39 181 251 255 


Thomas 170 


Heselton see Hajleton 


Hannah A. 40 


HINES Hine 


HEWIT Archelaus 192 


Helen 198 


Dan 145 148 150 152 


Mary 19.1 


Henry 108 113 


David 148 


HEWSOME Grissie ImIx 


Huldah 106 107 108 109 111 


Ebenezer 152 


Heyd see Hyde 
Keynes see Haynes 


112 181 188 239 


Hannah 146 


Jacob 111 


James 267 
Rebecca 146 


HIBBS Abdon Buckman 25 


Japhet 109 


Anna 15 


John 34 36 112 


Sarah 145 148 


Edwin Buckman 25 


John S. 30 33 


Thaddeus 142 146 148 


Jacob 25 
Jonathan 25 


John Tebbets 252 

Jonathan 106 107 108 109 111 


William 142 


HINMAN 151 


Lambert 25 


112 133.181 188 259 


Andrew 114 189 261 


Mabel Hutchison 25 


Joseph 28^5 106 108 189 198 


Ephraim 150 


Marian Maude 25 


251 252 254 255 259 


Eunice 114 189 281 


William 25 


Joshua 33 


Gideon 155 


HICKS Edward J. 90 


Julia Emma 218 


Tames 114 
Moses 155 


Frances Janes 90 
Helen Mar 90 


Katurah 33 


Lemuel 133 


Noah 156 


Horace ^anes 90 

Lewis Wilder vi xxviij xxxiil 


Levi G. 38 


0. B. 48 


Lew Cass vi 


Parthenia 189 


Lilies 2fi9 


Lucy 30 


Simeon 151 


R. L. 50 


Lydia 35 


Williim Ephraim 150 


Thomas 269 


Mahala 28 


HINSDALE Mary 268 


Hide see Hyde 
Hierne see Hyern 


Mary 37 106 108 188 196 251 


HIPKISS Edwin James xvii 


252 254 255 


HISCOX Martha xxxix 


HIGGIE Ellen M. 274 


Mary E. 43 


HITCHCOCK Abraham 147 


John 274 
HIGGINS Archibald 263 


Mary M. 39 


Bennel 151 


Matthew Richie 109 


Betsey 145 


Esther 203 


Nancy 30 


Chancey 149 


John 155 158 
Marie W. 16 


Nancy H. 42 


Ebenezer 144 149 152 


Nathaniel 106 192 


Jabesh 149 
Mittee 149 


Miles 50 


Nellie B. 19 


Peegy 192 
HIGGINSON Alexander 


Oliver 35 


Nancy 148 


Grin T. 43 


Samuel 145 147 148 151 152 


Henry 209 


Polly 33 35 38 


173 


Andrew 312 


Pnscilla 181 190 193 


HIXON Emma Jane xxi 


Cecile Pauline 209 


Sally 41 


HOADLEY Mary Elizabeth 95 


Corina 209 


Samuel 105 112 


HOAR Jonn Ixxvi 


Deborah 205 


Sarah 183 189 


HOBART Charles 53 


EUzabeth 205 312 


Stephen 28 


Garret Augustus Ixxxiv 


Elizabeth Hazzard 209 


Susan 29 


John S3 


Francis Lee 209 xii 


Wilham 30 


Mary Ann 53 


George 208 209 


HILTON 249 254 


Peter 53 


Henry Lee 209 


Abigail 252 


HOBBS Hobbes 


Ida 209 


Abner 249 


Abigail 250 252 253 261 


. ames Jackson 209 


Benjamin 112 


Elisabeth 253 


.eanne209 


Charlotte 189 


Hans 250 


ohn 312 


Dorcas Banks 253 254 


Huldah 111 112 


.ulia209 
Margaret Bethune 209 


Dosia 256 


Jane 252 

Jonathan Sayward 111 


Ebenezer 112 189 248 249 251 


Martha 209 


255 256 261 


Joseph HI 112 181 192 


Mary Cabot 208 


Edward 112 114 249 252 253 


Sarah 181 


Mary Lee 209 


254 201 317 


Sayward 112 


Mary Louisa 214 


Ehzabeth 187 


Sukey 253 


Rosamond 209 


Eunice 252 


Tnomas 250 252 253 201 


Ruth 312 


Frederick 249 


HOBBY Charles Sir 204 


Stephen 203 205 


Freelove 192 249 250 253 254 


HOBDAY Hobdaie 


HILER Grace Greenleaf ixii 


255 258 


Sarah 71 


HILL Hills 


Hadassah 256 


Stephen 61 67 71 


279 


Hannah 112 188 189 260 


HODGDON Hogdsdon 


Abigail 33 182 


Ivy 250 


Allen 46 


Abigail B. 38 


ohn 249 


Betsey 29 


Abraham 108 


oshua 112 186 189 260 


Betsey N. 36 


Adams Sherman 1 


Lucy 254 256 


Danus 35 


AdeUne W. 43 


Lydia 186 


Ehsha 39 


Azariah B. 39 


Martha 249 


Eliza T. 38 


Benjamin 105 108 109 112 113 


Mary 112 114 187 189 192 


George P. 33 


181 182 183 188 188 269 


248 251 252 253 258 201 


Hannah 39 


Betsey 28 29 30 33 36 37 


Nancy 253 


James 36 



Index of Persons 



HODGDON cont'd 
Mary 35 



Mu 



[38 



Nancy 38 

Phebe 33 

Rebecca 35 

Sally 29 

Samuel H. 29 35 

WiUiam 38 
HODGES Hodge 

Benjamin 278 

G. M. 278 

M. 278 

Theodore 47 
HODGKINS G. W. 47 

Judson Ixxxi 

Ruth llixi 
HODGMAN Arthur Winfred i 
HODGSON Hodson 

Mary 221 

Thomas 221 
HOES C. F. Ixxxii 

Elizabeth Sea brook Ixxziii 

Gouvemeur Ixxjtiii 

Isabell Derrance Isxxiii 

John Paul lixjiii 

Laurence Gouveraeur lucxi 

Lucy Maria Ixxxii 

Rose de Chine Ixxxiii 

Roswell Randall utviii liix 
lixjdii 
Hogdson see Hodgdon 
HOKER William 55 
HOLBROOK Abel 171 

Abigail 136 139 

Ann 140 

Asten 139 

Benjamin 147 

Cyrus 148 

Dan 146 

David 149 

David Wales 146 

Esther 138 149 

Eunice 148 

Hannah 144 

John 135 136 137 138 139 140 
143 144 147 149 151 162 

Joseph 140 142 146 

Mary 140 

Nabby 151 

Nathaniel 137 146 148 149 

Patty 171 

Philo 136 148 150 

Richard 144 

Samuel xlvi 

Sarah 6 142 

Thomas Clark 171 

WilUam Sir 171 
HOLDEN Holding 

Mindwell 27 

Susan 276 
HOLDRIDGE Mary 269 

William 209 
HOLLAND Benjamin 46 

Frederick West xxxv 

Harriet xxxv 

Henry Ware xxsi xxxv 
HOLLED John 79 
HOLLET George 66 

Katharine 66 
HOLLIDAY Robert SO 
HOLUNGSWORTH David A. 

159 
HOLMAN Mary Lovering 318 

Winifred ii 
HOLMES Amelia Lee 206 

Charlotte 30 

E.G. 53 

Frances Moseley 13 
George 13 

Hannah 35 

Harriet 41 
John C. 35 
Nancy 29 



HOLMES cont'd 

Noah 29 30 

OUver Wendell 206 
HOLTON Katharine May : 
HOLYOKE Jane 88 

Silas 88 
Homstead see Olrastead 
HONYWOOD Robert Sir 239 

240 
HOOD Comby 219 

Rebecca 218 219 
HOOPER Hannah 211 

Nathaniel Ixii 
HOPKINS Charlotte E. 85 

Edward Iii 

Esther Elizabeth 275 

Ezekiel 273 278 

G. M. 278 

Giles Uvii 

N. A. 278 

Stephen 170 Iviii Ixvii 

Susan 273 278 
HOPPING Affea 265 

Catherine 265 

Catherine T. 265 

Charles 266 

Mary 265 266 
HORSMAN Hosman 

Elizabeth 79 

Samuel 46 
HORTON Thomas 225 
Horwell see Harwell 
Horwood see Harwood 



Ho 



HOTCHKISS 88 

Betsey Soule 86 

Charlotte 86 

Eunice 86 
HOUGH Mary 26 

Samuel 26 
HOUGHTON Clement Stevens 

76 77 
House see Howes 



How 



f Ho 



HOWARD Benjamin 46 52 216 
Charles Allen xxi 
Edward 9 
Elijah 12 



Eli: 



277 



.216 



Ellen Jeannette 12 

Emeline 46 52 

Fidelia 12 

George W. 41 

Hamet 216 

Harriet N. 9 

James L. 160 

Jane 40 

Jeremiah 31 

Jerusha 7 

Lucy 41 

Lucy Ma 

Luke 46 

Mahala 41 

Mary Ann 6 

Mehitable 39 

Ora 50 

Rebecca 219 

Sally 31 

Sarah Ann 41 

Stephen 46 

Susan 36 
HOWD Howde 

Hannah 143 

John 135 143 

Sarah 135 
HOWDEN H. C. 264 
HOWE How 

A. P. 46 

Abigail 134 

Ann 123 

Caroline 27 

Catherine 267 

Charles 50 53 

Edward 27 



HOWE cont'd 
Edward WULard 
Eliza 50 53 
Ephraim 131 133 



Ma 



27 



Harriet 27 

Jacob Alonzo 27 

John 123 131 

Julia Ward 320 

Lucy 35 

Mary J. 274 

P. P. 269 

Peter 268 

Samuel 133 134 

Stephen H. 274 

William R. 267 
HOWEN Howio 

Anna 219 

John 219 

Mary 219 
HOWES House 

Clarissa lix 

Florence Reynolds 169 v viii 
xvii xviii 
Howin see Howen 
HOWISON George Holmes 

Ixii 
HOWLAND Edward C. 52 

John 170 242 
HOWLEY John 151 

Nathan 151 
HOWRIGAN Maria Betsey 87 

William H. 87 
HOYT George 32 

Izannah 32 

John C. 50 

Rufus 48 
HUBBARD Hubbert'Hubburd 

— Miss Ixii 

— Mr. 317 
Asa 105 
Betsey 256 

Hannah 103 104 105 179 191 

195 
Heard 103 
Jane 179 
Jeremiah 102 
John 281 
John Heard 103 104 106 179 

195 
Lydia 132 

Marj' 102 103 106 180^58 
■ ■ ribah 192 251 256 



Mo 



103 



athan 132 

Noah 104 251 256 

Polly 236 

Samuel 251 

Thomas 313 

Warwick 102 103 106 180 258 

William 106 251 
HTJBBEL 149 173 

Hannah 149 

Richard 145 151 153 
Hubbert see Hubbard 
Hubburd see Hubbard 
HUCKINS Abra 28 

Hannah A. 40 

Israel 33 

John 40 

Joseph 33 43 

Lizzie 43 

Martha Ann 37 

Mary 31 34 

Robert 31 

Sarah 33 

Susannah M. 33 
HUCKXEBONE Everett 100 
100 



Index of Persons 



HUDSON cont'd 
a Mary 221 

Thomas 221 
HUFF Thoma3 C. 4? 
HUGGYT Margery 65 
Hugh Earl of Chester see 

Chester Earl of 
HUGHES Anna IS 

Austin 15 

Edwin Holt I 

Elizabeth 25 

Ethel A. 92 

Teannette 15 

Rebecca Ixxviii 

Vi ncent 92 
HULKER Stephen 240 
HULL Hulls 

Abel 145 148 152 

Abigail 141 144 

Abijah 145 147 149 150 163 171 

Anna 130 

BiUe 149 

Cornelia 93 

David 139 

David E. SO 53 

EUsa 153 

Emily 171 

Eunice 141 

Franklin 93 

Hannah 134 140 172 

Harriet R. 50 53 

John 147 

Joseph 130 135 

Josiah 143 

KaU 144 

Lucy 141 



Ma 



, 93 



Myra 171 

Nabby 142 

Nancy 150 171 

Phebe 150 

Samuel 139 140 141 142 143 
149 160 152 153 171 

Sarah 130 142 

Stephen Mansfield 153 

Taphenes 141 

Thomas Yale 172 

WiUiam 135 
HUMASTON Street 176 
Huraphreies see Humphrey 
HUMPHREVILLE ..Eliphalet 
138 139 M 

Esther 141 -",. ^ 

Nabby 139 . — 3 -j^ 

Sarah 138 '5:1;^:^^ 

Thomas 141 
HUMPHREY Humphreies 
Humphreys Humphries 
Humphris Humphrys 

Anna 173 

Betty 137 

Clarence Blake xc 

Edward 122 

Elizabeth 122 

Gad 50 53 

Isaac 152 153 171 

Jabez 153 

James 135 136 137 138 171 

John 133 

Mary 135 

Mary S. 60 53 

Nancy 152 

Richard Clapp xc 

Robert 122 

Samuel 136 

Sarah Elizabeth xc 

Susan M. xc 
HUNCKS William 225 
HUNGERFORD Eunice 85 86 

Martha 93 

Mary 85 

Samuel 85 

Thomas 85 

Zorah 86 



HUNKING Mark Ixxx 
HUNNEWKLL James Melville 
78 V vi vii viii X xiv xxvii 

Jane Wells 214 
HUNT Hunte 

Alvira 263 

Asa 263 

Burleigh 313 

Charlotte 313 

Enoch 313 

Hannah 263 J 

John 313 

Jois 122 

Joseph 313 

Joyce 126 

Lucy 313 

Mary 27 68 313 

Sarah 313 

Solomon 313 

Stephen 68 

Thomas 122 126 
HUNTER J. M. G. 48 

Richard 50 
HUNTINGTON Henry 
Edwards ix xxi 

Lucinda 274 

Marius 274 
HUNTON William 46 
HUNTRESS Abigail 313 

Anna 313 

Betsey 39 

Carohne D. 35 

Jacob 313 

Lucy 313 

Mary 43 

Samuel 313 

Solomon 313 
. Sophia M. 39 
HURD Heard 

— 171 

Abigail 189 

Daniel 105 107 110 112 182 
184 189 259 

George 30 

Jabez 171 

John 110 

Lydia 105 107 110 112 132 
184 189 259 

Mary 184 

Nathaniel 107 

Sarah M. 30 

Th eodore 112 
HURLBUT Hurlbutt 

Caleb 133 

Comfort 132 

Elmer P. 92 

Lydia Mabel 92 

Mary Ann 91 

Reuben 132 

W illiam 133 
HURLEY John 22 

Julia 21 

Mary 22 
HURNETT John 62 
HUSE Sarah 19 
HUSSEY Busy 

Abby E. 42 

Alice 30 

John 42 

Marj' 23S 

Reuben 30 
HUSTON John 191 

Margaret 191 
Husy see Hussey 
HUTCHINS Cynthia A. 50 

EUzabeth 

George W. 50 

Mary W. 50 
HUTCHINSON Hutchison 

Anne 198 

Deborah 268 

EUzabeth 202 

Jane A. 268 



HUTCHINSON cont'd 

Lucy 266 

Marian Maude 25 

Richard Ixxvi 

Thomas 200 
HYDE Heyd Hide 

Austin "rabor 25 

Cornelia M. 272 

Daniel 173 

Harry 173 

Helen 95 

Jerre Beard 173 

Karl 95 

Loraine Amelia 95 

Mana xlviu 

Nathalie Stanwood 25 

Nathan 173 

Pitt William xlviii 

Rebecca 95 

Reuben 95 272 

Sarah Ma 



Sen 



I 95 



HYERN Hierne Hyome Hyren 
Elizabeth 226 
John 224 
Richard 226 

INGALLS Florence Mary 99 

Mary Waterman 99 

Samuel 99 
INGERSOLL Abby Ixixvii 

Bethia 244 
INGERSON Lucy M. 38 
INGHAM AngeUne 276 
INGLEE Caroline Bass xxivi 
INGRAHAM Abijah 134 136 

Benjamin 134 135 136 137 

Hannah 135 

Samuel 137 
ISHAM Allena C. 99 

Amanda H. 86 87 

Anna Jane 87 99 

Asahel 87 

Betsey A. 87 

Clara Augusta 87 99 

Ella Agnes 86 87 99 

Eunice 87 97 

Hannah 87 

Henry Spencer 87 97 

J. RoUo 99 

Jane EUiot 86 87 99 

Jennie L. 87 97 

Nelson William 86 87 99 

Norman Morrison 154 

Warren Spencer 87 99 



JACKSON Abigail 218 
Amelia 206 
Amelia Lee 206 
Arthur Loring (Mrs.) 35 
Catherine 31 
Charles 206 208 
Elizabeth 218 
EUzabeth Lee 206 
Frances 206 



12 

Hannah 206 208 
Henry 215 
Isabella Dove 215 
John 218 

Jonathan 193 206 203 
Lucy W. 215 
Madeline 218 
Mary 208 
Mercy 218 
Pauline Fay 85 
Thomas 218 
William 31 
JACOBS Jacob 
Aaron 110 



Index of Persons 



194 
Daniel 102 
Deborah 109 
Ebenezer 106 247 
Elias 108 109 110 182 188 188 

189 259 
Elizabeth 193 

George 102 104 106 113 187 

190 247 249 250 254 257 
260 

Hannah 109 110 179 185 100 

192 
Hannah Banks 179 
Hephzibah 113 187 247 249 

250 254 260 
Huldah 186 
abez 110 
bhn 108 193 
oseph 250 
bsiah 110 
.ucy 192 
Margaret 67 71 
Mary 102 104 108 108 109 
110 182 188 187 188 195 
257 
Moses 110 
Olcut 109 
Priscilla 189 
Sarah 188 189 259 
Susannah 254 
Tabitha 185 
Theodore 249 
Woodman 104 
JACOBSON Benjamin F. 21 

Martha Cecilia 21 
JACOBUS Donald Lines 130 
170 307 322 
Ida W. L. 130 
JAMES Benjamin 24 

Bushrod Washington 242 
Caroline 212 
Tames 24 

Jeannette Barber 209 
Joseph 24 
Thomas 79 . 
William 24 
William H. 60 
JAMESON Gameson 
Charlotte A. 275 
James 47 
JANDRKLL Ann E. 52 

John 52 
JARVIS Jarvice 
Elias 219 
John 62 
JAY — Dr. 157 

JEFFERDS Anna 104 107 114 
182 188 189 258 
George 114 250 
Hannah 103 105 179 180 185 

195 250 251 254 
Mary 254 
Nathaniel 105 111 
Olive 111 185 190 
Olivea 111 
Ralph 250 
Rhoda 188 
Samuel 103 105 179 180 190 

195 251 
Samuel McClure 104 250 251 

Sarah 180 189 193 195 

Simon 104 107 114 182 188 189 
250 258 

William 111 185 196 
JEFFREY Jane Ixxiii 

loseph Andrew xxi 
JtLLISON Martha 111 2ti0 

William HI 
Jenckes see Jenks 
JENERY Sally 268 
Jenkes zee Jenks 1 



JENKIN Genkin Genkyn 
Jenken Jenkens Jenkine 
Jenking Jenkinge Jenkins 
Jenky-n Jenkyne Jenkyns 
Jinkin 

62 64 65 69 

Abigail 57 

Agnes 57 65 71 72 

Alice 55 58 61 63 64 72 

Ann 61 71 

Anna 63 06 68 75 

Anne 66 

Barbara 58 59 

Catherine 67 

Cecilie 66 

Daniel 59 60 61 62 64 65 06 73 
74 75 

Edmund 63 

Edward 56 57 58 59 62 63 66 
67 70 71 72 73 

Eliza Leggett xxiv xixiv 

Elizabeth 56 57 60 61 62 63 64 

65 68 69 70 71 73 74 75 
Emme 66 

Hannah 60 64 

Harry 60 

Henry 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 

63 64 67 68 69 70 71 72 74 
75 

Iden 55 

Isaac 63 71 

Isabel 59 62 70 

Jane 56 69 60 63 67 70 71 

Jean 69 

Joan 55 56 57 59 60 64 71 

John 57 68 69 61 62 63 64 65 

66 68 71 72 76 
Judd 64 

Katharine 58 59 61 62 63 66 

70 71 

Margaret 58 67 58 69 60 61 63 

64 66 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 
75 

Margery 56 57 63 64 66 69 
Manan 56 67 63 64 70 
Marie 54 
Martha 54 55 59 65 69 72 

73 
Martine 64 
Mary 69 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 

67 68 71 72 73 74 75 
Michael 66 

Parnell 56 57 

Philip 64 

PhiUis 63 64 

Priscilla 58 69 66 68 72 73 

Rebecca 62 63 67 71 

Richard 50 57 58 62 63 64 66 

67 68 70 71 72 
Robert 61 64 75 
Rose 56 62 70 
S. F. (Mrs.) xxxiv 
Sarah 60 01 63 65 67 71 73 
Sibyl 66 
Simon 56 

Stephen 57 63 64 66 67 
Susan 61 62 66 68 
Susannah 63 70 71 75 
Thomas 55 50 57 58 59 60 01 

62 63 64 05 66 67 68 69 70 

71 72 73 74 75 
Ursula 57 03 70 
Wellmouth 65 

William 55 56 57 58 59 00 01 
62 63 64 66 66 67 68 09 71 

72 74 75 
Wilmayne 65 

JENKS Jenckes Jenkes 

David K. 40 

Hannah B. 52 

Joseph 318 

Maria B. 52 
JENNE Clarence F. R. (Mrs.) 
101 



JENNESS Genness Jennes 

Abigail 37 

Belinda 37 

Benning W. 33 

Eliza 34 

Esther 38 

Isaac 36 

John 36 

John J. 37 

Judith 36 

Lydia 38 

Mary L. 32 

Nancy W. 33 

Sally 29 

Samuel 29 

Seth 38 

Stephen 36 

Susan 36 
JENNINGS OUver Gould i 
JEPSON Mary A. 19 
JEWELL Charles M. 44 



Ma 



L. 44 



JEWETT Mary 15 
Jinkin see Jenkin 
JOCELYN John 76 
JOHNSON Johnsonne Johson 

• 153 170 173 285 

Abigail Brewster 136 

Abraham 144 

Aldred 169 

Alexander 136 138 139 141 

142 143 145 
Alfred 77 154 241 322 v vii i 

Alice 224 

Allen 273 

Anson 151 

Asahel 149 150 

Catherine 39 

Charles 47 

Christian 116 121 127 

Cinderilla Ann 267 

Daniel 145 151 

Deborah 268 

Duzenbury 267 

Edward 236 

Elijah 143 

Elvira 47 

Eunice 133 

Hannah 135 142 

Harry 225 

Hester 127 

Hezekiah 152 171 

Israel 135 136 

James 37 127 

John 75 116 127 

John E. 47 

Jonathan H. E. 40 

Joseph 46 127 136 137 174 

Katharine 79 

Levi 150 

Lewis 146 

Louisa 272 

Lydia 127 

Margaret 70 76 136 

Mary 127 



Mi. 



149 



Naomi 170 

Nathan 147 ' 

Nathaniel 147 161 171 

Nathaniel P. 267 

Nicholas 121 127 

Peggy 37 

Peter 150 

Philip 79 

Philo 144 

Rebecca 153 

Ruth 141 

Sally 171 

Samuel 134 144 14Q 26S 

Samuel Lewis 144 

Sarah 130 138 

Sarah E. 40 



JOHNSON cont'd 

Sibyl 127 

Stephen 39 

Timothy 139 

William 127 
Joice s<f Joyce 
JONES 147 148 

Abel 47 

Abraham 164 

Adeline 50 

Amos 114 

Bartholomew 111 185 186 188 

Betty 185 

Calvin Gay HI 

Celia 186 

Christiana 111 185 186 188 

196 
Daniel 248 
Ebenezer 38 

Elisabeth 110 112 113 248 
Eliza W. 35 
Elizabeth 250 
Enos 155 
Frances 47 
Hannah H. 38 
Harriet 41 
Ida M. 176 
Isaac 112 
James 248 
James C. 46 



ah 108 

Jesse Holman xxi 

John 107 108 111 114 185 250 

John L. 179 

Joseph 29 111 

Julia Ann 318 

Lazarus 110 112 113 248 250 

Lewis 273 

Loiza 30 

Louisa 272 

Lucina Oresta 20 

Mary 185 

Mary Dewey 17 

Nancy 36 

PriscUla 107 108 111 114 185 

259 
Prudence Whitney 13 
Sally 147 
Samuel 113 
Sarah 34 
Sophia G. 33 
Stephen 30 
Stephen S. 41 
Susan 29 

Thomas 60 81 110 
Thomas W. 50 
WilUam 272 318 
Jonson see Johnson 
JORDAN Benjamin Ivi 
Dominicus Ivi 
Ehzabeth Sophia Ivi 
Ethel Ivii 

Fritz Hermami xxx Ivi Ivi 
Nathaniel Ivi 
Rishworth Ivi 
Robert Ivi 

Winthrop Stanwood Ivi 
JOY Frederick D. 41 
Mary Ann 41 
Patience 195 
JOYCE Joice 
Alford 155 
Jonathan 155 
JOYNER Caroline D. 53 

Robert 53 
JUAREZ Benito P. xliv 

JTTDD 132 

Benajah 133 
Ebenezer 131 132 133 
Sarah 131 
JTTDKINS Clyde HoUingsworth 
159 



Index of Persons 

JTTDSON Adoniram x 
rULL Richard 57 
JUNKINS Marian A. 23 

KALTON Katharine 312 
KANOUSE John 269 

Olive 269 
KASKEY Erastus 273 

Sarah L. 273 
KEISER Carohne R. 276 

George W. 276 
KELLEY Kelly 

Abra 28 

Albert Livingston xlv 

Amanda xlvi 

Caroline xlv 

Edward A. jlvi 

Fitzroy xxix xlv xlvi 

Hannah H. 28 

Israel Webster xlv 

James Edward ix xxii 

John 270 xlv 



\lc 



; xlv 



Nathan Spaulding xlvi 

Phebe 270 

Rebecca xlv 

Samuel 28 
KELLOGG Emily Louisa xxi 
Kelly see Kelley 
KELSEY I. M. 50 
KEMP Harriet E. 7 

William Sumner 76 xxii 
KENDALL Elizabeth 74 
KENDRICK W. H. 46 
KENISTON Daniel 35 

Lucy 35 

Rhoda 32 
KENNEDY — Mr. 138 

Catherine 138 
KENNELL Henn- 273 

Laura Ann 273 

Matilda 273 
KENNEY Betsey 32 30 

Jacob 32 
KENT John 226 
KENYON Frederic George Sir 

KET Thomas 56 
KEYES IdeUe vii 

Seth 48 
KEYSER Wilham J. 53 
KIBBY Prudence 271 
KIDDER Aaron Ixxxi 

Camillus Ixxxi 

Camillus George xxx Ixxxi 

Ixxxii 
Edward Ixviii 
Edward Hartwell xxx Ixviii 

Frederic Ixviii 

George Herrick Faber Ixxxii 

Isaiah Ixviii 

James Hathaway Ixix 

Jerome Faber Ixxxij 

John Ixviii Ixxxi 

Joseph Ixxxi 

Lois Faber Ixxxii 

Mary Grace Ixix 

Mary Lincoln Ixix 

Matilda Cushman Ixxxii 

Reuben Ixviii Ixxxi 

Richard Ixviii Ixxxi 

Sarah Thompson Ixxxi 

Thomas Ixviii Ixxxi 
KILBORN Kilboum Kilbourne 

132 

Benjamin 132 

Elisha 133 

Maria xlviii 

Mary 133 
KILE Nancy 272 
KILGORE Harold Dustin 318 



CXIX 

KILLPATRICK James 257 
John 193 
Sarah 193 
KILMOREY Needham Robert 

Viscount 309 311 
KIMBALL Kimbal Kimbel 
Kimljell 

248 249 251 254 255 

Abigail 40 179 194 252 253 

Alice 256 

Alpheus 108 

Barak 110 111 112 U3 185 

260 
Benjamin 104 105 106 114 179 

194 250 252 261 
Betsey 188 
Caleb 110 

CaroUne Evelyn 101 
Catherine 257 
Charles 251 
David 104 248 251 253 254 

255 256 
Dorcas 254 
Ebenezer 111 113 
Eleanor 253 254 255 256 
Elisabeth 185 248 252 
Eunice 185 
Ezra 196 
Hannah 195 252 
Hasadiah 184 260 
Heber 108 182 183 185 186 

259 
Jacob 248 
Johanna 184 
John 114 
Jonathan 105 
Joseph 104 251 252 261 
Joshua 108 194 248 252 

259 
Josiah 106 
Lydia 104 105 106 113 179 188 

189 192 248 256 
Mary 114 182 184 250 252 257 

260 261 
Mehitable 186 
Meribah 110 

Minam 111 112 113 185 
Nabby 254 
Nathan 113 188 189 248 249 

254 260 
Nathaniel 194 249 257 
Rebecca 108 182 183 185 186 

Richard 193 257 

Robert 248 

Samuel 250 

Sarah 194 

Susannah 108 183 184 252 254 
259 
KIMPSON Frances 308 

George 308 
KINCAID Winifred Batchelder 



77 



s 155 



KING Am 

Augustu ^ 

Charlotte 265 
Elizabeth M. 273 
Ellen Jane 278 
Ezekiel 265 
Frederick 278 
Genevieve 78 xxii 
George W. (Mrs.) Ixxxi 
Gertrude Ixxxi 
Henry C. 39 
Mary 203 
Mary Ann 267 
Mehitable 39 
Philinda 87 
Ralph 203 
Samuel 267 
KINGSBtlRY Frank B. 158 



Ma 



I 90 



KINGSLEY Esther 267 
KIRBY Joan 123 



Index of Persons 



KIRKLAKD Caroline llviii 

Io6eph ilviii 

Louisa Wilkinaon xlviii 

Theodosia Burr Davis xlviii 
KISHNER Charles 277 

Henry 277 

Mary Jane 277 
KITTREDGE Edward Holmes 

KNAPP Knap 

Arietta M. 270 

Chester P. 53 

Leonard 267 

Oscar F. 270 
KNIGHT George 176 

Robert Sir 237 

Sarah 192 

Susannah 176 
KNOCKE Thomas 240 
KNOLLEK Knowler 

George 68 71 

Mary 68 71 
KITOWLES Knowls 

David C. 33 

Mary 33 

Tho mas 140 
KNUDSON Peter 275 
KOLM — Mr. 132 



John 
EOSE. 



132 
132 



! Augusta 274 
Henry 274 
KRUM Caroline Kirkland 



LACKEY William 47 
LACY Martha 264 

Stephen H. SO 
LADD Betsey 29 

Daniel 46 

John 29 

Margaret 59 70 

Stephen 56 

Thomas 59 67 70 

Vincent 59 70 
LAFLER Sarah 20 
LAFLIN Charles 81 

Louis Ellsworth 77 81 ixi 
LAIRD Anne 176 

Erastus Sargent 177 

Eunice 177 

Joseph 176 177 
LAKE Alvah 14 

Betsey 145 

Da\nd 141 

Elizabeth 14 

Elnathan 139 140 141 144 
143 

James S. 263 

Mary Elizabeth 14 

Polly 139 263 

Reuben 140 

Walker 144 
LAMB Lambe 

Frederick 265 

PriscilU 67 72 

Sabrina 266 

Sarah 265 
LAMINGE Roger 59 
LAMKEFORD — Mr. 122 
LAMMAN Robert 132 
LAMPHEAR Lamphier 

Elisha 263 

EmUy 263 

Nathaniel 263 

PoUy 263 

Prudence 264 

Truman 264 
LAMPMAN Emeline 271 

Richard 271 
LAMSON Albert Henry 76 77 
154 v vii I 



LANDON Isaac 50 
LANE Abigail 13 
Edmund 61 72 



He: 



I 50 



John S. 13 

Lucinda 50 274 

Margaret 61 72 73 

Mary Ann 13 

Sampson 317 

WUham 53 
LANG Lange 

280 

Harriet 218 
LASGMAID Frances 37 

Hanrmh 37 

Maria J. 41 

Mary 43 

Winthrop 43 
LARISON E. L. (Mrs.) 241 
LARKIN Albert Ches«brough 

Daniel Franklin utxix 

Frank iixii 

Frank Provost xudx 

Jessie Louise xxxii 

Jessie Noyes xxxi xjLxix 

Martha xxxix 

Sarah 89 
Lamed see Learned 
LARRABY Lydia 191 193 

Stephen 194 
LARRY Abby iliii 
LA RUE Isaac 81 
LATTING Charles 267 

Jane E. 267 
LAUGHTON Anna F. 16 

Charles H. 16 

Isaac 52 

Pamela 16 
LA0RIAT Charles Emile vi x: 
LAVAN John D. 145 
LAWLER Clara 90 
LAWRENCE Abbott 211 

Amos 159 

Daniel W. 15 

Edith June 159 242 

Elizabeth 211 

George 81 

Gertrude 211 

Harriette White 211 

Helen 15 

Henry North 159 

Tames 211 

John 50 211 

Martha Endicott 211 

Mary 15 

Rosamond 211 

Samuel Warren 15 

Sarah 159 211 
LAWSON David 193 

Penelope 194 
LAXTON Richard 279 
Lay see Lee 
LEACH Leech 

Benjamin 3 

Elizabeth Cheever 3 

Fayette Phelps ix xxi 

John 116 122 127 

Martha 116 122 127 

Mary Ann Ixxi 
LEAMING Jeremiah 131 
LEARNED Lamed 

Ahijah lii 

Behonilii 

Francis Mason xxx lii 

Harriet Lovenia lii 

Isaac lu 

John A. 86 

Maria Lucinda Hoffman lii 

Rebecca 86 

Thomas lii 

WiUiam lii 
LEATHERBEE Charles W. 13 

Harriet Gray 13 



LEATHERS Lucinda 30 



OUv 



:30 



Sally 32 
LEAVENWORTH John 149 
LEAVITT Levett 
Abigail Ixxxv 

Aratus Ixxxv 
Benjamin Ixxxv 
Benson Ixxxv 
Christopher 3 IS 
Emily Wilder xxx Ixxxv 
Louisa Augusta xlvi 
Thomas Ixxxv 
LECHMERE Mary 202 

Richard 202 
LEE Lay Leigh 

198 199 

Abia 219 

Abiel 219 

Abigail 201 203 219 

Alfred 202 

Alice 215 

Alice Hathaway 217 

AmeUa 206 

Amy 215 

Andrew 269 

Ann Theresa Mary Magdalen 
205 

Anne Wilson 215 

Arthur Howard 216 

Betsey 93 94 95 

Caroline Haskell 218 

CaroUne Watts 217 

Charles 206 

Charles Jackson 212 

Clara 214 

Deborah 199 201 205 

Edmund 48 

Eleanor Selden 216 

Electa 48 

Elisabeth 133 

Eliza 203 206 

Elizabeth 201 203 204 205 206 
219 220 221 

Elizabeth Cabot 209 

Elizabeth Perkins 212 213 214 

Ellen Salome 215 

Elliot Cabot 214 

Esther 220 

Eva Maria 214 

Florence 214 

Francis 207 220 

Francis Henry 210 212 

Francis L 197 209 215 

Francis Wilson 215 

George 201 206 214 

George Cabot 211 217 21S 

George Gardner 205 207 

George Winthrop 216 

Georgina Gardner 207 208 

Gertrude 210 

Guy Hunter 215 

Hannah 133 

Hannah Farnham 207 

Hannah Greely 211 

Harriet Jackson 209 

Harriet Paine 210 217 

Harriet Rose 211 

Henry 197 201 202 204 20} 
207 203 209 212 213 211 

Henry Foster 218 

Isabel 230 

Isabella Dove 215 

Isabella Mason 218 

James Jackson 218 

Jane 201 

Jeremiah 202 

John 197 198 207 218 220 221 
222 223 

John Clarke 208 209 210 219 

John Rose 210 216 

Joseph 201 202 203 204 203 
206 214 215 221 

Josephine Rose 212 



Index of Persojis 



LEE cont'd 
Joshua 197 
Judith 204 
Judith Colman 205 
Lillian Howard 216 
Lois 201 203 204 
Louisa 204 207 
Lucy Howard 216 
Lucy Maria 216 
Lydia 207 
Lydia Gerry 207 
Madeline 218 
Margaret 214 
Margaret Copley 214 
Margery 214 
Manan Glidden 215 
Marianne Cabot 210 



Ma 



:2U 



: Louise 216 

Martha 132 198 199 201 204 

Mary 197 201 208 216 219 
220 221 266 

Mary Ann 208 212 

Mary Anna 207 208 

Mary Cabot 208 

Mercy 203 218 219 . 

Nancy 207 

Nathaniel Cabot 206 208 

Nelson Borland 218 

Orinda Ann 269 

Rebecca 202 207 218 219 

Richard 197 

Robert Wilson 216 

Rose 217 

Rose Smith 211 

Ruth 218 

St. George Tucker 216 

Samuel 197 222 

Sarah 221 222 

Sarah Mary Ami 215 

Sarah Parsons 207 

Simone 215 

Sophia Edgell 212 

Stephen 133 

Susan Dove 215 

Susan Mary 215 

Susannah 201 220 221 222 

Thomas 132 133 197 198 199 
200 201 202 203 204 205 206 
216 218 219 220 

Thomas Amory 197 

William 198 200 201 218 219 
220 

William Colman 205 

WilUam Paine 211 

William Raymond 197 213 

Winthrop Howard 216 
Leech see Leach 
LEEBS Benjamin Bass bui 

Daniel Ixjti 

Edmund IngersoU 169 viii 

Edmund IngersoU (Mrs.) 169 

EUzabeth 169 

Hopestill lixi 

Joan iMi 

Joseph Ix.xi 

Mary Ann Uxi 

Mary Eliza Uxi 

Molly 27 

Richard Ixxi 

Theodore Churchill Ixxi 

Theodore Edward x.'t.x Ix.xi 
LEEK Hannah 132 

John 132 

Penelope 132 
Leigh see Lee 
LEIGHTON Abigail 31 

Hannah E. 32 



; 36 



John 31 
John E. 35 
Lois 32 
Lucinda 33 
Lydia 34 



LEIGHTON confd 

Maria 36 

Mary A. 42 

Melinda 36 

Nancy 34 

Phebe 31 

Sarah 34 

Sarah F. 35 

Sarah Jane 40 

Stephen 37 

Susan 37 41 

William P. 31 
LEITER Levi Zeigler Ixxii 
LELATTD Herbert Messir 

LEM Amy 226 
LEONAiU) EUzabeth 27 

George 219 

George Henry xxxi xxxj 

XXXV 

Gwendolin xxxv 

Martha 63 

Phebe 53 
LEPTON John 279 
LESLIE Robert C. 63 
LESTER George B. xxi 
LEVERETT — Miss Ixiv 
Levett see Leavitt 
LEVY Julius xii 

Willy iii 
LEW Humfrey Viscount de 297 
LEWIS 162 172 

— Capt. 174 

— Lieut. 131 
Aaron Ivii 

Abby Catherine xxxi ixxxix 
Abi^il Frost Ixxxix 8^„ 
Ann 136 

Anna 139 I ^ 

Arch. S. 46 
Archibald 137 
Betsey 265 

Carohne Antoinettellvii ^ 
Clarissa 142 
Daniel Ixxxix 
DaWd 149 
Edmund Ivii 
Edwin Whitney Iviii 
Eleazer 137 138 139 140 142 

143 147 172 
Elihu 131 136 
Eunice 147 
Frances Maria Ivii 
Frank Grant xxii 
G. B. 53 54 
George Amasa Ivii 
George Arthur Iviii 
George Harlan xxx Ivii 
Harry Lincoln Iviii 
Isaac 143 
Isaac B. 2&i 265 
Jabez 172 
Jane 90 

Jenny Frances xxii 
John 174 Ivii Ixxxix 
Jonathan Ivii 
M. B. 53 
Margaret xli 
Marvin H. 161 
Morgan lxx.xix 
Nathan 140 
Nathaniel 1-xxxix 
Peter Ixxxix 
Philo 149 
Richard 46 155 
Richmond 153 
Rodman 50 
Sarah 138 
William Ivii 
LLBBY Libbey 
Benjamin 47 
Betsey 30 

Charles Pcrly (Mrs.) 78 xxi 
Charles Thornton 315 316 



LIBBY confd 

Elizabeth Jermie Sarah xx 

Ira 30 

Lydia 32 

OUve 39 

Sarah 34 
LIBSE Sylva 274 
LraCH (Tharles 50 
LINCOLN Abel Ixxiv 

Abigail Bigelow Ixixviii 

Abraham 81 163 164 165 106 
167 168 169 xliv Iixvii 

Agnes Wyman xxxi Ixxxviii 

Alfred Vamum xxix Ixxiv 

Algernon Sidney Ixxxviii 

Alice Thayer Ixxiv 

Amasa Ixxxviii 

Elkanah Ixxxviii 

Emmeline lx.xiv 

Enos Ixxxviii 

Florence Ixxiv 

Grace Sprague Ixxiv 

Ida Hannah Ixxiv 

Ida Mabel Ixxiv 

Jonathan Ixxxviii 

Luke Ixxiv 

Mark Ixxiv 

Mordecai 164 

Robert Todd 163 168 

Samuel 164 Ix-xiv 

Thomas Ixxxviii 

Vamum Ixxiv 

Waldo viii 
LINDSEY Linsey 

ioseph 251 
lary 258 
Mary Ann 256 
Matthew 196 250 251 252 256 
Nancy 197 250 251 252 256 
Samuel 252 
WiUiam250 
LINES — Widow 133 
LINSCOTT EUza J. 25 
Ichabod 103 
Joseph 103 179 
Mercy 179 
Sarah 103 179 
Linsey see Lindsey 
LINSTER Alfred P. 177 
Anna M. 177 
Mary 177 
LINTOT Bernard 140 

Sarah 140 
LIPPITT Henry Ixxii 
LISSINTON Thomas 67 
LITTLE Catherine 268 
Ebenezer 268 
Elizabeth 10 215 
H. M. 46 
Sarah 10 
Tristram 10 
WaUace 268 
LITTLEFIELD Littlefied 

107 109 110 111 113 

114 182 183 184 186 189 

247 248 249 250 251 253 

254 255 259 260 261 

Aaron 103 105 110 247 

Abigail 103 108 109 110 III 

179 181 183 134 187 

192 195 254 255 259 

Abner 107 

Abraham 104 107 109 110 

111 185 196 250 
Agnes 109 111 112 184 ISS 

190 251 252 250 262 
Almira 256 

Alpheus 109 250 251 255 
Amos 104 

Anna 110 111 112 113 114 
181 185 186 188 189 249 
253 260 
Anne 108 185 
Anthony 191 



Index of Persons 



LITTLEFIELD cont'd 

Asa 106 

Asahel lOR 108 

Augustus 250 

Bathsheba 103 104 179 

Benaiah 251 

Benjamin 104 107 110 114 
179 181 188 195 249 250 
252 253 255 258 261 

Betsey 185 189 249 250 251 
256 

Betty 183 255 

Calvin 250 

Charity 184 

Charles 109 

Clement 108 251 252 256 2G2 

Daniel 108 110 113 114 183 

184 186 187 248 249 251 

David 103 250 257 

Deborah 104 108 107 112 

181 182 185 187 256 258 

Dependence 103 106 107 

109 179 180 182 190 194 
258 

Dorcas 104 106 107 108 109 

110 111 179 181 184 185 
188 259 

Dorothy 233 
Dummer 248 
Ebenezer 104 105 107 110 

179 182 253 254 255 281 
Edna 107 109 111 182 183 

185 187 259 
Edmund 111 
Edward 103 104 248 
Eleanor 179 

Eliab 103 104 105 106 107 

110 179 181 184 
Elias 107 

Elijah 103 107 

Elisabeth 106 107 108 180 

184 185 186 187 190 196 

247 259 261 
Elisha 103 104 106 108 110 

112 114 181 184 187 247 
249 250 258 260 

Elizabeth 105 179 190 191 

193 
Eloisa 190 
Enoch 109 112 
Ephraim 189 
Esther 103 106 107 109 110 

111 179 180 182 184 
Eunice 179 

Fanny 189 

Frances 193 

Francis 103 110 111 

Frederick 114 

Frost 249 

George 106 110 111 114 

Gideon Richardson 107 250 

Hannah 102 110 180 182 183 

184 185 186 188 189 248 

254 259 260 
Harriet 188 
Henry 249 
Hephzibah 105 106 107 110 

180 181 184 
Hiram 251 
Horatia A. 241 
Huldah 182 188 193 

Isaac 103 104 107 109 111 

113 183 187 189 257 259 
Isabella 180 195 253 

Isaiah 114 
Israel 248 
Ithamar 104 107 109 111 179 

182 183 185 187 259 
Jacob 110 111 184 188 188 

248 260 
James 108 109 113 114 187 

248 249 253 254 260 
James Eaton 113 



LITTLEFIELD cont'd 

Jane 180 187 191 195 254 

Jeremiah 103 104 106 107 
108 109 110 111 112 114 
181 182 18.3 184 185 187 
188 195 257 258 259 

Jerusha 185 

Joel 112 

John 103 104 105 106 108 
HI 113 181 189 248 249 

John Moulton 252 

John Roval 109 

John Storer 108 256 282 

John Stover 250 

Johnson 103 248 250 253 254 
255 

Jonathan 102 105 106 107 
108 110 180 186 193 250 

Joseph 104 105 106 108 110 
111 112 113 114 180 183 
184 185 188 183 189 249 
251 254 258 260 281 

Joshua 112 113 251 

Joshua Thornton 105 

Josiah 108 107 109 110 111 
251 260 

Josias 250 254 255 

Jotham 110 113 184 188 187 
188 192 249 254 

Lavinia 253 

Levi 107 111 113 114 196 

248 259 
Levina 255 
Levisa 254 
Lois 188 
Lucretia 253 

Lucy 113 114 183 248 253 
260 

Lydia 104 105 106 107 109 

180 183 184 185 188 187 

188 189 192 195 196 248 

249 251 253 255 257 258 
Mabel 192 

Margaret .104 179 183 190 
Martha IW 105 107 180 188 

251 252 255 
Mary 108 109 113 114 180 

187 193 194 231 252 253 

254 255 256 259 
Mary Ann 256 
Mary Jaquish 180 
Matthias 250 

Mehitable 104 103 110 111 
112 114 179 180 182 183 
184 186 187 188 195 196 
249 252 255 255 260 281 

Mercy 181 183 

Meribah 184 

Miriam 184 189 

MoUy 187 

Moses 110 113 185 260 

Nabby 189 

Nahum 249 

Nancy 189 256 262 

Nathan 105 107 183 184 187 

Nathaniel 103 105 111 114 
180 183 249 250 251 261 

Nathaniel Stevens 105 

Nehemiah 106 114 183 188 
193 259 

Nicholas 106 

Noah 103 

Noah Moulton 104 105 107 
180 196 

Obadiah 111 257 

Olcut 108 

Olive 188 189 

Olle 179 

Pamela 255 

Patience 106 114 183 188 259 

Pelatiah 104 195 251 252 

255 256 257 



LITTLEFIELD cont'd 
Persia 184 186 
Peter 103 108 110 111 184 

189 192 248 233 259 
Phebc 103 104 106 lOS 110 

112 181 184 186 1S7 258 
Philadelphia 254 
Phineas 111 
Priscilla 182 184 
Rebecca 183 184 186 188 
Reuben 113 

Richard 111 113 188 251 260 
Roger 105 108 113 180 185 

186 258 
Rufus 113 
Ruth 181 
Sabrina 253 
Sally 251 
Samuel 102 103 106 107 109 

112 180 181 257 
Samuel Black 104 107 
Sarah 103 104 107 110 112 

113 179 181 182 183 184 
185 188 187 188 191 192 
248 249 250 253 234 255 
258 

Sarah Goodwin 256 

Seth 110 113 114 248 253 

261 
Simon 114 
Solomon 109 112 187 188 251 

260 
Stephen 102 104 108 107 112 

113 181 182 185 187 258 
Stimson 104 254 258 
Storer 251 
Stover HI 
Susannah 102 103 104 105 

108 107 HI 113 114 180 

181 187 248 254 256 253 

Tabitha 193 253 261 
Tabitha Staples 105 
Temperance 107 109 111 113 

183 187 189 259 
Theodore HI 112 113 251 
Theodosia 183 185 188 
Timothy 102 113 189 248 

250 
■Walter 114 
■William 109 111 112 182 183 

184 188 190 
■ft'iUiam Bartlet 113 
Zebadiah 113 

LIVINGSTON Anne 12 

EUza 12 

Henry 34 

John Ashe 12 

Sarah 34 
LLOYD Loyd 

Aaron 10 

Andrew 116 

Caroline Augusta 10 

Catherine 21 

Maria Christie 10 

Mary M. 276 
LOBDELL AbigaU 89 90 

Darius 136 

Esther 96 

Eunice 136 
LOCKE Lock 

Betsey 39 

Enoch B. 28 

Jethro 29 

Mary P. 33 

Sally 28 

Sukey 29 

Varney 39 
LOCKWOOD Candace 274 

Grace S. 217 

James P. 274 

Mary T. 274 
LOFFEHAM John 284 
LOMBARD Percival Hall 77 



Index of PersoTis 



LONG Louisa 17 

Violet 17 

William H. 17 
LONGLEY Abigail 32 

Timothy 32 
LONGWORTH Alice 

Nicnolas 217 

Susan 217 
LONGYEAR John 
(Mrs.) xxi 

Mary Hawley xxi 
LOOK Hannah 257 
LOOP R. Maria 273 
LORD Bertha Ixixvi 

Butler 271 

Eleanor Cordelia Ixxj 

Hannah H. 2S 

James 46 

Katm-ah 33 

Martha Hyde lix 

Mary 26 107 184 25 

MoUy 111 186 

Nabby 186 

Prudence 271 

Richard 107 111 1 
259 



Rufu! 
Stephi 



S. lix 
n 107 
lah 184 
HI 



WiUiam 28 

William Crofifcrd Ixxxvi 
Lorv see Lowrey 
LOSHBROOK Phebe 264 
LOTHROP Aletha 260 

Jerusha Ann 269 

Melatiah 266 

Thornton Kirkland 169 v 
vi X xjt 
LOUD Lowd 

Allen 50 

John 34 

Sarah 34 
LOUGEE Eliza B. 31 

Hannah 29 

John A. 29 

Lydi? 32 

Mary Ann 41 
LOULASE Lawrence 235 
LOUNSBURY Crownage Fred- 
eric 170 

George Frederic 170 

Jairus 170 
Lovatt see Lovet 
LOVE Bennet 201 

Deborah 201 

Thomas 201 
LOVEGREEN Rebecca 17 
LOVELAND Truman 174 
LOVELL Louise Lewis 158 
LOVERING Ellen 15 

Lovilla Frances IxW 
LOVET Lovatt 

James 47 

Joan 121 

Margarite 122 

Richard 121 
LOWE Low 

249 

Abigail 110 179 182 193 

Abraham 248 

Abraham Annis 248 

Asa 111 112 113 114 248 249 
253 260 

Benjamin 13 

Cassie 13 

Christina 13 

Daniel 103 113 

David 102 103 110 111 194 

Elijah 187 

Eunice 11) 112 186 187 189 
248 253 260 

ah 106 182 184 186 259 



LOWE cont'd 

Jacob 1 14 

James 111 

Jedediah 106 182 184 186 
259 

Toab 112 

Job 102 111 112 186 189 191 
192 194 248 253 260 

John 110 179 194 

Lydia 194 

Mary 111 112 113 114 248 
253 260 

Nancy 253 

Polly 253 

Priscilla 186 

Sarah 102 103 

Sarah Elizabeth I 

Tabitha 187 

Timothy 102 

WiUiam 192 
Lo wd see Loud 
LOWELL James Russell 166 
LOWREY Lory 

—Mr. 132 

Daniel 132 

Thomas 132 
Loyd see Lloyd 
LOYER Electa A. 272 

George 272 
LUCEY Mary 22 
LUCY Sarah F. 35 
LUDDINTON Lucy 134 



Mo 



134 



LUFFLKYN Edward 279 
LUFKIN Nehemiah 41 

Sally 41 

Thomas 281 
Lum see Lumm 
LUMAS Edward Ivii 
LITMM Lum. 

Adam 135 144 145 149 150 
153 

Billy 146 

Daniel Bircham 172 

David 145 146 

Grace 151 

Hannah 145 

Henry 147 



l^ 



149 
149 



Hii 



249 



John 141 

Jonathan 135 145 145 147 
149 151 153 

Joseph 135 

Nancy 153 

Reuben 135 145 146 149 151 
152 171 172 173 

Sarah 144 145 

Sheldon 149 

William 171 
LUSHINGTOK Abigail 57 70 

Edward 57 70 

Ji-ne 57 70 

John 57 70 

Thomas 57 70 
LDSK Alzina 268 269 

Daniel 268 

Daniel H. 269 

Eliza 269 

Pamela 268 

Sarah 268 
LUTHER Curtis 272 

Harriet 272 
LYBRAND Elizabeth 79 
LYBYER Albert H. 162 
LYFORD John 317 
LYMAN 172 

Annie Jean 1 

Edward Hutchinson Robbins 1 

Sally 172 

Sarah EUzabeth 1 
LYON Mary 266 

Robert 53 

WUliam 265 



McBRIDE Allen 276 

Elizabeth A. 275 

John A. 275 

Sarah E. 276 
McCAMANT Wallace 82 
McCANCE Andrew vi 
McCANLY Abial 46 
McCarthy Denis Aloysius w 
McCLARKEY James 50 
MacCLARY Thomas 318 
McCLENCH Mary A. 53 
McCLO0TH John 157 

Sarah 157 
McCHTRG Gilbert 320 
McCOLLISTER Ethel Morrill 

158 
McCONNELL H. 50 
McCORMACK Elsie 169 
McCOSH James lixxiii 
McCUEN Charles Nicholas 95 

Elizabeth Putnam 95 
McCULLEN Martha 93 
McCULLOUGH Hall Park m 
MacDONALD Anna 22 

CeciUa Frances 22 

John 22 

McDonnell John 257 

McFARLANE William S. Iviii 
McGILL Alexander T. Ijuciiv 
McGINTA ElUa 276 

Nettie 276 
McGLOGHIN Gitte 270 

J. 270 
McGRAFFEE Gertrude 263 
MACGREGOR Helen 169 
McGOTRE Edward J. 160 
MACHELL Micah 61 
Mcintosh Charlea Fleming 

321 
MACINTYRE Nancy 273 
McKAY Donald 241 

Gordon Ixvii 
McKEAN Elizabeth Perkins 
214 

Henry Pratt 214 

Marian 214 
MciaNNEY Jane 88 

Jonas 88 
Macklean see McLean 
McLaren Mary Ixju 
McLEAN Macklean 

144 

Samuel 46 
McNEIL McNeal 

Adam 132 

Annie Polk 21 

Mary 132 
McWlTHEY EUza 268 

Mary 268 
MACY Caroline xxiiv 

Cecile Rushe xxxiv 

Cornelia Walker xxxiv 

Eliza Leggett xxxiv 

John xxxiv 

Jonathan xxxiv 

Josiah xxxiv 

Sarah Ridgway xxxiv 

Silvanus Jenkins xxxiv 

Thomas xxxiv 

William Henry xxxiv 
MADDEN E. 50 
MADISON Maddison 

304 

Almond Z. 263 

Deborah 263 
MADDOCK Maddoi , 

— 108 109 

Joseph 108 

Mary 194 

Palsgrave 108 109 

Thomas 108 
MAGNA Edith xxii 
;I1 (Mrs.) xxii 



Index of Persons 



MAHER 148 

Hannah 148 
MATE HuRh 289 
MAEEPEACE Elizabeth 

Thomas IBS 
MALORIK Peter 123 

Susan 123 

MALTHTJS 305 

MALTMAN Ellen 267 
MANCHESTER S. 52 
MAPTLEY Manly 

Hannah V. 277 



Hu 



1 50 



Mary 277 
MANN AbigaU E. 9 

Edith Luella 9 

Elizabeth Adelb 9 

Ernest Withington 9 

Joseph 9 

Lester W. 9 

Lucius 9 

Sarah Lydia 9 

Walter A. 9 
MANNYNG Ann 228 
MANSFIELD Mansfeild 

Abigail Ann 173 

Abigail Grace 149 

Abijah 150 

Achilles 131 

Anna 130 136 138 139 140 141 
142 143 144 

Betsey 145 

Elizabeth 136 

Eunice 172 173 

Grace 144 

Henrietta 138 

Isaac 152 

Jared 143 

Jonathan 130 140 141 

Joseph 138 

Kiersted 131 

Louis 131 

Lucretia 142 

Mary 131 

Mary Louisa 143 

Moses 131 132 

Nathan 131 138 143 145 147 
152 153 

Richard 130 131 135 136 137 
138 139 140 141 142 143 144 
148 149 150 153 171 

Robert Sir 235 

Sally 147 

Sarah 130 137 172 

Sophia 153 

Stephen 139 

Susannah 138 

WiUiam 138 172 173 
MANSON Nettie 100 

William 100 
MANVILLE James 147 150 152 

Murray 147 

Vanbon 152 
MARBLE Amanda xlvi 

Ebenezer 268 

EUza xlvi 

Emily 263 

Fanna 268 

Freeland xlvi 

Moses 268 

Rebecca 139 

Sally 268 

Susannah 139 
MAREAN 



Endicott 76 



Ma!rK£ 




George Beclovick 151 



MARKS cont'd 

John 138 150 

Joseph 148 

Michael 147 

Mordecai 134 

Nehemiah 142 141 151 

Sheldon 139 148 

WiUiam 139 148 

Zachariah 138 150 
MARLOW Charles 272 

Emeline 272 
MARQOESSEE — Maj. 146 

Lewis 146 
MARR John E. 242 

Lawrence 242 318 

Thomas 242 

William Price 242 318 
MARSH Marshe 

Joseph 139 

Louisa 139 

Richard 58 

William 62 
MARSHALL Marshal 

151 

Isabel 226 

Jonathan Lyman 151 
oseph 46 
4argaret 226 
Nicholas 225 226 
Philip 228 
Russel 151 
Sally 151 
Samuel 151 
Thomas 225 242 
Marshe see Marsh 
MARSTON Almerin (Mrs.) 78 

TTJi 

Ann 259 

Anne 108 111 

Caleb 108 

Israel 111 

Maude Longfellow xxii 

Paul Smith 108 111 
Marten see Martin 
MARTHIS C. H. 53 
MARTIN Marten Martyn 

Atwood 177 

Charlotte bti 

Edward 40 

Eleanor 126 

Eli 177 

Erastus 177 

Hannah H. 177 

John 281 

Alehnda A. 177 

Sally 40 

Sibyl 127 

Silence 177 

Simeon 155 

Simon 122 127 

Thomas 122 127 

William 55 
MARVELL Robert Sir 237 
MARVIN Aaron 53 

George Ritchie vii 

Sylvester S. 159 
MARWICK George (Mrs.) 
xxxiv 

Sarah Ridgway xxxiv 
MASON iMiii 

John 224 239 315 316 317 

Matthew 155 

Nicholas 240 

Sarah Ann 36 

Ward B. 36 
MASTERS — Capt. 132 

Daniel 132 

Elisabeth 132 

John 132 

Josiah 173 

Josiah Samuel 173 

Samuel 132 
MATHER Cotton 170 201 307 
308 li 



MATHER cont'd 

Increase 170 

Mary 220 

Otis M. 81 

Richard 170 
MATTESON Mattison 

Catherine 273 

Daniel 264 

Hannah 264 
MATTHEWS Caleb 132 

John 132 133 

John T. 276 

L. B. 277 

Nathan 78 240 241 v x 

Thomas 133 
Mattison tee Matteson 
MAUDOTT Beatrice 300 

Robert 300 
MAVERICK John lixvi 

Samuel 316 
MaxeU tee Maxwell 
MAXIMILLAN Emperor of 

Mexico xliv 
MAXWELL MaxeU 

249 251 253 261 

Aaron 109 114 

Abigail 104 105 179 180 181 
186 

Alexander 108 109 111 112 
188 189 196 250 252 253 
260 

Alpheus 251 

Anna 104 105 106 109 1S3 
186 252 258 '-i 

Barak 104 105 106 109 113 
114 183 186 252 258 

Benjamin 105 

Catherine 255 

Clement 251 

Daniel 111 247 

David 104 105 112 179 180 
181 193 252 256 262 

Deborah 253 

Dorcas 186 253 

Ebenezer 249 

Eleanor 180 255 

Ehsabeth 189 252 

Eunice 197 249 250 251 

Gershom 104 109 182 186 193 
247 248 249 250 251 252 259 

Hannah 248 250 252 253 255 
256 261 

Isabella 1S3 

James 105 248 250 251 253 
255 256 261 

Jenny 256 

Jeremy 109 

John 103 107 180 181 182 193 
230 

John Brock 252 

John Shapleigh 106 252 255 
256 

Jonathan 106 

Joseph 104 249 255 261 

Joshua 109 

Lucy 252 

Lydia 182 

Martha 181 255 

Mary 1 13 1 14 182 192 252 256 
262 

Mary Pierson 255 



108 



Mo 

Olive 253 

Persis 253 

Phebe 103 107 180 181-182 

Philadelphia 108 109 111" 

112 188 189 196 252 253 260 
Rebecca F. 50 
Rosewel 251 
Samuel 103 249 
Sarah 109 182 186 188 247 248 

252 259 



Index of Persons 



MAXWELL conlM 

Susannah 179 183 249 256 

Tabitha 256 

William M. 50 

Zcrviah ISO 
MAY Maria 53 

Robert 53 
MAYTfARD Cora D. 276 

John Wii.. 



Mo 



Robert 225 

Salome Ixiii 

Samuel Ixiii 

Zachariah Ixiii 
MAYO F. B. 9 

Mary Elizabeth 9 

Matthew 50 
MEAD Meads 

Abby Ixxxvii 

Alfred 265 

Ann 265 

Charlotte Ixxxvii 

Daniel W. 265 

Ebia 265 

Elizabeth 266 

Esther Crafts Ixxv Ixxvi 

Giles 265 

Jane 2R6 

Joseph Ixxxvii 

Mary 227 231 

Mary Eliza Ixxxvii 

Minnie Maria Dix Ixxvj 

Pamela 265 

Robert 266 

Samuel O. Ixxvi 

Thomas 227 231 Ixxxvii 
MEADER Meder 

Hannah D. 37 

Jesse 37 

Jonathan 31 






1 32 



Mary 31 xl 
Meads see Mead 
MEARS Neal Francis 241 
MEDBURY Susan xlv 
Meder see Meader 
MEIGS George A. 48 
MELCHER John Stevens Ixxxii 
MELDREM Meldram 

Betty 186 

Esther 187 

Hannah 180 

John 186 187 260 

Mary 180 182 196 

Sarah 186 187 260 

Thomas 180 182 
MELLEN Mellin 

Elvira 270 

Judson 270 
MELLENT Robert Earl of 297 
Mellin see Mellen 
MELLOWS MeUowes 

Abraham 79 198 

Edward 198 

Elisha 199 

Elizabeth 198 199 

Hannah 198 

John 198 199 

Joseph 199 

Martha 198 199 

Mary 198 199 

Oliver 198 199 

Samuel 198 

Sarah 199 
MELLUS — Dr. Ixi 

E. Lindon (Mrs.) 318 
MELVIN Almon 267 
MERCIER Desir6 Cardinal 1 

Jacquine Ixxxiii 
MERRIAM John McKinstry 

169 
MERRIFEELD Eunice 90 

John 185 260 

Mary 192 



MERRIFIELD cont'd 

Sarah 185 21)0 

ThanJcful 247 
MERRILL Merril Merrils 

151 173 

Albert S. 8li 87 99 

Amanda H. 86 87 

Aurelia 86 96 99 

Cornelius 151 

Eliza J. 86 

Elizabeth Sophia Ivi 

Ella Agnes 86 87 99 

Frances M. 41 

Joseph 86 

Lucy 271 

Lucy E. 271 

Mary Ella 99 

Merro Joseph 88 96 99 

Oscar S. 86 87 

Rhoda 87 

Russel 173 

Sarah 86 

Sarah Emily 86 96 
METCALF Metcalfe 

Frank Hamilton (Mrs.) xxii 
John 79 

Mabel Armine xxii 

Zachie 116 
METTE Nicholas 55 
Meyer see Myers 
MIFFLIN Ehzabeth Crownin- 

shield 217 
MILES Abigail M. 35 



Ben 



141 



Bethia 134 

Charlotte 147 

Chary 149 

Cynthia 152 

David 142 145 

Hannah 143 

Jonathan 141 142 144 152 

Lucretia 150 

Mara 149 

Sarah 142 

Sarah B. 34 

Sheldon 151 

Theophilus 142 143 145 147 
149 150 151 

Winona 98 
MILLARD James M. 275 

Sarah C. 275 
MILLER — Mr. 131 

Daisy 90 

Elizabeth 131 

Ida Louise vi 

iohn Ixxvi 
lary 12 

Minnie Cecilia 101 

Sarah 191 193 

William Alexander 241 
MILLS George 268 

(Jeorge C. 268 

Jeremiah 38 

Sarah 38 

Susan Jane 37 
MILNER-GIBSON-CnLLUM 

George (jery xxviii xc 
MINER — Miss 270 

Deha A. 270 

Tames H. 267 

Lorinda 267 

Maria C. 267 
MINOT Joseph Graftoa vi 
MITCHELL Mitchel 

— ■ 254 261 

Benjamin 170 

Charlotte Frances Iv 

Emily Morton Iv 

Eunice 254 

J. H. 52 

James 46 249 

John 46 192 249 254 

Richard Iv 

Ruth 170 



MOCKRIGE Hannah 263 

William 263 
MODION Patrick 46 
MOFFET Elisabeth 110 184 
200 
Johanna 184 
John 110 184 260 
MOHAN Emily EUzabeth 21 
MOHLER Rebecca Ixxviii 
MOLOTTS Martin 131 

MOLTHROP 172 

Benjamin 172 
Benjamin Anson 172 
Betty 172 
MONGAR Elizabeth 226 
MONGEHAM Richard 56 
MONROE Munroe 
Caroline French 15 
Henry Smith 320 
MONTGOMERY Alexander T. 
266 
Armanthtt 270 
Catherine 266 
Charlotte Ruby 97 
Edward 97 
Edward Soule 97 
Eliza 36 
Harvey 266 270 
Hattie J. 44 
Horace WilUam;97 
John 36 
John S. 44 
Lula 97 
Lydia 264 
Marjorie Selina 97 
Mary E. 42 
Moses 35 
Sarah Ann 35 36 
Susan 37 
William 97 
MOODY— Mr. 141 
Dwight Lyman Ivi 
Paron 45 46 
Samuel 257 
MOON Anthony 278 
MOORE MoorJMoors 
Alba 74 
Alexander 50 
Alfred Fitler (Mrs.)txxi 
Emily Louisa xxi 
Frances 117 
Francis 73 74 
Francis J. (Mrs.) xxxiu 
James H. 50 

Marjorie Standish xxxm 
Mary Elizabeth 6 ^ 

MORFEW Morfewe , 

Alice 280 294 

Ann 291 

John 280 294 
MORGAN Adeline 53 

Eliza L. 34 

John T. 34 

Miles 170 

Ozias 53 
MORIARTY George Andrews 
81 169 242 278 v vii x XT 

Morison'.s«jMorrison * 
MORLEY Jasper 266 

Perlinia 266 
MORRILL Morrell Morril 

14 

Ann Maria 256 

Eleanor Cordelia Ixxxvi 

Hannah 253 

Henry 19 

Isabella 254 

John 158 

Laura Jane 14 

Mary 35 254 

Moses 251 



VOL. LXXVI. 



24 



Index of Persons 



Seymour 



MORRILL cont'd 

Nahum 248 250 231 252 253 

254 256 261 
Nellie B. 19 
Samuel 248 2.50 
Sarah 248 250 251 252 253 254 

256 261 
Sarah Worthea 19 
William 47 
MORRIS Cheria 170 
Clara Elizabeth lixU 
David 152 170 
Edward Uxix 
Elizabeth 25 
Elizabeth Constance 25 
Ephraim Ixjdi 
Eunice 152 
George 235 
Grissie Ixxix 
Ida Nesbitt Ixxx 
Isaac Ixxix 
John 25 
Joseph Ixxix 
Kate Eugenia viii 
Katharine 116 
Pamela Ixxix 
Seymour xxx Ixxix Ixxx 
Seymour Tucker Ixxx 
Thomas 235 Ixiix 
Tyler Seymour set 
MORRISON Moriso 

113 255 

Abigail 194 

Abigail B. 41 

Abraham 248 

Benjamin 112 113 248 255 

260 
Bradbury 105 
Charity 103 258 
Daniel 103 193 
David 107 259 
Dependence 249 
Dorothy Steuart 260 
Edward 103 
Eleanor 182 
Elijah 112 

Elisabeth 105 107 182 185 195 
Elisha 109 
Elizabeth 104 
Esther 249 253 261 
Eunice 253 
Francis Johnson 104 
Hannah 180 
Huldah 103 107 180 182 184 

185 258 
James H. 41 
Jeremiah 248 
John 108 109 260 
Joseph 104 105 107 114 182 

185 195 
Josiah 249 253 261 
Keziah 114 
Lill? 113 
Lucy 112 248 
Lydia 194 
Meribah 185 
Mary 103 184 247 



Mo 



103 



Nancy 253 

Nathan 107 

Nathan Littlefield 103 258 

Nicholas Gowen 114 

Noah 107 

OUve 107 259 

Priscilla 248 

Royal 107 

Sally 255 

Samuel 103 107 180 182 184 

185 248 258 
Samuel Eliot 241 
Sarah 108 109 185 260 
Susannah 253 
Uriah 113 
William 114 248 261 



210 



MORSE Mors Moss 

Abner Ixxxv 

Alisha Sfe Elisha 

Anna 177 

Arthur 48 

Dinah 177 

Edward 138 283 

Elisha 177 

Elizabeth 266 

Frances Hicks 210 

Frances Rollins 210 

George F. 266 

Hannah 148 

Harriet Jackson 209 

Henry Lee 210 

Isaac Smith 171 

J. Howard Uxxv 

Jessie Frances Lizzie 

John 195 210 

Joseph 148 151 152 171 

Lucy 148 

Mary Lee 210 

Nathan Ixxi 

Nehemiah 151 

Rachel 138 

Rhoda 141 

Samuel Torrey 209 

Sarah 177 

Seth 177 

Stephen 152 

William 138 139 141 
MORTON Charles 243 

Charlotte Frances Iv 
MOSES Andrew 140 

Anna Melissa 18 

Jonas 140 

Sarah L. 272 



Mo 



•Mo 



MOTT John R. Ivi 
MOULTON Hephzibah 198 

Jotham 196 

Mary J. 43 
MOYLE Edith Luella 9 

John 9 
Mrzon set Zon 
MUDGK Ehzabeth 220 222 
MtJLFORD Susan 319 
MULLINS Retume 219 
MXTLTER Sarah Jane 271 
MUMFORD George Elihu 218 

George Saltonstall 218 

Isabella Lee 218 

Isabella Mason 218 

Julia Emma 218 
MTTMMERYES Richard 57 
MTJNN — • 149 

Rebecca 149 



Mu 



: Mo 



MUNSON Asa 63 
MUNSTEAD Ascar 46 
MURDAC Alice 295 298 299 

Beatrice 300 

Eva 295 298 299 300 

Joan 301 

Maud 301 

Ralph 295 29S 299 300 
MURPHY 13 

Cassie 13 
MITRRAY — Mr. 142 

Anna 145 

Ethel Gwynna xxi 

John Kneeling 143 

Jonathan 158 

Joseph 143 145 

William 46 

William B. 158 
MYERS Meyer 

August Robert (Mrs.) xxi 

Ellen Rowley 24 

Emma Jane xxi 

Mary Ellen 20 

Samuel 20 

Sarah 20 



NABBS Edwahd 79 
NAIRNE David 60 
NASH Nashe 

Charles A. 50 

Edward 57 

Jerusha 85 



Lou 



1 50 



NASON Jeremiah 190 

John 264 

Phebe 254 

Sarah 257 

Uriah 257 
NAZRO Arthur Francis 246 

Arthur P. 246 

Eveline Blunt 248 

Thomas W. 248 
NEAL Neale 

— Mrs. 223 
. Edward 132 133 

Harriet Charlotte 212 

John 238 

Phebe 132 

Titus 133 
NEATHERD John 288 
NECOL 173 

Sarah 173 
NEEDHAM Nedham 

Anne 309 310 311 

Dorothy 308 309 310 311 

Elizabeth 308 309 

Frances 309 311 

Jane 309 

John 310 

Margaret 310 

Margery 309 

Mary 309 

Maud 309 

R. Jane 269 

Robert 308 309 

Robert Sir 309 

Robert Viscount Kilmorey set 
Kilmorey »Viscoant 

Thomas 309 310 311 
NELLIGAN Michael 53 
NELLIS Cornelia EUza 275 

Esther Elizabeth 275 

Jacob 275 

Jonas 275 

Nancy 275 
NELLY Joanna 185 

Olive 185 

Thomas 186 
NELSON Alfred T. 22 

Alice Josephine 22 

Ann Mary 275 

Jacob 275 

Josephine M. 22 

W. R. 315 
NESBITT Martha Ann Ixii 
NETTLETON Agnes 138 



i 172 



1 140 



Freelove 146 

Joseph 138 

Josiah 140 145 146 147 149 

Mary Ann 149 

Nancy 172 

Sarah 147 
NEVILL JoIIand de 301 

Maud Baroness Fumivall 
se€ Furnivall Baroness 

Maud de 301 
NEVINS Adelia 25 
NEWELL Abraham lix 

Andrew 204 

Ebenezer 157 

Elizabeth 201 204 

Frances lix 

Jonathan 204 

Mary Catherine lix 

Rhoda 157 

Thomas 204 
NEWIAND James 63 

Jo. 61 



Index of Persons 



NEWLAND cont'd 

Mary 63 
NEWMAN George Nathan 76 



Avis 136 

Christopher 136 

Richard 122 
NICHOLAS Nycbolas 

Wealthy W. 272 

William 56 
NICHOLS Nicholls 

174 

Agnes 136 

Albert C. 52 

Benjamin Ropea U 

David Ixxiv 

EUzabeth Keith lav 

Eloise A. 90 

Esther 220 

George 131 133 

George Henry Ixxiv 

Ichabod Ixxiv 

Isaac 134 135 136 141 142 144 

Jesse 146 

John 133 177 

Jonathan Lyman 142 

Joseph 131 

Lucy Orne lut U 

Lydia 133 

Mary Ix 

Price 131 

Richard 131 133 

Sarah 134 135 174 

Sarah Ann Ixxiv 

Susannah 177 

Tamah 131 

Thomas Ixxiv 

Timothy Russel 144 

Willard Atherton xxxi Ixxiv 
Ixxv 
NICHOLSON Clara Etta 20 
NICKERSON L. T. 50 
NIGEL — Dea. 298 
NILES Abigail E. 9 

Minerva 268 269 

Olive H. 269 
NIXON Jane S. 48 
NOBLE Arthur 170 
Frank Charlton xxii 

Diana 264 

George Washington Copp 
Ixxvii 
NORRIS J. A. 98 
Lula May 98 
Rebecca Ann 269 
NORTH Dexter 242 

John 242 
NORTHIE Sarah 281 
NORTHROP Amanda 86 
Amos 86 

Andrew Jackson 87 
Benjamin Wooster 86 
Betsey A. 87 
Clarissa Comb 91 
Clarissa S. 87 
Emeline 86 
Eunice 86 87 97 
Harmon 86 
Isaac 86 

Jane Elliot 86 87 99 
Mary Eliza 87 
Rebecca 86 
Sarah Harris 86 
Selina 87 
Willis 86 
Zorah 86 
NORTON Charles 265 
Daniel 16 
Edward 57 
Emeline A. 265 
Francis 317 
George 46 



NORTON cont'd 

Hannah 187 

Jacob 248 

Josiah 187 

Maria 265 

Phebe 16 

Sarah 187 248 

Stella 16 

Thomas Herbert 159 
Norwich Bp. of see under 

NOTEWARK Hannah 177 

Nelson 177 
NOURSE Anne 211 

Benjamin F. 50 53 

Sarah 50 53 
NOYES Alonzo B. SO 



OLMSTEAD cont'd 
Alvin Soule 87 
Ashburn 146 151 
Bradley H. 87 
Clarissa 87 
David 143 
Elias 268 



fe^ 



Stanton xxxijc 

Sarah M. 41 

William H. 41 
NTJKIN — Widow 280 
NTTTE Eliza J. 43 
NUTT Elisabeth Steuart 190 

Hiram S. 273 

Joanna 273 

Portus R. 273 
NUTTER Betsey 29 

Margaret 30 



Mil 



i2S 



Samuel 28 
Nycholaa see Nicholas 
NYE Alfred Atwood 90 

Benjamin 90 91 

Chester Fairbanks 91 

Edward John 91 

Fanny Polly 91 

George Washington 91 

John Wight 90 91 

Lucretia Northrop 91 

Mariette 90 91 

Mary 90 91 

Mary Alida 91 

Mary Eliza 90 91 

Nelson 91 

William Eaton 91 

OAXES Charles H. 214 

David 214 

Horatio N. 60 

Margaret 214 
OATLfiy Anna Blanche xiiii 
OATMAN 146 

Caroline Ixvii 

Caroline Blanchard Ixvii 

Elisha 143 

Samuel 141 142 143 145 149 

William Clift Ixvii 
O'CONNOR Anna 21 

David B. 21 

Jennie Stokes 21 
ODIORNE Henry 317 
O'DONOUGHUE Willoughby 

Oily see Oyley 
OKELEY Mary 123 

Michael 123 
OLDFTELD David 57 
OLDHAM Martha 73 

Richard 73 
OLDS Arabella Cook 99 

Edward Allen xxi 

John Preston 100 

Mary Porter 100 
OLIN Paris 264 

Sophia 264 
OLIVER — Mrs. 202 

Andrew 202 

EUzabeth 205 

John 188 200 

Mary 186 260 

Sarah 244 
OLMSTEAD Orastead Hom- 
stead 



172 

LeGrand 87 89 

Louisa A. 87 

Lucretia 89 

Mary 87 143 268 

Polly 270 

Polly E. 87 89 

Soule 87 

Timothy 87 89 

Timothy Allen 87 

Wmiam 145 
OLSEN Ann Mary 275 
Omstead see Olmstead 
ONSLOW Margery 309 

Thomas 309 
O'REILLY Vincent F. 160 
ORMONDE Butler James Earl 

of 311 
ORNE Lois 203 

Timothy 203 
ORTON EUzabeth 60 
OSBORN Osbonne Osbomo 
Usbome 

151 

Abigail 244 

Alexander 68 71 

Arodyne 271 

Charles D. (Mrs.) Ui 

Comfort 148 

Ebenezer 142 143 151 

Edith lU 

Edward 271 

EUzabeth 68 71 134 

Enos 145 

iames 244 
lary IngersoU Ivi 

Nicholas 59 

Rilla 148 

Sarah 146 

Seba 151 

Sena 151 

Sheldon 151 

Thomas 134 145 146 
OSGOOD 210 

Mary xxxvi 
OSTRANDER Solomon 266 
OTIS Abigail 28 29 36 

AbigaU K. 38 

AlnSra 39 

Blanche Ixxxi 

Charlotte 30 

EUza 36 

Hannah 39 

Harriet 36 

James 321 

Joanna 38 

John 28 

Joshua 28 29 41 

Judith 34 

Love 28 

Lucius B. Ixxix 

Lydia 31 

Mary 28 

MeUnda 36 

Nicholas 34 36 

Rebecca F. 41 

Sally 28 

Samuel 31 

Sarah Ann 41 

Sarah P. 40 

Stanley Lyman (Mrs.) Ixxxl 

Susan 28 



Index of Persons 



OUTRAM Eliza xijviii 
OVERSTREET Overstrecte 
Elizabeth 121 



Tho 



no 



WilUam 110 121 
OVERTON Dorothy 79 

Dymocke 79 

Edward 79 

Katharine 79 
OWENS Sophionia 48 
OWSTE Josias 225 

William 225 220 
OXENDEN Henry 67 
OYLEY Oily 

Henry I de 298 

Robert 11 de 298 

Robert in de 298 

PACKARD Betsey A. 272 

H. 272 
PADEN Betsey 277 

George 277 
PAGE Paige 

Abacuc 288 

Betsey 87 

Betsey Elliot 87 88 

Bridget 288 

Clara 87 

Eunice 87 89 

Foster 87 

Gardner 87 

Harriette White 211 

James 38 

Julia 88 

Lucy M. 38 

Maria Betsey 87 

Mary 37 87 

Mary Ann 98 

Phineas 87 

Sarah Worthen 19 

Stillman Elisha 87 88 

Wealthy 37 

William Sir 235 
PAHXEY Simone 215 
PAINE Payne 

Aaron H. 92 

Allen 267 

Almira E. 276 

Anthony 129 

Charles Jackson 207 

Harriet 210 

Inlia207 

Lucinda 268 

Mariette E. 92 

Polly Ann 92 

Richard 68 

Rose 129 

William 210 
PALMER George Herbert bdi 

Hoyt 48 
PAMPHLET Ann 61 75 

EUzabeth 60 61 75 

John 60 75 

Margaret 60 75 

Mary 60 75 
PANCOAST Sarah xxriv 
PANGBARN 152 

Bennet 152 

PANGMAN 174 

PARADISE Paradice 

Frances 64 67 
PARISH John C. 160 
PARK Parks 

Calvin 53 

Charles Edwards 163 164 
167 

Cyrenius 242 

Frank Sylvester 242 319 

Halsey 319 

John 53 

John C. 53 

Joseph 272 

Lawrence 197 



PARK cont'd 

Mary 272 

Sylvia Ann 25 
PARKER 230 

Alice 227 230 

Ann 263 

Asa 263 

Asenath 97 

Beatrice 230 

Benjamin G. 36 

Betsey 87 

Daniel G. 42 

Dorothy 227 230 

Eulia97 

Hannah S. 36 

Isaiah 155 156 

J. Fred 160 

Luther 46 

Mary J. 42 

Richard 50 

Robert 94 

Samuel 46 

Sophia 04 

Sophia M. 94 

Wallace 97 

Weston 285 

William 155 156 190 
PARKINSON Anne Outram 
mviii 

Gertrude xxxix 

Jane 

John J 

Mary 

Willia 

PARKMAN 281 

Parks see Park 
PARLIN Almina 271 
PARMELEE Emma 276 
PARMENTER James Parker 

Rebecca 86 
PARRETT 69 

Henry 56 

Jean 56 69 
ARRYJohn 224 
PARSHLEY Betsey 32 

Emeline S. 41 

Hannah E. 42 

Hattie J. 44 

John 32 

John L. 39 

John W. 38 






i39 



Mary 32 

Mary A. 38 

Mary Ann 41 

Marybee 32 

Sarah M. 41 

Thomas 32 
PARSONS Abigail Frost 
Ixxjtix xc 

John 47 53 xc 

Jonathan 135 137 

Joseph Ixxxix xc 

MaUna 272 

Mary 137 

Theophilus 321 

William ic 
PARTRIDGE Pattrige 

— Mrs. SO 

Ann A. 271 

John 50 

Sarah Brackett xliii 

PATCHEN 173 

PATRICK Sally 30 
PATTEN Abigail 104 106 110 
179 181 183 184 

Albert Reynolds Soule 95 

Augusta Eugenie 95 

Elisabeth 183 

Hans 104 106 110 112 179 181 
183 184 196 258 

James Littlefield 110 

Jane 179 



PATTEN cont'd 

Jeremiah 104 

Joanna 112 

John Reynolds 95 

Johnson Harman 103 

Joseph 10(3 

Lydia 184 

Priscilla 103 253 

Robert 112 

Thomas 104 

Wilham 103 258 
PATTERSON Patteson 

— Mr. 145 

Alexander 53 

Elizabeth 136 

James 136 

Thomas 240 

Wilham Davis 322 viii 
Pattrige see Partridge 
PAUL Burlington 22 

Marietta Dennett 22 

Mary 22 

William 50 
PAYE Henry 223 
Payne see Paine 
PEABODY Elizabeth lixxv 

Elizabeth Copley 211 > 

Elizabeth Putnamjxxix Ixxxv 

Endicott 211 

Fanny 211 

Francis 210 211 Ixxxv 

Francis Greenwood I 

George Lee 211 

Gertrude 211 

Helen 211 

Isaac Ixxxv 

John Endicott 211 

Joseph Ixxxv 

Marianne Cabot 210 

Martha 210 Ixxxv 

Martha Endicott 211 

Martha P. 211 

Rosamond 211 

Samuel Endicott 210 

Sarah Ann lii 
Pearce see Pierce 
PEARL Abiah 28 

Elizabeth 29 

Lydia 30 

Sarah 36 
Pearry see Perry 
PEARY see also Perry 

Betsey 31 

Smith 31 
PEASE Robert H. 50 
PEAVE'Y Peavy 

Abigail C. 34 

Aima M. 35 

Betsey 32 

Betsey N. 36 

Hannah 30 36 

John 43 

Joseph 30 

Lydia 33 

Mary 29 43 

Sarah Ann 35 
PECK Betsey 277 

John E. 53 

Sarah 53 

W. W. 277 
PECKHA.M Mary Elizabeth 

Peers see Pierce 
Peirce see Pierce 
Peirse see Pierce 
Peirson see Pierson 
PEMBERTON ConsUnce 

Emily 18 
PENHALLOW Abigaii;244 

Ann 243 

Anne 244 

Benjamin 244 



Index of Persons 



PENHALLOW cont'd 
Chamond 243 
Charles Sherburne 243 245 

246 XXX xc 
Elizabeth 244 
Elizabeth Warner Pitts 244 

245 
Eveline Blunt 246 
Harriet 244 
Helen Olcott 246 
Hunking 244 
Jane Smith 246 
John 243 244 245 
John Huntington Coffin 246 
Louise Harrison 246 
Mary 243 244 
Mary King 246 
Mary Warner 246 
Pearce Wentworth 243 244 

245 246 
Richard 243 
Samuel 243 244 
Sarah 244 
Penney see Penny 
PENNOCK James 133 

Peter 133 
PENNY Penney 

Abigail 114 195 252 257 281 

Abraham 103 

Ada 103 179 180 

Benjamin 103 

Betsey 252 

Christiana 252 

Daniel 104 258 

Eli 110 

George 114 252 261 

Joanna 179 192 

John 103 104 106 107 109 114 

195 
Johnson 104 
Jonathan 109 
Joseph 103 
Olivea 104 258 
Sarah 103 104 106 107 109 110 

195 260 
Stephen 107 

Thomas 103 106 179 180 195 
257 
PEPPER William 235 
PEPPERELL WilUam Sir 242 

PERCYE — 70 

Margaret 57 70 
PERCYVALL Alice 279 284 293 
Christopher 284 293 
John 279 293 
PERINCHEF — Widow 237 
PERKINS Perkings Perkyns 
Peyrekyns Pierkins 

107 108 110 114 182 

180 189 251 254 259 260 261 
— Mrs. 228 

Abigail 30 36 109 219 255 
AUce 30 224 225 229 
Anna 182 189 255 
Anne 225 227 228 230 
Asa 35 

Bathshua 228 231 
Beatrice 224 225 228 229 230 
Betsey 223 230 254 
Betty 106 181 196 258 
Catherine 225 
Comfort 189 
niel 103 



Da 



i39 



Deborah 35 
Edward 227 228 229 231 232 
Elias 139 140 141 142 
Elisha 107 109 185 191 194 
Elizabeth 109 185 194 212 223 

224 225 228 229 230 231 232 
Ellen Augusta Ivi 
Frances 224 225 227 228 229 

230 231 
Francis 223 225 226 227 230 



PERKINS cont'd 

Frank Elmer (Mrs.) 223 227 
George 52 223 224 225 227 228 

230 
Hannah 29 139 
Harriet 35 

Harrington 228 229 232 
Henry Esban 320 
Jacob 108 109 110 114 189 

257 259 
Jane 227 228 231 

Jedediah 261 

Jeremiah 104 

Joan 225 227 228 230 

John 108 181 191 193 219 223 

225 227 228 229 230 332 258 
John Bradbury 107 
John Hawkins 140 
Johne 229 
Josiah 182 
Joyn 223 229 
Katharine 223 224 225 228 

228 230 231 
Lanora F. 39 
Lucretia Deming Ixiv 
Lucy 186 
Lydia 31 179 180 
Mark 114 

Mary 189 228 229 231 232 2S5 
Matthew 110 251255 
Mehitable 181 
Nabby 254 
Nahum 251 
Nancy L. 44 
Nathaniel 36 
Ned Allen 142 
Newman 102 103 114 180 182 

189 191 258 
Nicholas 223 224 229 230 
Noah 114 
Olive 189 
Paul 36 

PeUtiah 188 254 260 
Phebe 104 179 181 195 
Philomela 181 

Rebecca 227 228 229 231 232 
Richard 31 227 
Robert 223 224 229 230 
Samuel 228 229 232 
Sarah 102 103 114 180 182 189 

228 229 231 232 257 
Sarah Ann 35 

Sparks 104 179 181 191 103 
Susan 38 
Thaddeus 109 
Theodosia 185 
Thomas 223 224 225 226 227 

228 229 230 231 
Thomas Handasyd 212 
Toby 228 229 232 
Tryphena 141 
Warren H. 44 

William 102 223 225 227 228 

229 230 231 232 
PERLEY Dolly Ann Ixi 
PERRIGO Ann 270 
PERRY Pearry see a. 

■ 171 



J Peary 



— Wide 

Abijah 138 

Abner 172 

Andrew 147 

Azariah Hawley 147 

Betsey 30 

Caleb 135 136 137 140 145 147 

150 153 172 174 
Corydon M. 277 
Daniel F. 38 
David 140 150 
David Charles 173 
Elisabeth 172 
EUzabeth 172 
Hannah M. 43 



PERRY cont'd 
John 141 174 
Joseph 138 170 172 



Olii 



153 



Philo 136 
Rachel 138 173 
Samuel 171 
William 138 

Yelverton 141 145 147 150 
153 
PERSHING John Joseph 23 
PETERS Helen 91 
Henry 91 
Joseph 91 
Richard 90 91 
Salmon 91 
Samuel T. xxix xc 
Sarah 90 
PETTEBONB EU 155 
PETTET Eliada 138 

Samuel 138 
Peyrekyns see Perkins 
Pfister von see Von Pfister 
PHELPS Caroline 47 63 
Charles J. 88 
Cynthia 85 
Ebeneier 85 
Hiram Soule 88 
Jerusha 85 
Joel 85 
Joshua 47 53 
PHILBRICK Haniuh 19 

Sally 43 
PHILLIPS Philips 
Elizabeth 79 
George 53 
Mary 68 67 73 
Philip Lee 82 
Sophia 264 
PHILPOT Phylypot 

71 

John 223 
Margaret 71 
PHIPPS Phips 
Elizabeth 202 
Rebecca 20 2 
Sarah 312 
Spencer 202 
Phylypot see Philpot 
PICBlXrD Picard 
Andrew B. 269 
John 60 
R. Jane 269 
PICKERING — Dea. 204 
Abigail 32 
Jane 40 

John 203 210 U 
Joseph 41 
Lois 203 
Mary Ix 
Mary G. 41 
Nathaniel 40 
Sarah 203 210 
Timothy Ix 
PIERCE Pearce Peers Peirce 
Peirse 

Abigail 30 

Anson 177 

Arthur Winslow v vi 

Bethia 244 

Caroline xlv 

Charles 43 

CUra 155 

David 244 

Elizabeth 220 222 

EUzabeth Ann 272 

Hall 39 

Harriet 244 

John 30 37 220 221 222 

John D. 37 



Index of Persona 



PIERCE cont'd 

Laura J. 43 

Lydia 167 



Ma 



Mary 177 

Michael 155 xlvi 

Molly 37 

Nathan 155 156 167 

Richard N. 275 

SaUy 33 39 

Sarah 38 155 157 

Susannah 222 

Tamzine H. 37 

William 38 
Pierldns see Perkins 
PIERSON Peirson 

Bartholomew 136 

Eli 146 153 

Jonathan 135 136 

Margaret White 213 

Martha 135 

Sarah 137 

Stephen 137 
PKE Edward 21 

Frances A. 21 

Mary A. 21 

SaUy 263 
Pilbury see Pilsbury 
PILLE Thomas 115 
PILSBURY Pilbury PilUbury 

Alpha I. 33 

Ehza34 

Elilabeth livi 

Enoch H. 34 

Horace D. Uvi 

Margaret 33 
PINKHAM AroUne ChaM ili 

George H. 34 

Isaac xli 

Lydia xli 

Patience 34 
PIPER Anne Palfrey 215 

Anne Tag^rd 215 

Caroline A. 177 

Ebeneier H. 177 

Elizabeth 177 

Francis 42 

Hannah M. 42 

Laura A. 177 

Mary 177 

William 177 

William Taggard 216 
PFTCHER Abigaa 132 

Asa 132 

Samuel 132 
PITKIN Ella 19 

Minnie E. 19 

William 19 
PITMAN Betsey 36 

David 36 
PITSOR Wilson 275 
PITTS John M. 268 

Mary Ann 268 
PIXLEY Clara 177 

Martin W. 177 

Mary J. 177 

Samuel 177 
PLACE Abigail 27 

Emily Y. 42 

Enoch 27 28 44 
PLAISTED H. M. 320 
PLATT Frances 93 

Hannah M. 43 
James 27 
John K. 43 

Mary E. 41 

SaUy 27 

Susan 32 

Susan D. 40 
PLEASINGTON Francis 225 
PLEYER John 56 
PLUMB Plum 
Anna 147 

David 141 



PLUMB cont'd 

Eunice 148 

Tared 134 143 145 147 170 

Joseph 142 

Joshua 140 

Mary 145 , 

Ruth 143 

Samuel 134 140 141 142 144 
145 146 148 170 

Sarah 144 146 

Zuriel 145 146 
PLUMKR Almira 39 

Francis 39 
PLUMLEY Sarah 79 
PLURDY David 53 
POLLARD Asenath 14 
POMROY Pomery 

Leonard 316 

Rebecca Rossignol 169 
POND Handel IvUi 
PONSOLD Alice de 298 299 300 

Stephen de 298 300 

Thomas de 299 
POPE Elijah xJUi 

John 206 

Phebe xliii 

Robert 150 

Tabitha xliii 
PORTER Annie Iv 

Benjamin liv 

Carohne M. 271 

David 271 

George liv 

Harriot 12 

Henry Kirke xxviii liv 

Isaac Adams Uv 

Jane Smith 246 

Jessie Alice viii 

John 12 Uv 

Lucy 134 

Mary 12 

Micah 12 

Moses Uv 

Noah 12 

Phebe Clarissa liv 

Richard 12 

Ruth 132 

Samuel liv 

Timothy 132 134 

Weston 286 

William 50 Uv 
PORTKUS Thomas Crudda* 

159 
POTTER Ann IxviU 

Benjamin 273 

Gilbert Ixviii 

John 122 

Laura Ann 273 

Martha 273 
POWELL Powle 

Anne 309 

Keys B. 32 

Lydia 32 

Robert 309 

William 286 
POWERS Power 

James 267 

WiUiam 53 
Powle see PoweU 
Poyen Joseph Rochemont de 

see St. Sauveur 
PRAGER Adolph 20 

EUzabeth 20 
PRATT Pratte 

Agnes 123 127 

Anna 224 

Beatrice 224 

C. 53 

Catherine 92 

Charles 53 

Daniel 53 

David 266 

EUza 208 



FrankUn 92 

James Franklin 92 

Jane E. 53 

John 224 

Mary 123 127 

Samuel xxi 

Walter 123 127 

Wealthy 266 
PREBLE Abraham 318 
Prence see Prince 
PRENTICE Prentess Prentiase 

— Judge 272 

Edward 225 226 

EUiabeth 226 

Henry 226 

Joyce 226 

Thomas 226 

William 226 
PRESBREY Abby Leonard 
xlviii 

Edward Hyde xlviii 

Helen Hyde xlviii 

John xlviii 

John Oliver xlviii 

Oliver Hyde xlviii 

Oliver Stetson xxx xlviu 

Sarah Maria xlviu 

WiUiam xJviU 

William Hyde xlviii 
PRESCOTT EUiabeth 2U 

John Ixxvi 

Samuel Gate (Mrs.) 169 

William Ixv 
PRESSEY John Friend 19 

Stella Tenney 19 
Prest see Priest 
PRESTON Peter 47 
PRICE Samuel 52 
PRIEST Prest 

Betsey F. 37 

Gabriel 50 

Pelatiah 37 
PRIME John H. 274 
PRINCE Prence 

Theodore xxi 

Thomas Ixvii 
PRINGLE Prindle 

Abraham Marks 140 

Betsey 146 

Betty 142 

Ebenezer 140 141 142 143 144 
145 146 148 150 

Enos 140 141 143 143 144 

John 145 151 

Jonathan 133 

Joseph 140 141 

Josiah 143 






i 144 



Lois 141 

Lucy 140 

Mary 145 

Mordecai 142 144 

Richard 148 

SaUy 145 
PRIOR Martha 271 

William A. 271 
PRISSE William 116 
PRITCHARD Archibald 137 

Aiariah 139 140 142 144 145 

David 137 

Eunice 139 

Leaverit 173 

Marmara 145 

Ralph 142 144 
PROCTOR Procter 

Aaron M. 271 

Charles Anderson Ivi 

Ellen Augusta Ivi 

Francis IngersoII Ivi 

Henry Harrison xxix Ivi 

John 219 



Index oj Persons 



PROCTOR cont'd 

John W. \v\ 

Mary Ingersoll Ivi 

Sarah Jane 271 
PROUD Prude 

Hannah 204 

Thomas 238 239 
PURLING John 219 
PUNCHARD Mary 131 

William 131 132 
PURCHASE Purchaa 

George 229 231 

Mary 229 231 

Samuel 231 
PUTNAM Benjamin A. 53 

Eben M 82 xv 

Edward 95 

EUzabeth Imxv 

Elizabeth Pierce 95 

Helen K. 53 

Hugh 116 

Israel ^1 

Mary xli 
PUTNEY Anna Cordelia Ixxxij 

Ardelia Ixxxix 

George Henry Ixxxix 
PUTTENHAM Christian 116 
PYGOTT William 279 
PYNCHON WiUiam 170 
PYNDER Richard 59 

QUARITCH Bernard 322 
QUAYLE Alexandres Jack 81 

James 81 

Papie Lee 81 

Maud C. 81 
OUIGG Ethel Gwynna xxi 

Lemuel Ely (Mrs.) xxi 
OUINCY Edmund Ixiv 

P. J. 46 

Jacob Ixiv 

John Williams Ixiv 

Josiah 220 

Lucretia Deming Ixiv 

Mary Perkins xxx Ixiv ^ 

RABBAS William 67 
RACHELL Eliiabeth 68 69 

Henry 58 69 
RACKKMANN Charles Sedg- 
wick 78 169 
RADCLIFFE — 309 

Jane 309 
Rae sec Ray 

RAINALD — Abbot 297 
RALEIGH Walter Sir li 
Ralph see RoUe 
RAMSDELL Ramsdel 

IsabelU 261 

Timothy 261 
RAND Abigail 39 

Bickford 39 

Uura J. 43 

Sarah P. 40 
RANDALL Daniel L. 40 

Ellen Harriet 91 

Lucretia H. 40 41 

Martha J. 271 

Mary Ella xvi 

Susan 271 
RANDOLPH Coleman 242 
RANKIN Rankins 

A. E. (Mrs.) Ixxiii 

Bethia 194 

Philadelphia 195 
RANNEY A. A. Ixxi 

Betsey 266 

John 266 

Luke 266 
RANSOM Ebenezer 28 

Harriet 272 

Sally 28 
RANTOUL Harriet Charlotte 
212 



RANTOUL cont'd 
Lucy Sanders 212 
Neal2I2 
Robert Samuel 212 

RASKOB John Jakob 319 

RASTOLL RastoUe 



Tho 



I 224 



Rawlins see Rollins 
RAY Rae Rea 

Alice 177 

Artemas 177 

Diana 177 

Electa 177 

Ehzabeth 177 178 

Frances lanes 90 

George C. 177 

Guy C. 177 

Ida M. 176 

Jacob C. 44 

James 177 178 

Jane 177 178 

John 90 

Martha S. 44 

Mary 177 178 

Milo 177 178 



Mi. 



177 



Prudence 177 

Rebecca 178 

Walter 90 

William 177 178 

William Manfield 178 
RAYBURN Calvin (Mrs.) xxii 

Jenny xxii 
RAYMOND Arthur C. xliii 

EHjah 148 

Helena Augusta xliii 

Irving Edward (Mrs.) xxi 

Lewis 146 

Martin 53 

Maude Sloane xxi 

William 197 
RAYNE Josephine Elizabeth 

RAYNETHORPK William 279 
RAYWORTH F. Lee 14 

May 14 
Rea see Ray 
READ Reade Reed Reid 

170 



Arthur M. 63 
Charles C. (Mrs.) 154 
Charles Rensselear 86 S 
Edward 66 ■ 
Eliza 269 
Ezra 170 
Hannah E. 42 
Henrietta 99 
Henry Beecher vi x 
Tames 194 257 269 
James G. 42 
Lydia 29 
Lydia H. 267 
Margery 66 
Mary 38 46 
Mary Jane 269 
0- M. 47 
Rensselear 86 
Rensselaer Smith 99 
Robert M. 38 
Sarah 80 99 



Tho 



; 66 



READING Mary : 

William xxxviii 
RECORD George L. Ixxxiv 
REDFIELD Martha W. 274 

Roswell M. 274 
REDS'TONE Vincent Burrough 

REDVERS Baldwin de Earl of 
Devon see Devon Earl of 
va de Lady 296 



Reed see Read 
REHILL Mary 22 
REIBY Mary 15 
REICHERT John 48 

Sarah 48 
Reid see Read 
REINSHAM Frances 30S 

George 308 
REIRDON Burton 100 

Howard 100 

Janette 100 

Maude Louise 100 

Ralph 100 

Vivian 100 

Walter J. 100 
REMICK Betsey 36 
RENWICK Jane Ixxiii 
Jeffrey Ixxiii 



Villis 



RESTARICK Constance 23 

Henry Bond 23 

Mary Lottie 23 
REUSHLEIN Caroline R. 276 
REYLINS Mary 192 
REYNOLDS Ephraim F. 33 

Mary P. 33 

WiUUm 48 
RHODES — Mr. 267 

Electa 263 

Harriet 267 

John 261 

Lucindi 264 

WiUiam 263 
RICE Allen 269 

Bahama 264 266 

Benjamin 264 269 

Betsey 265 

Calvin 263 

Catherine 266 

Cynthia 263 

David 265 

Dorcas 265 

E. H. (Mrs.) 278 

Ebenezer 105 196 

Gladys Durant 212 

Lucy W. 215 

Martha 105 1B6 

Mary 269 

Rhoda 269 
RICH Ehzabeth 194 

George 320 
Jerusha 2(53 

Mary Ann 264 
Sarah Jane 14 
Richard Earl of Chester see 

Chester Earl of 
RICHARDSON Abigail 313 
Agnes 57 
Ahira Steele 95 
Amos 47 
Anna 15 

Bartholomew 313 
Betsey 95 
Clara Lee 213 
Douglas Soule 96 
Edward Peirson 213 
Elisha Benton 95 
Emma Barnes 95 
Emma Frances 95 
Frank 47 
Harry 95 
Jessie Emma 95 
Margaret White 213 
Martha 195 
Maurice Howe 213 
Pamell 57 
Phebe 313 
Sarah 190 
Sidney 47 
Susannah 93 
Thomas 57 
William Streeter 163 vi vii 



Index of Persons 



RICHMOND - 

Enoch 8 
Isaac M. 272 
Lucy P. 



Ma 



. S. 272 



Natalie J 
Susannah S 
RICKER Ahce 250 
Anna 191 
Deborah 33 
Eliia 34 

Ephraim Downs 109 
George 1 14 
Hannah 191 
Jane 108 109 110 259 
■ athan 35 



]^ 



188 



Mary 191 

Phebe 191 

Rebecca F. 41 

SaUy 35 

Samuel 250 

Samuel C. 46 

Sarah 114 188 

Solomon 108 109 110 192 

Stephen 110 114 188 192 250 
RIDGWAY Caroline xxxiv 

Sarah xixiv 

Thomas xxxiv 
RIDLJEY Mahala 271 

Thomas 271 
RIEDESEL Frederica Charlottt 

Louisa Baroness 202 
RIGGS 172 

Edward 138 143 

Lois 143 

Moses 149 151 

RosetU 153 

Sheldon 149 

Thomas 153 
RILEY Anna Margaret 315 

Eliza B. SO 

Harriet 97 

John Steele 97 



The 



I 97 



319 



RIPPIER An 
RIX Joseph 220 
ROACH Lucy 50 

Spencer J. 50 
Robberts see Roberta 
ROBBINS Robins 

Edith May 320 

Frank Egleston 320 

J. N. 174 

Joseph Gibbs 320 

N. C. 50 

Thomas 62 
Robert Earl of Mellent see 

K. Mellent Earl of 
ROBERTS Robberts Robert 



Ma 



190 



, 53 



Benjan 

Carolme Frances Ixvii 

Charles G. D. lixxiv 

Charlotte 178 

Daniel Ixvii 

John W. 53 

Joseph 32 

Lucinda Uvii 

Lucy 190 195 

Rachel 40 

Richard 190 196 258 

Susan 32 

William 48 
Robertson see Robinson 
Robms see Robbins 
ROBINSON Robertson 
Robison 

Allen 269 

Benjamin 147 

Daniel 50 

Delos 270 

EUza 277 



ROBINSON cont'd 
I. M. 47 

Jeremiah 277 

John 147 170 

Lydia 30 

Lydia A. 43 

Martin 277 
Mary 29 35 268 

Matthew 189 

Phebe 16 

Robert H. 48 

Samuel 29 

Shadrach 43 

William 189 318 

Zebulun 46 
ROCKEFELLER WUliam 

Goodsell xxi 
ROCKWELL Bennett 277 

Cornelia Li\'ingston Ixi 

Julius Ixi 

Lucy Forbes Ixi 

Mary Alida 91 
RODMAN Elizabeth xxxix 
Roe see Rowe 
ROGERS Roger Roggers 

Alpheus 38 

Bethia 27 

Charles 53 

Elizabeth Putnam xxix 1« 

Emily 263 

Jacob Crowniiishield Ixxx 

John 281 

Joseph 143 170 

Katharine 58 

Nancy 38 

Samuel 263 

Thomas 170 Ixxi 
ROUE Ralph 

70 293 

Agnes 279 293 

Cynthia 283 

Gilbert 281 

Henry 57 



Ma 



1 57 



Thomas 57 
ROLLINS Rawlins 

Aaron B. 37 

Clarissa 30 

Elizabeth A. 37 

Esther 194 

Henry Leighton xxii 
ROLLy^L. W. 48 
Romberg von see Von Romberg 

ROMBO0LL 280 

ROOD MarshaU 41 

Mar>' 41 
ROOSEVELT Alice Hathaway 
217 

Alice Lee 217 

Archibald Bulloch 217 

Belle Wyatt 217 

Edith Kermit 217 

Eleanor Butler 217 

Ethel Carow 217 

Grace S. 217 

Kermit 217 

Martha 217 

Ouentin 217 

Theodore 217 xli 
ROOT Catherine 268 

ROSE "Elizabeth 266 

Harriet 210 

Harriet Paine 210 

John 206 

Joseph Warner 210 

Mary OS 71 

Mary Ann 266 

William C. 4S 
ROSENBERGER Jesse 

Leonard 242 
ROSS Alice 193 

Anne 194 

Elizabeth 192 



ROSS cont'd 

Hephzibah 257 

James 17 257 

John J. 50 

Martha 17 

Mary 17 
ROTHERFIELD Mabilia do 

296 
ROUNDEY Annie B. Ixxxv 
ROUSE Betsey 278 

Catherine 274 

Elizabeth 275 

Harriet 265 273 

James 273 274 275 

Jeremiah 273 275 

Joseph 265 275 278 

OHve 265 



Ro» 



•Ro» 



ROWBERD Amy 127 

Anne 122 127 

Ellen 121 

Robert 122 127 

William 122 127 
ROWE Roe Row 

— Capt. 151 

Anne 30 

Darnel 132 

Dorothy 32 

Emily 264 265 

Frances L. 7 

John 30 32 152 153 

Judith 33 

MarKaret 34 

Matilda 40 

Nathaniel 33 

Samuel M. 277 

Sarah 31 

Susan 7 30 

Walter 7 
ROWELL Simon D. 48 
ROWLAND Dunbar (Mrs.) 321 

Ezra 268 

George (Mrs.) 81 

Henry 81 

Martha 268 
ROWLEY Deborah 263 
John B. 272 274 275 278 

Miriam A. 272 

Miriam A. B. 274 276 

Moses 274 
ROYCE Abigail 89 
RUAN John G. 63 
RUCKE Lawrence 68 

Thomas 62 
RUCKLE Maryett 271 
RUDD Ellen 271 
Hannah 8 

Mary Ixxx 
RUGG Alexander 87 

Charies 92 

Donald 92 

Harr>- Charles 92 

Maria E. 87 

Marian Bertha 92 

Mary Rosamond 92 

Philinda 87 

William HeniT Harrison 87 
RUMSEY Mary E. 159 
RUPP Frances Moseley 13 

John 13 
RUSSELL Russel 

260 

AUce 229 

Bill 112 

C. P. 46 

Daniel 114 131 

Flora 173 

Frederick Camber xxi 

John 112 114 131 190 318 

Joseph 148 204 

Lydia 13 112 114 260 

Mary E. 53 

Persis 92 



Index of Persons 



RUSSELL cont'd 

Sarah 148 173 

William 173 224 

William A. 53 

William Eustis Uvi 
RUTHERFORD N. F. 50 
RDTLEDGE Anne 12 
RYAN Ryon 

Gertrude 263 

Harriet 267 

James M. 47 

John 263 

Juliet 267 
RYE John 279 283 

Walter 284 295 
Ryon su Ryan 

SACKETT Sacket Sackolt 

John 60 61 68 74 

Mary 66 67 74 

William 60 74 
SAFFORD — Maj. 157 

Elizabeth 90 

iennison S. 90 
lary 269 

Silas Hemingway Jennison 90 

Venetia Lucretia 90 
ST. GEORGE Frances 233 

Henry Sir 233 
ST. JOHN Charles 267 

Charlotte 272 

Elon G. 269 

Josiah 269 

Julia Ann 269 

Lydia 267 
ST. SAUVEUR de Gr4goire 
— Chevalier de 170 

de Poyen Joseph Rochemont 
de 170 
SALISBURY Salsbury 

Candace 274 

Elon Galusha 159 

Mary 

Robert Sir 309 
SALTER Salteis 

— Mr. 132 

Benjamin 132 

Nicholas Sir 236 
SALTONSTALL Caroline 212 

CaroUne James 212 

Eleanor 211 

Elizabeth Baldwin 212 

Endicott Peabody 211 

Frances Anna Fitch 211 

Gladys Durant 212 

John Lee 212 

Josephine Rose 212 

Leverett 211 

Lucy Sanders 212 

Mary Elizabeth 211 

Nathaniel 212 

Philip Leverett 211 

Richard Middlecott 211 

Robert 212 

Rosamond 212 

Rose Lee 211 

Rose Smith 211 

William Gurdon 212 
Sambome sec Sanborn 
SAMPSON AbigaU 40 

James 191 

Polly 35 

Ruth 191 192 194 

Sally 29 

Susannah 28 
SANBORN Sambome 

Aaron xlvi 

Benjamin xlvi 

Caroline Kirkland ilviii 

Franklin Benjamin xlvi 

John xlvi 

Joseph xlvi 

Judith 36 

Louisa Augusta xlvi 



SANBORN cont'd 
Louisa Leavitt xlviii 
Louisa Wilkinson xlv 
Victor Channing xiv 



Sanders see Saunders 
SANDERSON Abby 13 

Clarissa 203 

John 263 
Sandford see Sanford 
SANDYS Robert 239 
SANFORD Sandford 

144 

— Dr. 173 

CUrana 144 

Clarissa 152 

Mary 145 

Mercy M. 178 

Raymond 145 146 

Stephen 152 

Wilham 50 51 

Zadok 147 149 171 
SANGER EUza Ixxi 

SARGENT Charles Sprague 
206 
Francis Williams 214 
Jane Wells 214 
Margaret 295 
Margery 214 
William 295 XV 
Winthrop 320 
SARMIENTO Jane Josephii 

216 

SAUNDERS Sanders 
70 



Betsey Y. 43 
Caroline 212 
Christian 122 
Comfort 30 
David 122 
Elias M. 270 
Elizabeth 57 70 
Hannah 44 
Harriet A. 270 
Jesse 50 
Joel 36 
John 37 320 



39 
ia L. 37 



SAWYER cont'd 

Micajah 207 

Nathaniel 103 

Samuel 182 

Siirah ISO 196 

Sibyl 207 

William 108 

Winthrop 54 
SAX Cinderilla Ann 267 
SAXTON A. Eden 271 



Martha 34 

Mary 33 

Mar>' Ann 35 

Mary Elizabeth 211 

Olive M. 270 

Phebe 36 

Sally 37 

Stephen 271 

William 39 116 

William F. 35 
SAVAGE AUce 227 

John P. K. 53 
SAVARY AUred ■William 321 



Abr^ 



1 1&4 



Benja 

Daniel 103 180 259 

Elisabeth 184 

Elizabeth 54 87 

Elizabeth P. 43 

F. H. Iviii 

Frances 103 

Hannah 181 

Hannah Famham 207 

John D. 87 

Joseph 108 

Louisa A. 87 

Mary 108 182 

Mar/ Anna 207 



Ha 



; 271 



Sayer see Sears 
SAYFORD S. M. Ivi 
SCAMMON James Liv 
SCKAW Janet 321 
SCHERKLKOW Edward O. 
(Mis.) 77 xxii 

Margaret xxii 
SCHNAKENBERG Daniel xli 
SCHOFIELD Scofield 

Charles A. 46 

Ethel Lord 130 
SCHOONMAKER Elizabeth 
Putnam 89 

lames Erwin 89 

Peter 89 

Sarah Mallory 89 
SCHUTTE Amelia 209 
SCHUYLER Mary Ann 207 

Philip J. 207 
SCHWAB Charles M. xlviii 
SCOATES Miriam 65 
Scofield see SchoSeld 
SCOTT Scot 

170 

— Mr. 133 

— Widow 145 
Daniel 132 
Edith xxii 
Esther 132 
Gilbert 210 
Harriet 169 244 

Henry Edwards 76 154 240 

Janet 210 

Jessie Frances Lizzie 210 

John 244 

Lydia 133 

Phebe 35 

Thomas 238 

William 47 
SCOVIL 153 

Nancy 153 
SCRIBNER Patty 265 
SCRUTON Charlotte 42 

David 29 

George 34 

Hiram W. 40 

Joseph 32 

Lydia 29 

Martha 32 

Michael 38 



Pat; 



i34 



;39 



Polly 35 

Rachel 40 

Stephen 28 

Susan 28 38 

I'homas 35 
SEAMAN Ellen A. 278 

George W. 278 

Harriet N. 270 

Sus2n 278 
Seamer sec Seymour 
SEARS Sares Sayer 

256 

Abigail 107 109 110 111 

Betty 182 

Daniel 107 109 110 11 1 187 193 

Ebenezer 111 185 

Elisabeth 185 187 

EUzabcth 192 

Eunice 1S3 

Frances 255 



Index of Persons 



SEARS cont'd 


SHAMBAUGH cont'd 


SHERMAN cont'd 


Hannah 196 256 


John 25 


Harry 279 280 293 


Henry 46 


John Jacob 25 


Henry 279 281 285 287 291 


Isaac 111 


Laura E. 25 


292 293 


John 110 


SHANK M. 272 


Jenny Paull 89 
Lucinda 93 


Joshua 251 


SHANNON Martha Ann Stev- 


Joshua Montgomery 245 


ens xvii 


Polly Ann 92 


Jotham 251 


SHAPLEY Thomas 47 


Rensselaer Read 89 


Lucy 192 251 255 


SHATTUCK Amelia 209 


Sarah 89 273 


Lydia 191 . 


Anne Henrietta 213 


■Sarah Elizabeth 94 


Mary 105 111 181 182 183 184 


Clara Lee 213 


Stephen 139 


1 87 249 254 255 256 268 269 


Corina 209 


William. 93 94 95 318 


261 


Elizabeth Perkina 213 


SHERWILL Nicholas 316 


Michael 109 


Frederick Cheever 213 


SHERWOOD Frances Amia 


Miriam 181 


George Brune 209 


211 


Nathaniel 251 255 256 262 


George Cheever 213 


Frances Anna Fitch 211 


Samuel 111 183 184 251 259 


George Cheyne 213 


Lucy 86 


Sarah 193 255 256 


Henry Lee 213 


Thomas D. 211 


Susannah 251 266 256 


SHAVER Eliza 269 


Shippard see Shepard 
SHIPPEN Abigail 79 


William 105 181 182 191 193 


George H. 269 


249 261 254 255 256 268 261 


Hannah 269 


Edward 79 


BEATON Zachary 79 


SHAW David 87 


Elizabeth 79 


SEAVEY Belle Augusta viii 


Louis Agassiz 211 


Joseph 79 
Margaret 80 


Calvin 39 


Marian 214 


Charles Thompson xxrvi 


Mary Eliza 87 


Sarah 79 


Dorothy 38 


Mary Elizabeth 211 


William 79 


Ebenezer 38 


Maude xxii 


Shipperd see Shepard 
SHIRTS Hannah 269 


Emily Eastman lixvi 


Nancy 33 273 


Fred Hannibal ixxi invi 


Orley 273 


SHOBER Hedwiga Regina 217 


Hyrenia 39 


Pauline 211 


SHORT Charles 148 


Lydia s"4'3" 


Ouincy Adams 211 


David 148 


Susan 87 


Isaac 142 


Mary M. 36 


William (Mrs.) xxii 


Joseph 142 143 148 150 


Nathaniel H. 42 


SHEAR Henry 268 


Josiah 148 


Samuel xxj^vi 


Philana 268 


Peter 143 


Sarah G. 42 


SHECKLES Harriet 50 


Samuel 150 


William 317 


John 50 
SHEDD EUzabeth H, 14 


SHOUGH John H. 60 . 


Seaward see Seward 


SHREWSBURY Talbot Eliza- 


SECKFORD Sekford 


John 14 


beth Countess of 310 311 


Charles 232 


Olive 14 


Talbot George Earl of 310 311 


Thomas 282 285 288 


SHELDON Addison E. 161 


Talbot John Earl of 311 
Talbot Maud Countess of 31 1 


SEDLEY Sidley 


Arad 50 


Elizabeth 234 


Ebenezer 148 


SHUGBOROUGH Ruth 79 


John 237 

Richard 234 237 239 


John D. 50 
Rebecca 148 


Shurbume see Sherburne 


Sidley see Sedley 


William 238 239 


Sarah 148 


SILBE Thomas 137 


SEE Andrew 269 


SHELTON — Mr. 173 


Sn,KJUG Silkte Silkreg Silkrigg 


Orinda Ann 259 


Anna 134 


132 


SEELY Annis 264 


Daniel 134 


Jeremy 136 
Nathaniel 136 


CharlotU 95 


SHEPARD Shippard Shipperd 


Henry 264 


Anna 94 


William 132 134 


Sekford see Seckford 


Charles 158 xxii 


StLSBY T. Julien vii 


SELEY Sely 


EUza35 


SIMONTON Elizabeth 193 


146 148 


Florence Ixxxvii 


George 192 


SELLEW Eliza l«vii 


Freeman 41 


SIMPSON Charles 277 


Sely see Seley 
SETON Andrew lixiii 


Judith A. 39 

Lindsley H. (Mrs.) Ixxxvii 


E. E. 48 


Emma 277 


Margaret Ixxiii 


Mary see Mercy 


SINCLAIR Maude Sloane xri 


Mary Ixiiii 


Mercy 201 203 


Sinderen van see Van Sinderen 


SEWALL John 46 


Phebe 33 


SIVER Mary Ann Ivii 


SEWARD Seaward 


Susan 41 


SKIDMORE George 122 


Joanna 32 
Lydia 30 


Will 190 


SKINNER Skynner 


William 203 


293 294 


Rhoda 30 


SHEPLEY George L. 322 


Edith 282 294 


Sarah 34 


SHEPPIE Francis 226 


Elizabeth 281 282 294 


SEWTR Thomas 223 


SHERBORNE Sherborne Shur- 


Harriet Lovenia lii 


SEYMOUR Seamer 


bume 


Manan 293 294 


Barnabas 46 


Abigail 32 


Mary 281 294 


Clara Elizabeth Ixxix 


Elizabeth Warner Pitts 244 


William 282 


Ebenezer Ixxix 


245 


SLATER Dorcas 265 


Gideon Ixxix 


Evehne 245 


Esther 264 


Lucy L. xli 


George W. 32 


Fannie E. 276 


Richard Ixxix 


Henry 46 


Hugh 265 
SLAYTON Joseph 265 
SLEEPER Ehnira 2M 


Salmon Ixxix 


John Nathaniel 244 
SHERMAN Adeliza 95 


Stephen Ixxix 


Thomas SO 


Alfred 273 


Irving (Mrs.) Ixxxvi 


SHACKFORD Abigail B. 38 


Ann 139 


Jonathan 261 


Martha S. 38 


Betsey 93 94 95 


SLEITER Enoch 272 


Nancy W. 33 


Clanssa Whitney 89 


John 272 


Samuel B. 38 


Edmund 287 


Malina 272 


Samuel Bumliam vii 


Elijah 89 


Maria 272 


SHAKESPEARE Wilham li Ixi 


Elizabeth Putnam 89 


SLIDELL Ixxiii 


SHAMBAUGH Elizabeth 25 


Frederick Whitney 89 


SLOCUM Slocombe 


Joan Elizabeth 25 


George Hiram 89 


Anthony xxxvii 



Index of Persons 



SLOCtTM cont'd 
Caleb Wright XJ 
Charles Elihu 

Eleazir jcxxvii 
Elizabeth xxxvii 
Giles iixvii 
Isabel Sophi; 
Jacob xxxvii 
John xxxvii , 

SLODEN Robert 5« 
SLONE James 265 
SLOPER Deborah Jane 40 

Hannah S, 41 

Margaret 41 

Mary 34 

Sally 39 
SMITH Smyth Smythe 

146 147 172 

— Mr. 279 
Abel 152 
Abel Gunn 140 
Abigail 137 148 
Abijah 152 171 172 
Alice Durant 320 
Alvira 263 

Amos 266 

Andrew 135 

Angeline 86 276 

Ann 135 

Anna M. 35 

Anne 308 

Annie Morrill 320 

Beadle 141 

Bethia 27 

Betsey 272 

Betty 152 171 

Bille 136 

Bridget T. 40 

Buckingnam 54 

C. A. 50 

Chancey 147 

Charity 137 

Charlotte 152 

Christopher 138 141 174 

Clarissa A. 273 

Clark 161 

Cynthia 86 91 99 

Daniel 29 153 

David B. 35 

Eastman 14 

Ebenezer 37 178 

Edward 140 141 142 

Edwin Byron 16 

Eleanor 135 

ElecU 178 263 

Elijah 135 137 138 148 152 

Elizabeth 134 

Elnathan 136 ■ 

Ely 136 

Emelme 86 

Enos 147 152 153 171 

Ephraim 86 134 135 136 137 

138 
Esther 136 
Ezra 138 
P. M. 52 
Frances K. 54 
Frederick Southgate 320 
George 264 
Grace 142 152 
Hannah 46 54 134 138 138 

140 142 
Henry 135 152 
Henry Boynton 320 
Henry Montgomery 320 
Hiram 86 

Horatio Southgate 320 
Ira H. 40 
Isaac 136 137 140 142 151 153 



SMITH cont'd 
Jacob B. 41 
James 46 
James W. 52 
leannette Comstock 16 
Jeremiah 135 204 
Jerusha 14 
Jesse 172 
Joab 86 
Joanna 6 

John 27 37 116 148 173 178 
John Sir 115 308 
John Allyn 27 
John Davis 138 
Joseph 133 135 136 137 138 
140 141 149 160 152 171 173 
Joseph Harris 42 
Joseph Hull 172 
Josiah 132 
Julia 46 54 
Laura 152 
Lemuel Osbom 146 
Leue 134 
Levi 148 171 
Lizzie A. 276 
Lucinda 172 
Lucy 136 151 
Lydia 31 

Lydia Ann 267 270 
Marie W. 16 
Martha 27 
Martha J. 271 
Mary 37 133 152 270 
Mary Arui 41 
Mary Cleaveland 207 
Mary E. 14 
Mary G. 41 
Milbe W. 6 
Moses Fay 320 
Nancy C. 178 
Nathan 136 173 
Olive Ann 42 
Oliver 267 270 
Oliver C. 271 
Patience 37 
Pelatiah 6 
Rebecca 86 
Rhoda 173 
Roswell 173 320 
Sally 29 148 
Samuel 54 320 
Sarah 8699 135 142 149 172 173 
Sarah Ann 37 
Sheldon 171 
Steel 320 
Stephen 37 
Sylvester W. 54 
lliomas Sir 235 
Triamor 226 
Truman 141 
William 86 150 152 172 
Wyman M. 14 
Zenas 273 275 276 
SNAPE John 226 
SWELL Lydia 31 
SNIDER Fidelia 270 
SNOOK Fanna 268 
SNOW Ada 104 179 
Antoinette 46 
Antoinette J. 46 
Betsey 29 
David 52 54 
Edwin S. 46 
Hannah V. 277 
James 104 179 
Martha Ann 46 
Orin D. 277 
Paul Mansfield 104 
Rushus E, 46 
Stephen 29 
William Brown vi 
SOLLY Solley 
Mary 68 71 
Stephen 68 71 



SONRETT Thomas 223 
SORELL John 224 

Richard 224 
SOULE Addison 87 

Adeliza 95 

Adella Cora 99 

Albert 88 94 

Albert Gallatin 89 95 

Albertine Gertrude 95 

AUce 96 100 101 

Alice Louisa 96 

Allen Egbert 93 

Almira 87 

Alvin 87 92 

Amanda 86 

Andrew Jackson 91 97 

Andrew Winford 96 

Anna 94 97 101 

Anna Jane 87 99 

Aima S. 99 

Annie H. 93 

Anson 88 93 

Arabella Cook 99 

Armida 88 

Arthur Bradley 94 96 101 

Arthur Henry 98 

Arthur Kimball 101 

Arthur Riley 97 

Asenath Allena 98 

Ashton Payne 92 98 

Augusta Esther 89 

Augusta Eugenie 95 

A\is 101 

Betsey 86 

Betsey E. 92 

Betsey Elliot 87 88 

Beulah Waterman 98 

Blanche Vivian 100 

Bradley H. 88 93 

Buel93 

Buren M. 94 99 

Calvin Woodrow 99 

Carleton Allen 96 

Carleton Parker 98 
Caroline 88 93 
Caroline Evelyn 101 

Catherina Miller 101 

Celia99 

Charles 92 93 98 
Charles Rolhn 88 93 
Charlotte 91 95 
Charlotte Florence 100 
Chilo 88 
Chile Lee 94 99 
Clara 88 93 
Clara Albina 90 
Clarissa 87 
Clarissa Whitney 89 
Clyde 100 
Content 101 
Cornelia 93 94 
Cornelius 101 
Cynthia 85 
Deborah 101 
Donald 93 
Douglas 93 
Dwight 88 
Edna Faye 98 
Edward 91 

Edwin Carleton 90 96 
Edwin Howard 97 
Electa 88 
EHza 91 93 100 
Elizabeth 87 93 101 102 
Elizabeth Harriet 92 
Elizabeth Pierce 95 
Elizabeth Putnam 95 
Ella 88 
Ellen 88 
Eloise E. 93 
Emily Hamilton 90 
Emma Barnes,95 
Ernest M. 98 
Esther 89 90 96 



Index of Persons 



SOULE cont'd 
Esther Curtis 101 
Esther Lucretia 96 
Etta 100 

Eugene Beauharnois 90 
EuRag? 
Eunice 85 86 

Eunice H. 92 

Eunice Hungerford 90 

Eunice M. 92 

Everett Ingalls 99 

Fayette Hull 92 98 

Florence Mary 99 

Floyd 100 

Frances 93 

Frances Hungerford 100 

Frank 93 96 

Frank Albert 100 

Frank Foster 94 100 

Frank Pierce 97 

Franklin 88 94 

Fred 100 

Freddie H. 93 

George 88 101 

George Douglas 96 

George Henry 88 94 

George Ira Wheeler 97 

Georgia 100 

Georgiana 94 

Gladys 94 97 

Gordon 93 

H. A. 90 

H. Miranda 92 

Harmon 87 91 

Harmon Boutwell 98 

Harold Crocker 101 

Harriet 89 90 94 

Harriet Matilda 100 

Harriet Susan 97 

Harris Samuel Wells 100 

Harrison 89 

Harry Samuel 96 100 

Helen Adeline 92 

Helen Hambleton 96 

Helen Josephine 92 

Helen Mar 90 

Helen Whitney 96 

Henry 86 88 

Henry Child 94 

Henry Conroy 96 

Henry Harrison 94 100 

Hiram Allen 90 96 

Hiram B. 86 89 

Hiram Barlow 89 96 

Hiram Elsworth 99 

Horace Allen 97 

Horace Wheeler 87 91 94 97 

Howard 93 

Hubert Joseph 87 99 

Hugh Lionel 100 

Huldah Elvira 90 

Ida 93 

Isaac Newton 85 87 88 93 

Jackson A. 88 93 

Jacob 50 

James Munro 87 92 

Jane 88 90 

Jane Armida 94 97 

Jane C. 97 

Jennie L. 87 97 

John 101 

John Allen 101 

John Sanford 90 

Joseph 85 86 89 90 101 102 

Joseph Allen 88 94 

Joseph Darius 90 

Joseph Douglass 89 95 

Joseph Edward 90 

Josephine 100 

Julia 88 94 96 

LaPayette 89 

Laura 8S 100 

Laura Alida 97 

Lelia 37 



SOULE cont'd 

Lewis H. 92 

Lillian 88 

Lillian Adell 99 

Lillian Gertrude 98 

Loraine Amelia 95 

Louisa 96 

Lucia Esther 89 

Lucinda 93 

Lucretia 89 

Lula 97 

Lula May 98 

Luna 100 

Lynn 98 

Mahala Trowbridge 9t 

Maria 90 

Marian Bertha 92 

Marian Eugenia 96 

Marietta 90 91 

Mariette E. 92 
Marjorie 93 
Martha 93 

Martha Barber 86 91 
Martha Gilbert 98 
Mary 93 101 102 
Mary Ann 91 98 
Mary Augusta 96 
Mary Eliza 90 91 
Mary Elizabeth 95 98 
Mary Ella 99 
Maude 94 
Maude Louise 100 
Max Pamsworth 97 
May 94 

May Victoria 99 
Mercy 101 102 
Merritt Barnes 98 



Mi. 



: 95 



! Cecilia 101 
Mira Gertrude 96 
Molly Eugenia 98 
Monroe Spencer 97 
Myra 93 
Nathan 101 102 
Nathan Lobdell Buck 96 
Nelhe 100 
Nettie 100 
Octavius 93 
Ola Jane 98 
Orissa Barlow 89 
Pamela 93 
Persis 92 
PhiUis 97 
Polly 91 
Polly E. 87 89 
Ramona Gertrude 100 
Raymond E. 98 
Raymond Lee 99 
Read Warren 99 
Rensselaer 88 93 94 
Reuben Lee 99 
Rhoda 87 
Rhoda Merrill 88 
Robert A. 97 
Ruth 96 

Ruth Hayden 98 
Ruth Marial 97 
Ruth Victoria 99 
Sally M. S7 
Sally Miranda 92 
Salmon 85 87 88 89 90 
Salmon Allen 91 97 98 
Samuel Hungerford 86 89 
Sanford B. 92 
Sappho Elvira 89 93 
Sarah SO SS 90 92 94 101 
Sarah Elizabeth 94 
Sarah Emily 86 96 
Selina B. 90 97 
Sherrod 241 
Sibyl 98 
Silas 88 93 95 
Solon 88 
Sophia 83 



SOULE cont'd 
Sophia M. 94 
Stanley 93 
Susan A. 94 97 
Susannah 93 
Theresa 97 

Timothy 85 86 87 92 101 102 
Venetia Lucretia 90 
Virginia Anna 99 
Walter Sterling 96 101 
Warren 88 

Warren Samuel 92 98 
William 88 

William Sherman 94 99 
William Wallace 92 
Winford Archibald 96 
Winona 98 
SOUTHWICK Lyman 52 

Salome 271 
SOWTHErro Ellen 122 
SPALDEN Persis 139 
Rhoda 139 
Zechariah 139 
SPARHAWKE Lewis 289 
SPEAK Speere 
Ada 195 
Harriet lix 
SPEED Mary A. 212 
Speere see Spear 
SPELMAN Levy T. 264 

Matilda 264 
SPENCER — 
Abigail R. 
Agnes 125 
Alfred S. 267 
Charles 271 
David 173 
Humphrey 316 
John 125 
Maria C. 267 
Polly 173 
Thomas 317 
SPERRY Alexander 144 148 
119 
Ammon 149 
Anna 145 
SPICER John 56 

SPINK 279 

SPINNEY George F. 14 
Mary 14 
Olive S. 14 
Paul 14 
SPOONER John 225 
SPRAGUE Anthony 155 156 
Ben. 46 

EmmeUne Uxiv 
SPRANGER Ed. 76 
SPRATT Sprat 
John 07 68 72 
Priscilla 67 72 
Robert 68 
SPRINGER Abigail 192 
SPRINGFIELD Emanuel 198 



■173 



Ma 



198 



SPRUNT Ja 

SPYSER Stephen 56 

SQUIBB Edward Hamilton iii 

STABARD Mary 30 

STAGE Henry 56 

STACIE Henry 235 

STACK.HOUSE — Mr. 79 

STAIGG 210 

STALLARD Christian 121 

Richard 121 
STAMP Affea 265 

John C. 265 
STANDAGE George 276 

Lottie J. 276 
STANDISH Myles 159 v vi viii 

xhnii 

STANFORD Arthur W. xvii 
STANLEY Alice 122 127 

Caroline Frances Ixvii 

Frank Forrester xxxi Ixvii 



Index of Persons 



STANLEY cont'd 

Gertrude Frances Ixyiii 

Grace Forrester Ixviii 

Harriet 98 

Joan 12S 

John 117 122 123 127 128 

Joseph Uvii 

Lyman Roberts Ixviii 

Mary Jane Ixvii 

Ruth 117 123 128 

Thomas 117 
STANTON Staunton 

Abigail xli 

Anna 31 

Daniel 265 

Jonathan 31 

Lizzie H. 43 

Maranda E. 265 

Thomas xli 

William P. 43 
STANWOOD Clara Cushm; 
25 

EUza J. 25 

Ethel vii ivii 

Nathaniel 25 
STAPLES Staple 

Abigail 181 

Francis Littlefield 105 

James 113 

John 107 113 181 184 185 187 
188 231 255 256 258 262 

Mary 188 

Nancy 185 

Patience 256 

Rhoda 251 255 256 262 

Samuel 251 

Susannah 184 

Tabitha 107 113 181 184 185 
187 188 196 256 258 
STAPLETON Harriet R. 242 
STARBIRD EUza L. 34 

STARKS 171 173 

STARR Comfort 244 

Hannah 244 
Staughton j«f Stoughton 
Staunton see Stanton 
STEARNS Stems 

Abby Catherine xjuti luumt 

Abner Ixiii 

Albert Heru-y xxx Ixiii Ixiv 

Albert Maynard Ixiv 

Albert Thomas Ltiii Ixiv 

Charles A. xc 

Edward Ixiii 

Edward Ray xc 

EUia Tyler xc 

Georgia Harris xc 

John Ixiii 

Kate Bowers Ixiv 

Katharine Ixiv 

Lydia Ixv 

Salome Ixiii 

Thomas 48 
STEDE Thomas 238 
STEDMAN Albert 267 

James G. 278 

Jane 267 
STEEL John 200 

Maria S. 272 
Stephens see Stevens 
STERLINGE Robert 284 
Stems see Steams 
Steuart see Stewart 
STEVENS Stephens 

Abigail 103 106 180 257 

Anna 185 

Benjamin 193 

Elisabeth 106 HI 113 183 184 

185 247 259 
Elizabeth IM 
Experience 184 
George Washington 347 
Haonah 190 194 



STEVENS cont'd 

Hiram Herbert 20 

James 250 

Jeremiah 103 257 

Jeremy 103 106 180 248 

John 46 47 113 140 190 193 
195 

Juliana Caroline 19 

Lucina Oresta 20 

Maria 270 

Martha 113 187 197 248 249 
250 252 260 

Mary 185 

Moses 194 249 

Oliver 249 

Samuel 173 

Sarah 46 47 206 

Solomon 113 187 196 248 249 
250 252 260 

Stephen 106 

Sylvanus 48 

Tabitha 252 

Thomas 106 111 113 183 184 
185 247 259 

Timothy 111 
STEVENSON Caroline 212 

CaroUne James 212 

Hannah 211 

Hannah Greely 211 

Henry Joseph 78 vi x 

J. Thomas 211 

Robert Hooper 212 
STEVER Elisabeth 258 

>mes Madison 268 
STEWART Steuart Steward 

247 250 253 256 

— Mr. 287 
Aaron 112 
Abigail 190 
Angeline 278 
Asa 109 
Benjamin 107 
Bethia 193 

Daniel 112 114 247 250 252 

253 260 
Dolly 253 
Dorcas 183 247 
Dorothy 112 114 193 252 
Ebenezer 103 
Eleanor 112 183 
Ehjah 103 109 112 179 180 

181 183 186 187 188 247 250 

252 256 258 260 
Elisabeth 179 
EUza 276 
EUzabeth 179 
Eunice 187 188 252 260 
George Sawin 78 102 178 247 

vii xxvii 
Huldah 181 
Isabella 256 
Jacob 247 
Jemima 105 107 110 111 179 

180 190 196 253 258 
Jeremiah 103 190 193 
John 110 250 
Joseph 112 192 
Lemuel Hatch 105 
Lottie J. 276 
Mary 38 180 193 
Mehitable 195 
Mercy 180 
Meribah 179 186 
Miriam 112 187 260 
Moses 112 247 
Penninnah 193 
Rebecca 252 
Robert 112 
Ruth 252 
Samuel 105 107 110 111 179 

180 190 192 196 258 
Sarah 103 
Sarah B. xxiii xc 
Susan 38 



STEWART cont'd 

Susannah 195 

Tabitha 103 109 179 180 181 
186 IS7 258 
STICKNEY Joseph 60 

Mary Ella xvi 

Wilham WalUce v x 
STID Abby Jane 207 

Mary Ann 267 
STILES Abigail 33 

Abigail B. 41 

Hannah L. 37 

Hannah S. 41 

Jane 39 

Joseph 37 

Lewis 41 
STILSTEAD Stilsted 

Edward 236 
STILWELL Joseph M. 268 

Rhoda 268 

Sally Ann 268 
STIMPSON S. 48 

Thomas 178 
STOCKBRIDGE SallylSl 
STOCKE Richard 227 W 
STOCKING Jabin S. 271 

Susan 271 
STOCKWELL Lucy Ann 271 
STODDARD C. 264 

Elisha 264 

William 219 
STOKES 295 

Anna 21 

John 281 

Mary 295 

Sarah E. 272 

Thomasine 295 
STONE At Stone Att Stone 

— Mr. 131 

Abigail Bigelow Ixxxviii 

Amy Fay 85 

Avis 55 

Benjamin Ixxxviii 

David 60 

Ebenezer 83 

Eliza 47 50 51 

Elizabeth Holbrook 83 

George 50 51 

Gregory 83 84 Ixxxviii 

Isaac 142 

John 55 83 

Jonas 263 

Josiah 131 

Katharine M. 85 

Leman 132 

Leonard Ixxxviii 

Margaret Garrad 86 

Mary Amelia 91 

Mary Arme 91 

Nathaniel 83 

Pauline Fay 85 

Reginald 85 

RoxciUna 36 

Samuel Virgil 91 

Silas 83 

Simon Ixxxviii 

Sophia 263 

Stephen 132 

WiUiam Eben 83 84 xiii^xxx 

STONHAM Benjamin 79 

STORER 253 

Abigail 106 108 114 182 187 

248 249 261 253 254 255 259 
Abraham 102 105 106 108 110 

179 180 187 195 
Almira 256 
Amos 103 104 108 110 182 184 

195 
Bartholomew 79 
Benjamin 103 248 
Carolina 254 
Ebenezer 108 



1 



Index of Persons 



Elias 104 

Elisabeth 182 187 253 255 256 

Elizabeth 189 197 251 

Eloisa 256 

Hannah 109 113 184 185 186 

187 188 189 194 195 247 260 
Harriet 255 t 

Isaac 102 248 249 251 253 254 

255 
Jacob 105 
Japhet 251 
Jedediah 110 
Jeremiah 106 108 114 182 187 

257 259 
Joanna 180 195 
John 103 109 113 184 185 186 

187 188 189 194 196 247253 

254 255 256 260 
John Langdon 109 113 
Joseph 195 

Josiah 108 
Lacy 179 187 
Lydia 180 254 
Martha Ruggles 253 
Mary 102 103 105 106 108 110 
179 180 181 182 185 186 195 

255 258 
Mary Ann 254 
Menbah 187 
Molly 184 
Nathaniel 114 
Olive 189 
Priscilla 182 184 
Sally 185 
Samuel 108 248 
Samuel Bartlet 247 
Samuel Bourn 110 
Sarah 179 187 

Susannah 103 104 108 110 182 
184 187 

William 103 104 108 179 180 
181 182 185 258 

Woodbury 103 
STORRS Elijah 275 

Sarah L. 275 
STORY Marv A. 19 
STODGHTON Staughton 

Ann 237 

Elizabeth 233 

Francis 233 

Reuben S. 51 
STODT Anna Maria 17 

Eliza 269 
STOW David 54 
STOWELL William Averill 320 

William Henry Harrison 320 
STOWER Martin 236 
STRACHAN Eleanor 39 

Sarah A. 43 

William 39 43 
STREETER C. 264 
STRINGER Abby M. 46 54 

William N. 46 54 
STRONG Benjamin (Mrs.) Uii 

Charles Francis 318 

Chloe 157 

^per 48 
tharine P. liv 

Loveridge 48 

Nathamel 157 
STROPE Isaac 264 

Lydia 264 
STROUT John 60 
STUDEBAKER Grace A. Ixxis 

John Ixxviii 

John Mohler Ixxviii Uxix 

Mary Jane xxix lixviii liiii 

Rebecca Ixxviii 
STULL Godfrey Ixxviii 

Henry Ixxviii 

Mary Jane xxix lixviii 

Rebecca Ixxviii 



STURGIS Grace 94 
SUBLET George 274 

Sylva 274 
SULLIVAN Ada E. 10 

Daniel 21 

Daniel F. 10 

Helen S. 10 

JuUa 21 

Mary 21 
SUMMERS Benjamin 172 

Samuel 51 
SURREY Grace 240 
SUTER John Wallace vii 
S0TLEY Abel 133 
SUTTON 145 147 

Benjamin S. 51 

George 145 

Louisa 51 

Robert 54 
SWAIN Swayne 

Betsey 32 

Catherine R. 48 

Daniel 32 

Francis 320 

Norman Walton 320 

Peter H. 46 
SWALLOW Susan E. 240 
SWART Louise M. 92 
SWASEY Abby 43 

Abigail C. 34 

Nathaniel 34 
Swayne see Swain 
SWEENEY Daniel 51 

Edward 51 
S wee t see Swett 
SWEETSER Lucy Arm Iv 
SWETT Sweet 

Betsey Ann 271 

Maude Longfellow ixii 
SWIFT Edith L. xxii 

John 148 153 

Simeon D. 46 

Thomas 318 

WiUUm 318 

William Denmrick 148 
SYMONDS John 317 
SYNISTER EUzabeth 140 

John 140 

TAFT John Ailes 154 
TALBOT Anne 309 310 311 

Audrey 310 311 

Constance 310 

Elizabeth 27 

Elizabeth Countess of Shrews- 
bury 5f« Shrewsbury Coun- 
tess of 

Elizabeth Lady 310 

George Earl of Shrewsbury 
see Shrewsbury Earl of 

Gilbert Sir 310 311 

John Earl of Shrewsbury see 
Shrewsbury Earl of 

John Sir 309 310 311 

Margaret Lady 310 311 

Mary 27 

Maud Countess of Shrews- 
bury see Shrewsbury Coimt- 



of 
TAMLYK Ann 243 

John 59 243 
TANNER Bahama 266 

Cyrus S. 265 

Diana 265 

Maranda E. 265 

WilHam 266 
TAPLEY Ardelia Ixxxix 
TARBOX Susan Waters v vii i 
TARSONS Amander 47 

Elizabeth 47 

Joseph 47 

Mary D. 47 
TASKER Alfred 39 

Betsey 29 



TASKER cont'd 

Eliza 37 

Hannah W. 40 

John G. 42 

Lydia A. 43 

Mar>- 33 

Mary Ann 34 

Mary C. 42 

Mary M. 39 

Paul 38 

Polly 38 

Susan 38 

Vincent P. 40 
TAVENER Thomas 58 
TA VERNE Samuel 62 
TAYLOR— Dr. 271 

Abigail 13 15 

Abigail Russell Ixv 

Alburtus L. 270 

Alfred 38 

Arma 196 

Anne 194 

Benjamin 179 180 258 Ixv 

Charles Heruy xxx Ixv Ixvi 

Eliphalet Ixv 

Elizabeth 277 Ixvi 

Elizabeth Jennie Sarah xxi 

Freeman 15 

George A. 240 

Georgianna Olivia Ixvi 

Halsey W. 270 

John 57 103 228 258 liv 

John C. 52 

John Ingalls Ixv 

John Irving Ixvi 

Johnson 265 

Joseph 191 192 liv 



Jos 
Loi 



ttie 277 
Louisa 270 
Lucy 180 
Lydia 192 
Martha 179 
Mary 257 
Mary B. 270 
Mary Jane 277 
Nathan K. 43 
Nettie 276 
OUve 285 
Phebe 103 258 
Sally S. 38 
Susan 7 
Susan H. 43 
Thankful 179 180 
William Ixv 
William Osgood Ii 



Tebbets see Tibbets 
Tebbetta see Tibbets 
TBDCASTLE Agnes Seville i 

TEDFORD Laura D. xlii 
Teft see Tift 
TEMPER Jacob 269 
TENCHE Edward 236 
TENNEY Annie Edith 19 

Augusta Tenney 19 

Jason B. 20 

Maria Ellen 20 

Philo Durkee 19 

Sarah P. 20 
TERNE Matilda 264 
TERRY ArietU 269 

Arietta M. 270 

Horace 265 267 

Lydia Ann 265 267 

Mary 61 62 71 

Olive 269 

Sarah 265 

Thomas 6171 
THACHER Peter 200 218 
THAYER Joanna 6 
THEUS Martha A. E. 16 
THING Julia Colton Ixxxvi 
THOMAS — Mr. 132 

Andrew Wallis 278 



THOMAS confd 
Catherine 274 
Catherine T. 265 
Daniel 133 
Elisabeth 133 
Ellen N. 275 
Ephraim 131 132 
Esther 141 
Francis S. 275 
George C. xxxv 
Isaiah 157 

iohn 265 
largaret 228 
Moses 141 
Philo 141 
Sarah Ann 275 
Thomas Humphreville 141 
Timothy 131 
THOMES Ursula S. 13 
TJomlinson see Tomlinson 
THOMPSON Thomson Tomp- 
son Tomson Tomsonne 

Abel 133 151 171 173 

Ann 280 281 291 292 294 

Anthony 238 

B. 25 

Betty 171 

Caleb 131 133 134 

David 315 316 317 318 

Eliza J. 43 

Elizabeth 281 291 294 

Grace Rosalie 25 

Hannah 31 133 

Henry 238 

Hiram S. 43 

Isaac 133 151 

Isabel 220 

Jabesh 151 152 

Jabez 171 

James Iviii 

John 51 239 281 291 292 

Josephine Lorena uii 
Laura N, 270 
Lydia 267 
Margaret 226 
Mary 38 40 
Oliver Curtiss 152 
Pamela 268 
Polly 151 
Richard 51 
Robert 237 239 
Ruhamah 131 
Sally 151 

Sarah 194 238 281 291 294 
Sebe 134 
Sheldon 151 
Stephen 171 
Sylvia Ann 25 
Temperance 28 
Thomasine 291 292 294 
2M^*' '*' ^^ ^*' 291 
THORNTON John Wingat* 

xcu I 

THORPE Thorp 
Abel 146 
Martha 17 
Rue 146 
Theodore 54 
THORS Martha Lydia 17 

Perry H. 17 
THKOCKMORTON John 226 
THROWER Catherini 21 
^ Julia Matilda 21 
THURSTINUS 297 
TIBBETS Tebbets Tebbetts 
Tibbitts 
Abraham 249 251 
Anne 34 
Betty 252 
Eliza lixi 
Freedom Ixxi 



Index of Persons 

TIBBETS confd 

Hephzibah 109 112 186 249 

252 260 
Irene 252 
Jane Eliza .„.. 
John 34 109 112 186 249 252 

260 
Mary 188 
Nathaniel 109 
Sally 252 
Susannah 251 262 
Wilham 251 262 
TICHENOR Abigail M. 270 

Asa F. 54 

Charles 54 

Lucius 54 

Solomon 54 
TILLEY Edith May vUi 
TILTON Joseph 267 

Juliet 267 
TINGLEY Raymon Meyers 158 
TIST Jacob H. 51 
TITUS Anson 78 vii 
TOBIAS Catherine 268 

TOMLINSON Thomlinson 

Abigail 134 144 

Amelia 143 

Ann 136 

Anna 172 

Betsey 141 

Betty Anna 142 

BUlie Mark 143 

C. S. 54 

Caleb 134 142 

Charles 148 

Cyrenius 171 

Cyrus 171 

David 142 153 172 

Elizabeth 136 

Ezra 173 

Gideon 142 143 

Hannah 134 

Henry 134 135 136 143 144 

146 148 150 151 153 
Jonas 137 

Joseph 141 142 143 173 
Marquis 151 
Mary 172 
Pamela 144 
Patience 134 
Patty 172 
Polly 152 

Russe! 144 152 153 
Ruth 148 
Sally 140 

Sama Lord Moss 137 
Samuel 140 141 142 143 173 
Taphenes 143 
Webb 152 153 
William 144 148 149 150 172 

TOMLYN Anne 66 

George 66 
Tompson i« Thompson 



TOWT<^ Jacob Perkins 228 
TOWT^SEND Almond 178 
Almond C. 178 
Ann 263 
Densey 263 
Ebcnezer B. 178 
Electa 178 
Frances 178 
Frances J. 178 
Franklin D. 178 
Jacob 263 
John V. 178 
Mary 313 
Nancy 20 
Peter 178 
Rufus 178 
Sally 263 
Thomas 263 
Wealthy 178 
William 178 
William Blair 313 
TRACY Tracey 
Clarissa Comb 91 
Erasmus D. 54 
Hannah 206 208 
Howard 91 
Lucretia Northrop 91 
Nathaniel 202 
TRAINE William 52 
TRASK Sarah A. 43 
TRAVERS Henry 61 
TREADWELL Treadwel 

114 

Asa 113 

Elizabeth 187 253 

Hannah 103 105 179 180 186 

Jacob 105 

James 113 114 186 187 252 

253 260 
Jonathan 103 
Lydia 179 180 186 
Mary 179 187 252 
Nathaniel 112 188 
Phebe 112 186 
Samuel 103 105 112 179 180 

Shuah 113 114 188 187 252 
253 260 
TREDWAY Elizabeth 

ilv" 



Hart 



TOMS Daniel 51 

Eliza 61 
Tomson see Thompson 
Tomsonne set Thompson 
TOOKEFEILD Richard 124 
TOOKINGE John 79 
TORREY Clarence Almon ixii 

Prances Hicks 210 
TOUSLEY Maria 93 
TOWER Carrie Sargent 7 

Eugene Nichols 7 

John 320 

Lydia 9 
TOWLE Angelina L. 19 

David 19 

Fred 47 

Mary 47 53 

Susan M. 19 



Thomas 125 
TRELAWNY Robert 317 
TRILL Eva Elizabeth 28 
Sophia 26 
Thomas E. 26 
Trimble stt Trumbull 
TRIPE George Jacobs 106 
Hannah 105 106 181 259 
Lucy 181 
Robert 105 
Samuel 105 106 181 
TROMPER Richard 116 
TROUTBECK Adam 311 

Margaret 310 311 
TROW Elisabeth 191 

Elizabeth 257 

TRDEMAN Truman 

Elizabeth 221 

John 221 222 

TRUMBULL Trimble Trumbel 

Trumble 

172 

Abigail 273 

Benjamin F. 273 

Charlotte 147 

EUzabeth N. 275 

Gaylord 141 

John 139 140 141 147 ISO 

Jonathan 241 

Maria 275 

OUve 139 

Rhoda Maria 273 276 

Samuel 141 



cxl 



Index of Persons 



TRUMBULL cont'd 


TUTTLE cont'd 


UNDERWOOD cont'd 


Sarah E. 275 


Silas 41 


Margaret Gushing Ixxvii 


William 140 


Simon 134 


William Ixxvi 


TRUSEDALE Elizabeth 312 


Sophronia M. 44 


William James lixv Ixxv 


Katharine 312 


Thankful 134 


IxxvU 


Richard 312 


Truworthy 39 


William Lyman Ixxvi 


TRUSTRAM Ralph 198 


William .30 


UPCHER Judith 282 294 


TUCKER Ann 233 235 


TUXBURY Enos W. 39 


Richard 285 


Betty 172 

Daniel 137 233 235 236 237 


lane 39 
TWEED Charles A. 51 


Stephen 288 
URINE Phebe 191 


Edward 238 


Emily J. 61 


Usbome see Osbom 


Eleanor Selden 216 


Rose 51 


UTLEY George Burwell 91 


EUlabeth 233 234 235 237 


TWILLY Twillie 


George Tyler 91 


Ephraim 232 234 


Elizabeth 225 226 


Harriet Ella 92 


Frances 233 


TWITCHELL Twitchel Twyt- 


Lou Mabel 91 


Francis 233 234 237 


chell 


UTTER Abigail 273 


George 232 233 234 235 236 


Abijah 144 


Betsey 264 274 


237 239 


Benjamin 145 146 151 172 


Elijah P. 273 


Henry 233 234 235 238 237 


Clara 142 




238 239 


David 136 144 146 147 149 


VAN BUREN Martin 160 


Hester 233 235 


152 170 172 


VAN COTT Joshua M. Ixx 


Ida Nesbitt Ixxx 


David Anson 170 


VANDERHOEF Mary 265 


Jane 238 


Ebenezer 149 152 171 


Peter 265 


John 232 233 234 235 236 237 


Elizabeth 137 


VAN DER WOUDE Mary 


238 239 


Enoch 135 143 144 145 146 


Barrett lii - 


Martha 233 235 


147 


Reinier (Mrs.) lii 


Martha Ann IxM 


Gilbert 146 


VAN DEUSEN Vanduzen 


Mary 233 234 235 


Grace 151 


Gilbert R. 178 > 


Melissa 171 


Hannah 172 


Helen S. 273 


Oliver 171 


Isaac 145 


Mary M. 178 


Rhena 151 


Jabesh 144 152 


VAN DUYN Anna Maria 17 


Robert 232 233 234 235 236 


Jabez 134 142 145 146 150 
Jeremy Hull 149 


Cornelius 17 


237 238 239 


Eva 17 


Rufus Stickney 232 301 


John 134 


Vanduzen see Van Deusen 


St. George 233 


Joseph 134 135 136 137 139 


VAN SINDEREN Adrian 1 


Sarah 233 235 


Mary 134 137 146 


Annie Jean 1 


Williara 151 152 171 172 232 


Nicholas 122 


Henry B. 1 


233 


Patience 144 


Katharine Lyman 1 


William Stringham Snyder 


Polly 146 


VANTINE Mary 277 


Uix 


Rilla 146 


VARNEY Abby Y. 44 


Zepheniah 137 


Samuel 144 


Benajah 31 


TUDOR John 200 201 


Susan 47 


Ehas36 


Rosamond 209 


Thomas 122 


Esther 33 


TUFTS Lucretia H. 40 


Timothy 47 


Freeman 43 


TULLY Margaret Ann 20 


TWOMBLY Caleb 40 


George W. 38 


TUPPER Ellen A. 277 


Eliza Ann 40 


Hannah H. 40 


TURLE William 225 


Hannah 29 


James 220 
Lucy 41 


TURNER — Mr. 143 204 


Hurd35 


AmeUa 143 


Isaac 29 


Mary 35 36 43 


Joan 122 128 
Mary 178 214 


Lovina 35 


Miriam 38 


Lydia 31 


OUve 38 


Mix 178 


SaUy 30 


PoUy 31 


Oliver 214 


Silas 30 


Rachel 38 


SUona 178 


Twytchell sie Twitchell 


Sarah 31 


Turstin Baron de Grai and 


TYLER Gertrude 217 


Seth41 


Douneville see Grai and 


Lyon G. 162 


Solomon 38 


Douneville Baron de 


Mary A. 36 


VASSALL John 202 
VAUGHAN Vaughn 


TUSVANT Daniel 52 


Wealthy 267 


Mary P. 51 52 
TXJTTLE — Mr. 141 


TYRREL 148 150 

John 152 


Agnes Beville viii xi xiii 
Ahnina 271 


Ama 140 


Joshua 131 


Betsey 272 


Amos 149 


Lyman 264 


David 46 


Benjamin 145 


Matthew 131 


George W. 271 


Daniel C. 32 


Susannah 152 


John D. 51 
VEREAN Keziah 257 


David 149 


Traeman 150 


EUjah 29 40 


Tryphena 264 


Linney 257 


Elizabeth S. 41 




VERNEY Margaret Maria Udy 


Hannah 39 40 145 


UFFORD Daniel 145 


XX 


James 30 


Eunice 87 89 


VERNON Margery 309 


John 265 lixvi 


Leverit 146 


Robert Sir 309 


Jonathan 40 


Mabel 91 


VERPLANCK VerplanV 


Joseph 41 140 145 


Samuel 87 


Abigail M. 270 


Lovina 30 35 


Shores 145 140 


David H. 270 


Mahala 41 


UNDERWOOD Alice Gushing 


Rachel Ann 270 


Mary 30 31 


Uxvii 


Wilham Edward 320 


Mary J. 42 


Betsey Ixxvi 


Vesbond see Washburn 


Phlle Ann 147 


Charles James Lxxvi 
Esther Crafts liiv Ixivi 


VIAL Susannah 201 


VINCENT— Abbot 298 


Polly 29 


Helen Gushing Ixxvii 


VON PFISTER EUza 64 


Sally 29 31 


Henry Ohver xxii Ixxv Uivi 


Wilham H. 54 


Samuel 35 147 


Ixxvii 


VON ROMBERG — Baron Uv 


Sarah 32 36 


James lixvi 


— - Baroness Uv 


Sarah A. 40 


Jenny Uxvii 
Loring xvii Ixxvii 


VON SLIKE Peter 276 


Sarah Ann 35 


Vorse see Vose 



Index of Persons 



cxii 



VOSBIIRGH Stephen Earle 

VOSE Vorse 

172 173 

Adam 136 137 138 140 141 
142 144 148 

Billy 138 

Catherine 140 

Daa 137 

Experience 138 

George A. (Mrs.) ilvi 

Katharine 140 

Mitte 141 

Nathan 144 

Ralph 148 

Sarah 136 137 148 

Thomas 142 
\'PHK Margaret 123 
VROOMAN Mary 275 277 

WADE Emeline A. 265 

Henry W. 265 

Luther P. 51 

Weede 51 
WADSWORTH Benjamin 218 

Joseph 269 
Lilies 269 
Ruth 312 
WAHtJLL Agnes de 308 
Anne Baroness de 308 
Anthonv Baron de 308 

WAKEFIELD 190 

Benjamin 184 187 260 
Eleanor 184 187 260 
Elizabeth 191 194 
James 191 192 
Jedediah 194 
Tohanna 184 
John 191 193 194 
Mary 191 192 
Nathaniel 190 191 
Susannah 187 

WAKELEE 151 

Freegift 151 
WAKEMAN E. P. 46 54 
Ruth 88 
S. M. 46 54 
WALDEN Howard de Lord 314 
WALDO Hannah 264 
Lyman 264 
Samuel 264 
WALDRON Daniel 29 
Eliza K. 29 
Emeline S. 41 
Jonathan C. 41 
Mary Jane 34 
PoUy 32 
Rhoda 32 
Richard 32- 
Sarah 31 33 
William 201 
Zachariah 32 
WALFIELD Anson 150 

Gideon 150 
WALFORD Jeremy 317 
WALKZR D. E. 182 
Dudley 51 
Francis 226 
George A. 47 50 51 
Hannah 182 196 259 
Hannah W. 40 
Harrison 8 
James 51 
Lewis 156 
Lewis Burd 80 
Lucy Ann 271 
Lucy Forbes Ixi 
Luther 271 
Lydia 182 
Rebecca 47 50 51 
Richard 247 
Robert Bums (Mrs.) ix 
Sarah 247 



WALKER cont'd 

Sarah E. 8 

Susan 217 
WALLER Nathaniel 313 
WALLETT James 312 
WALLINGFORD David 34 



Ma 



1 34 



WAR^fER cont'd 
Phena 137 
Rhena 131 
Sally 148 
Seth 132 155 156 
Timothy 137 



WALLIS John 267 
Margaret 266 
Sally 267 
WALTER Henry 132 
John C. 51 
Lemuel 132 
WALTON Emma Lee 174 

Mary E. 174 
WANZER Florence 92 
Helen Adeline 92 
Sarah 92 
Sidney 92 
Thomas N. 92 
WARD Abigail Ixxxv 
Arte mas 170 
G. C. 51 
Hannah L. 270 
Harriet 99 
Huldah 145 
Lucretia 145 
Lydia IxMV 
May 10 

Phebe Greene 320 
Samuel Ixxvi 
Samuel Davis 190 
Sarah 140 
Sarah R. 46 51 
Susan 27 
Thomas lixiv 
William 140 
William D. 46 51 
WARDEN Wardin Worden 
Daniel 137 
Ebenezer Ward 252 
Edna 252 

Eleanor Cotton v viii 
Jerusha 265 
John 265 
Moms M. 270 
Rachel Ann 270 
Ruth 218 
Sarah 137 
Thomas 252 
WARDWELL Joseph 256 
Mary Saunders 256 
Sarah 256 
WARE Charles Eliot 209 
Elbridge 51 
Ehjah 27 
Ehsha 27 
Elizabeth 209 
Elizabeth Cabot 209 
Henry 209 
Mary Lee 209 
Robert 199 
WARHAM Priscilla 72 
William 68 72 

WARNER 151 171 17 

— Mr. 132 
Abi^il 132 
Annie L. 21 
Annis 133 
Bela 148 
Caroline 21 
Charles E. 21 
Cora May 21 
Ebenezer 131 133 148 
Ephraim 132 
Fanny 148 
Jane 49 51 
Jemima 131 
John 285 286 2S8 
Josiah 131 
Lear B. 21 
Mabel Armine xxii 
Obadiah 131 
Ozias 131 



Zen 



; 51 



WARREN Benjamin 287 

Cornelia xxx Ixii Ixiii 

Corneha Lyman Ixii 

Edward Perry Ixiii 

Ellen 267 

Fiske Ixiii 

George 54 

Hannah 265 

Henrietta 99 

Henry Clarke Ixiii 

Maria 267 

Richard Ixvii 

Samuel Dennis Ixii Ixiii 

Susan Cornelia Ixii 
WARWICK (de Newburgh 

otherwise de Beaumont) 
Henry Earl of 297 
WASHBURN Vesbond Wash- 
bon Washbond Washborne 
Washbume Washebume 
Weshbend 

Abel 135 

Anna 151 

Bowers 145 148 

Charles Grenfill xvii 

Edward 134 135 

Eh 137 

Elizabeth 139 

Eumee 136 

Gideon 135 136 138 

Hope 134 
Jerusha 144 
John 139 224 
JoSLih 140 143 

Lucinda Ixvii 

Lucretia 135 

Mabel 135 

Nancy 148 
Polly 145 

Samuel 136 137 144 151 
Sarah 134 136 138 151 
Thomas 224 
William 134 136 
WASHINGTON Anna C. 54 
George 54 305 
Susan H. 54 
WASSON Juliet xxxiv 
WATERHOUSE Watrous 
Abel 145 
Andrew 137 
Benjamin 204 
Chanty 135 
CUrk 146 
Daniel 42 
Delia 42 
Elizabeth 205 
Hannah 204 
Isaac 136 151 
John Fothergill 205 
Louisa 204 
Lucy 145 

Richard 135 136 137 139 148 

Sarah 139 

Sarah A. 40 

Susannah 136 139 

Timothy 204 
WATERS Henry FitzGilbert 84 

Joseph 198 

Martha 198 

Ruth Ann 277 
WATKINS Walter KendaU vii 

Watrous see Waterhouse 

see Watts 
WATSON David 110 188 
Desdamony 31 



VOL. LXXVI. 



25 



zxLii 



Index of Persons 



WATSON cont'd 
Ebenezer 110 
Elisabeth 110 188 

F. S. 61 

G. W. 314 
Henry 57 
Katharine 18S 
Shadrach 194 

WATTIS Margaret 266 
WATTLE Memck 51 
WATTS Wats 

Edith L. 76 xxii 

Elizabeth 244 

James Theodore (Mrs.) xiii 

John 235 244 

Mary 226 

Samuel 219 

Thomas 60 
WAYNE Wayn 

Elizabeth 266 

Hannah 266 

John N. 268 

Lucy 266 
WEALE Anne 226 

John 226 
WEAVER William T. 51 
WEBB Webbe 

Allen G. 47 

Ann 263 

Christina 13 

Margaret 224 

Mary Elizabeth 211 

Robert 281 

William 56 285 288 
WEBBER 107 112 183 

Aaron 248 

Abigail 193 

AlicelOg 185 248 259 

Asa 248 

George 109 

James 248 

John 107 109 112 183 185 248 
259 

Joseph 112 

Lucy 142 

Sarah 183 
WEBSTER Daniel xlv 

John 159 

Sarah 159 
Weden $te Weeden 
Wedon set Weeden 
WEED Isaac 132 

Jonas 132 
WEEDEN Weden Wedon 
Weedon 

■ 121 126 



• Mr 



124 



Abrahan 

Agnes 115 118 119 120 121 

122 123 124 126 127 
Alice 117 118 119 120 121 122 

123 124 125 126 127 129 
Amy 118 122 127 

Ann 121 123 

Anna 117 120 121 124 129 

Anne 115 118 120 121 122 124 

127 128 
Benjamin 124 
Chnstian 115 116 118 121 122 

126 127 
Christopher 115 118 120 126 

128 
Cicely 123 
Clare 120 123 
Daniel 116 119 120 121 125 

Dinah 124 

Dorothy 116 119 127 
Edward 116 118 119 123 127 
Eleanor 118 122 126 
Elizabeth 115 110 117 118 119 

120 121 122 123 124 125 

126 127 12S 129 
Ellen 116 121 122 125 



WEEDEN cont'd 
Emme 118 126 
Ezeldel 122 
Felix 119 120 127 
Francis 120 121 125 
George 115 116 118 123 127 
Hamell 120 125 
Hannah 121 129 
Helen 118 
Henry 118 119 120 121 122 

123 124 
Hester 119 120 121 128 
Isaac 116 119 120 121 123 127 
Isbel 118 119 120 121 122 124 

126 
James 115 116 117 118 119 

120 121 122 123 124 125 126 
128 1291 • — .iwi»liir i««' -i 

Jane 117 118 119 120 122 124 

Jeremiah 118 127 129 
Jeremy 120 124 
Joan 116 118 119 120 121 122 
123 124 125 126 127 128 129 
John 115 116 117 118 119 120 

121 122 123 124 125 126 127 

128 129 

Jois 116 117 118 122 123 
Joseph 119 120 121 124 128 

129 
Josias 116 118 128 
Joyce 126 127 

Katharine 119 121 123 121 
Lazarus 119 121 129 
Lydia 125 

Margaret 120 121 123 125 
Margarite 122 123 
Mane 120 121 
Martha 116 117 118 119 120 

121 122 127 129 
Mary 116 117 118 119 121 122 

123 127 128 
Mercy 120 121 
Nathaniel 119 120 121 
Petronel 119 120 124 
Phebe 129r»"r*' ;J 
Philip 120 121 129 
PhUhp 123 129 
PrisciUa 117 119 123 127 
Ralph 115 116 118 119 122 

124 127 
Ralph de 126 

Richard 115 116 117 118 119 

120 121 122 123 124 125 126 
127 128 129 

Robert 116 117 118 119 120 

121 122 123 124 125 126 127 

129 <1-iJ»- «i>-*« 
Roger 118 119 120"l21 122 

124 129 

Rose 120 121 123 129 
Ruth 117 119 123 128 
Samuel 121 
Sarah 116 120 121 122 123 125 

127 
Stephen 118 119 122 123 124 

125 126 

Susan 116 118 120 121 123 

128 
Susannah 119 121 
Thomas 115 116 117 118 119 

120 121 122 124 125127128 

129 
Thomas de 126 
Timothy 119 120 121 125 
William 52 116 117 118 119 

120 123 124 125 127 129 
Zachary 120 
Zacherie 122 
WEEKS Wicks 
John V. 271 
Mary S. 41 
WELCH Beriah 193 



WELCH cont'd 

David 108 

Edmund 103 179 180 181 163 

Eleanor 181 

Elizabeth Seabrook Ixxxiii 

Esther 260 

Hannah 183 

Jacob 108 

James 51 

Jonathan 103 

Joseph 260 

NIahala 36 

Mary 108 181 

Nabby 180 

Ruth 103 179 180 181 183 

Sarah 183 
WELD Ehzabeth nxxiz 

Francis Minot xxxii 

Gertrude xxxin 

Stephen M. Ixviii 
WELDEY Andrew Jackson 272 

Nancy 272 
WELLINGTON Abby 266 

Charles Oliver lutvii 

Helen Gushing lixvii 

Minnie Maria Dix Ixxvi 

Roger Ixiv 
■WELLMAN Arthur Holbrook 3 

WELLS 94 109 192 249 

250 251 254 

A. S. 47 

Abigail 106 107 108 109 110 
111 112 113 183 186 188 196 
247 254 255 259 

Abraham 109 113 190 

Ada 103 179 258 

nder Rice 252 



Alic 



253 



Aiia 248 250 

Bartholomew 109 

Benaiah 105 249 250 251 254 

261 
Benaj. 192 
Daniel 105 108 250 251 254 

255 
David 110 251 
Deborah 183 194 254 
Dependence 109 111 112 113 

1 14.185 188 248 250 253 254 

200 
Dorothy 183 
Ebenezer 106 
Edmund 106 
Edward 111 251 
Edwin Henry 100 
Eleanor 111 112 113 114 185 

188 248 250 253 254 260 
Elisabeth 105 106 109 110 183 

185 186 254 25S 260 
Elizabeth 112 226 249 
Eunice 251 252 254 255 
Ezra 114 
Freelove 254 
George 110 
Harriet 254 
Isaac 110 251 
Ivory 249 
Jane 254 
Jeremiah 109 251 
Johanna 184 
John 105 106 109 112 183 193 

220 249 251 254 256 257 
John Light 110 112 186 249 

260 
John Pike 106 249 
Joseph 105 106 107 109 110 

181 195 
Joshua 105 193 
Josiah 109 250 
Jotham 107 
Julia 100 
Levina 255 

Lydia 182 185 192 255 
vlaria 254 



Index of Perso7i^ 



WELLS cont'd 


WEST Dorcas 105 258 


Martha 182 186 188 259 


Elise Alger 218 


Mary 183 253 


George 211 


Meribah lOS 111 181 184 185 


George Webb 211 


193 196 250 254 255 


Gustavus 0. 47 


Moses HI 


James 114 248 261 


Nahum 249 


John 248 


Nancy 186 254 


Mary Elizabeth 211 


Nathan 105 106 110 183 184 


Mercy 114 248 261 


186 18S 258 


Nicholas 105 


Nathaniel 109 110 112 113 


Rose Lee 211 


183 186 188193 196 251252 


William 105 114 


254 255 


Westcoit srt Westcott 


Nellie 100 


WESTGATE Alice Lucretia 314 


Noah 114 


WESTON Edward 78 xxi 


Philip 110 


Robert Dickson 78 163 164 


Phineas 250 


V vii viii xvi xviii 


Rebecca 105 106 110 l83 184 


Robert Dickson (Mrs.) 169 


188 188 196 258 


Stella 27 


Richard 112 


Wendell Maro xxii 


Robert 106 107 108 109 111 


WESTOVER David 139 


188 196 247 259 


Joanna 139 


Samuel 108 HI 184 185 196 


Moses 139 


249 251 


WETER Elizabeth 273 


Sarah 105 106 107 109 110 179 


WETHERBEE Harriet E. 14 


181 188 251 254 


WETHERELL Charles Francis 


Susannah 184 188 251 254 256 


(Mrs.) ix xxii 
Fannie Louvia xxii 


Theodore 112 247 251 


Thomas 103 179 Ixxxvii 


WETHEY Caroline V. 270 


Timothy 113 


Clarissa 270 


William 182 259 


Erastus 270 


WELSTED William 218 219 


Lucy Ann 266 


220 


Wetmore sie Whitamore 


WELTON Aaron 133 


WHALEN Wheland Whelon 


Allen 131 


Abel 133 


Dav^d 133 


Ellen 134 


Ebenezer 133 


James 134 


EliaHm 131 133 


John 131 133 134 


Moses 131 


Susannah 131 


Oliver 133 


WHARRY Josephine 273 


S. 133 


WHEATLEY Benetta 25 


Stephen 131 


Florence Ethel 25 


Thomas 131 133 


Henry 122 


WENDELL Wendel 


Jack Reagor 25 


Abraham 1 


Jeanne 25 


Anne 244 


Margarite 122 


Barrett xxix 1 li lii 


Rex 25 


Edith lii 


Richard 25 


Evert Jansen 1 


WHEATON Francis J. 51 


Jacob 244 1 


James S. 52 
WHEELER Adaline 268 


Johnl 


Mary Barrett lii 


Anna 144 


Mary Bertodi 1 


Augusta T. 54 


Oliver E. 38 


Aurelia 86 96 99 


Sarah 207 244 


Auret 88 


Vienna 36 


Benjamin 157 


William Greenough lii 


Cibel s« Sibyl 


WENT John 289 
WENTWORTH Wintworth 


David 144 


Eunice 86 88 90 97 144 


— Capt. 312 


G. Oscar 267 


Arioch (Mrs.) xxjuv 


Gershom 88 


Betsey 37 


Hester H. 54 


Cecile Rushe xixiv 


Hope Manchester viii 


Clara Annis 9 


Ira 86 88 90 97 


Clarissa 36 


James 264 
Jane C. 97 


Elizabeth 244 


Elizabeth A. 37 


John 146 147 149 151 
John H. 54 


EUis9 


Hiram 38 


John O. 64 


Hunting 244 
James J. 38 


Joseph 144 148 150 
Lydia 157 


John 36 199 


Martha Arm 267 


Mary Ann 9 


Mary Hester 54 


Mary M. 38 


Nancy 54 148 


Roxcilina 36 


Oscar 268 


Sarah 244 


Sarah 144 


WERDEN Richmond 155 


Selina B. 90 97 


WESCOTT Wescot Westcoat 


Sibyl 149 


Joseph 155 
Mary E. 52 


Whittlesey 150 


William 148 


Weshbend s« Washburn 


WHEELOCK Carrie C. 95 


WESSON Charles H. 16 


EUzabeth 204 


Josephine 16 


Emily Ann 210 


Sophia 16 


Oliver 204 



cxiui 

WHEELWRIGHT 114 250 
Aaron 110 111 112 114 185 

189 248 249 252 260 
Abigail 110 111 112 114 183 

185 189 190 193 248 249 252 

200 261 
Alice 180 194 
Benjamin 114 189 249 261 
Betsey 252 
Daniel 105 109 182 183 184 

185 250 259 
Dorothy 105 109 182 183 184 

185 
Ebenezer 114 
Elisabeth 185 
Esther 194 
Frances 189 
George 114 
Hannah 184 
James 248 
Job 185 

John 114 190 198 249 
Joseph 110 113 114 180 186 

190 194 249 250 252 253 260 
Lucy 192 

Lydia 185 

Martha 182 

Mary 114 180 185 189 190 196 
261 

Mehitablc 252 

Nancy 253 

Nathaniel 109 110 190 192 
249 

Ralph 105 

Richard 249 

Sally 189 

Samuel 111 189 192 193 249 

Sarah 192 

Susannah 110 113 114 186 249 
252 253 260 

Timothy 114 
Wheland sec Whalen 
Whelon see Whalen 
WHIPPIE William 47 
WHIPPLE Almira B. 271 

Katharyn Carlton 23 

Rebecca Louise 23 

Sherman Leland 23 
WHITAMORE Wetmore 

Jeremiah 131 

S. P. 54 

WilUam 131 
WHITE — Mr. 79 

Alexander Moss xJvm xl« 

Alfred Tredwayi.159 xxix 
xlviii xlii 1 

Anna 149 

Annie IsabeUa.9 

Annie Jean 1 

Ascnath 264 

Charles 148 

Ebenezer xlviii 

Elisha 146 

Elizabeth- Hart'xlyui 

Elvira Georgia xxii 

Ephraim Moss xlviii 

Hiram 270 ,.,„ 

John 146 147 148149 151.153 
173 174 

John Barber vii 

John M. 275 , ^ .. 

Joseph Foster (Mrs.).78 xxii 

Joseph Harvey vi viii ^^ „ 

Joseph M. xlviii 

Katharine Lyman 1 

Lucy 270 

Maria Louisa xxxii 

Matilda 268 

Polly 173 

SaUy 151 

Thomas xlviii 
WHITEHODSE Ann M. 43 

Drusilla 36 

Edward 191 



:;xliv 



Index of Persons 



WHTTEHOUSE cont'd 

Hannah 28 

Henry 38 

Joseph P. 36 

Lydm 38 

Margaret Colburn 9 

Mary 30 

Naomi 34 

Nicholas V. 32 

Samuel 9 190 

Sarah Ehzabeth 9 

Susan 32 
WmXENBDRG John 47 
Whiteney see "^Tiitney 
WHITFIELDE Whitfeilde 

Joan 116 127 

William 116 127 
WHITING Whitinge 

Anthony 280 

Joh n 155 156 
WHITNEY Whiteney 

143 

— Mrs. 47 

Abigail 89 90 

Anne 211 

Charles M. 51 

Esther 89 90 

Frances Maria Ivii 

Harriet 89 90 151 

John 47 

Julia 143 

Mark William 171 

Martha P. 211 

Mary 153 

Mary Ann Ivii 

Sherwood 89 90 

William 151 153 171 173 

William James Ivii 

William M. 211 
WHITTAKER — Mr. 79 

Francis 51 

Jere . 79 
WHllTKN Whitton 

Chauncey 272 

Mary A. 42 

C)rrsn42 

Phebe 272 
WHITTINGHAM John 67 

Mary 67 74 75 
WHITTLE Richard 226 
Whit ton see Whitten 
WHrrrUM Abigail 181 

Joshua 181 258 

Mary 181 258 

Sarah 181 
WHY GHT Antony 224 
WHYTHEAD Elizabeth 224 
WIBIRD Elizabeth 244 
WICHWIRE Henry A. 48 
Wicks see Weeks 
WIGGIN Wiggins 
• Abigail 192 

George Winslow vi 

John 266 

Sabrina 266 
WIGGINTON Priscilla 123 127 

Ralph 123 127 
WIGGLESWORTH Michael i 
WIGHT Mary 90 91 
WIGHTMAN Ida M. 160 
WILBUR Daniel 51 
WILCOX Wilcocke WUcocks 

170 171 

Abel 171 
Benjamin 171 
C. E. 277 
Jabez 171 
Nat. 280 
S. E. 277 
WILD Ellen lioutviii 
Mary 65 
Mary Arm 9 
WILDER Dorothy ixivi 
Elijah Ayer 24 



281 



WILDER cont'd 
Emily WLswell 24 
Sarah Gail 24 

WILES Thor 

WILEY Charles 47 
Charles H. 98 
Cordelia xliii 
Frances D. 47 
Molly Eugenia 9 

WILKES Charles 1 
Elizabeth Ixxiii 



ellx. 



Jane Jeffrey Ixxiii 
John Ixxiv 
John De Ponthier U 
John Francis Ixxiv 
John Frank xx 
Mary Ix ' ' 



William 57 
WTLKEY Frede 

WiUiam 51 
WILKINSON Theodosia Bu 



ck 51 



Da 



WILIARD Belle Layton 217 

Belle Wyatt 217 

George S- 48 

Joseph xcii 

Joseph Edward 217 

Nathaniel P. 47 

Roswell 51 
Willes see WUUs 
WILLEY Abigail 30 

Fanny 34 

Hannah S. 35 

Lemuel 33 

Love 33 

Mary 35 36 

Moses 30 

PoUy 32 

Sally 31 33 

Stephen 35 

V ienna 36 
WILLLAJa II of England 297 
WUliam Rufus see William II of 

England 
WILLLAMS William 

148 

A. W. 47 

Abbot 47 

Abigail Ann 6 

Benetta 25 

Boylston Lincoln (Mrs.) Iv 

Charles W. 278 

Cordelia E. 275 

Edwin 276 , 

Eliza 51 '1. 

Elizabeth 6 

Ellen A. 278 

Emmeline Iviii 

Esther 54 

Fidelia 12 

Frances Sweetser Iv 

James 134 

lessee 

Linsly Rudd bdx 

Margaret 194 

Mary 277 

Mary Gi^ce Ixix 

Milton Franklin 320 321 

Peter 51 

Robert 320 

Roger 170 

Roger Fisk xxii 

Rosarma 134 

Samuel 202 

Stephen 6 

Sylvia 6 

Sylvia Cerosia 6 

Thomas 134 

W. E. 52 



WILLIAMSON 230 

Beatrice 225 230 
WaLIS Willes 

Edward C. 270 
Harriet N. 270 
Marian 293 294 
Thomas 293 
WILLIT Abigail 191 

Mary 191 192 
Willson see Wilson 
■WILMARTH Orissa 89 93 
WILMOT Alexander 142 143 
146 
Anna 142 
Daniel 137 143 144 
Mary 143 
Sarah 144 
William 135 
WTLSHIRE William 270 
WILSON Willson 

113 186 189 190 249 

254 256 261 262 
Benjamin 51 248 
Betsey 265 
Charles S. 47 
Charles W. 47 
CUrissa lix 
Daniel 113 
David '113 250 
Dorothy 116 127 
Dosia 253 
Edmund Burke 212 
Elisabeth 254 257 
EUza 256 

Elizabeth 192 215 253 
Eva XX lix 
Evelina 256 
Everett XX xxix lix 
Frank lix 
George 116 127 
Hadassah 254 
Hannah 186 248 253 261 
Harry lix 
Horatio N. 47 
James 215 249 
John 170 
John Adams 190 
Jonathan 189 250 255 256 
Joseph 113 189 248 249 253 

254 261 
Lydia 181 253 
Margaret 194 257 
Martha HI 187 196 250 255 

256 
Martha Anne 212 
Martha Hyde lix 
Mary 104 180 181 254 lil 
Mary Catherine lix 
Mehitable 180 
Michael 104 HI 180 181 193 

249 256 261 262 
Miles 104 253 254 
Miriam 113 261 
Nathaniel 113 
Noah 111 186 187 190 196 
Olive 189 
Sally 187 
Samuel 191 
Sarah Mary Ann 215 
Sophia Edgell 212 
Susannah 189 
Thebe 255 
William 48 lix 
W illiam Henry lix 
WILSON-LANG Fannie Louvia 

xxii 
Win see Winn 
WINCH Wynch 
Isabel 121 126 
WINCHESTER Horace H. 41 

Mary Ann 41 
WINGATE Abigail 35 
Esther 33 



Index of Persons 



cxlv 



WINGATE ( 
John S3 
John A. 35 



Johi 
fc 



1 39 



WINGFIELD Humphrey 282 
WINKLEY Abigail K. 38 

David B. 41 

John 28 

Maria L. 44 

Mary 28 

Mary S. 41 

Paul T. 38 

WINLEY Joseph 47 
WINN Win 

113 186 187 248 250 

252 

Aaron 113 

Abigail 103 106 107 111 112 

182 183 185 186 187 195 248 

251 252 255 257 259 
Anna 180 

Benjamin 103 114 189 250 251 

254 255 
Brunetta 253 
Christopher 252 
Daniel 113 114 186 187 248 

Dorcas 180 
Ebenezer 103 105 
Elisabeth 185 
Elisha Allen 251 
Elizabeth 255 

Francis 112 255 256 

Isaac 107 109 251 232 253 

James 113 

Jane 188 252 

Joanna 112 113 253 260 

Johanna 113 189 

John 103 105 106 109 111 180 

183 187 188 195 252 257 258 
262 

Jonathan 113 114 248 253 261 
Joseph 103 112 179 186 251 

252 257 

Joseph Wheelwright 251 

Joshua 248 

Josiah 114 182 183 185 

Jotham 111 

Levina 256 

Lucy 112 113 114 183 197 248 

252 253 255 261 
Lydia 182 183 185 253 255 
Lydia Boum 253 
Mark 112 
Mary 103 1 14 179 182 186 251 

Mehitable 185 186 255 256 
Nathaniel 106 107 111 112 

114 183 185 248 252 259 
Obadiah 251 252 255 
Olive 113 114 186 255 
Otis 114 
Persis 253 
Priscilla 105 108 109 111 180 

183 187 188 258 
Rebecca 179 
Rufus 251 

Samuel 112 113 189 253 260 
Sarah 114 187 189 251 254 

255 
Sophia 255 
Stephen 184 185 186 249 253 

260 
Susannah 184 185 186 249 253 

260 
Theodore 1 13 
Theodosia 252 253 262 
Timothy 113 248 
William 114 248 

WINSLOW 244 

Abigail 244 
Edward 317 



WINSLOW cont'd 

Josiah Uxvi 

Kenelm iliii 

Phebe jliii 

Rebecca 218 219 
WINTHROP Adam 198 199 

Deane 198 199 

Eliza Cabot 208 

John 198 liii liiv 

Martha 198 199 

Robert Charles 208 

Sarah 198 

Wait 199 
WINTON Ebenezer 153 173 
Wintworth s« Wentworth 
WISE 172 

Betty 172 
WISEBURY Anthony 134 

Dorcas 134 

Tabitha 134 
WITHAM Withura 

Ebenezer 106 

John 104 106 180 181 196 258 

Meribah 104 106 180 181 258 

Samuel 106 

Samuel A. 47 

Sarah 180 
WITHERBEE Frank Bernard 
(Mrs.) Mii 

Mary Harris xxii 
WITHINGTON Abby Adella 9 

Abby Elida 16 

Abigail 15 

Abigail Ann 6 7 

Ada E. 10 

Albert Carruth 6 

Albert Merrill 10 22 

Alfred Nathan 15 

Alice Cary 16 

Alice Hope 12 

Alice Josephine 22 



; 16 



Alice Ma 

Aln 

Alonzo 14 21 

Alonzo Otis 10 

Alonzo Thayer 7 21 

Alton Edwin 6 

Amos 7 

Andrew 8 

Angelina L. 19 

Ann Eliza 6 

Ann Jane 9 



Annie Edith 19 
Annie Isabella 9 
Annie Laurie 16 
Annie Louise 10 



: Ma 



I 25 



Annie Polk 21 
Annie Toppan 10 
Arthur Amos 10 
Arthur Colbum 22 
Asenath 14 
Belinda L. 19 
Caroline 11 21 
Caroline Augusta 10 
Caroline Isabel 17 
Caroline Virginia 12 
Carolyn Chandler 17 
Carroll 19 
Cassie 13 

Catherine Sherburne 10 
Catherine Virginia 15 
Cecilia Frances 22 
Cecilia Marie 22 
Chandler 17 
Charity A. 8 
Charles 13 21 
Charles Albert 6 10 
Charles C. 14 



WITHINGTON cont'd 
Charles Francis 18 
Charies Henry 9 13 
Charles Howard 7 
Charies Melvin 6 
Charles Sumner 17 
Charles Warren 17 
Charies William 14 
Chadotte A. 7 
Chester Merrill 22 
Clara Annis 9 
Clara Belle 14 
Clara Cushman 25 
Clara Etta 20 
CUra FarweU 15 
Clara Jane 15 
Constance 23 
Constance Stanwood 25 
Converse Grant 20 
Cora May 21 
Cordelia 20 
Cornelia 17 
Cornelia King 24 26 
Daniel Estabrooks 21 
Daphne Bowen 18 
Daphne Constance Evelyr. 1 ' 
David Little 10 22 24 
Dean Elmer 19 
Dennett 24 
Donald 16 
Donald Ray 25 
Dorothea 17 
Dorothy Esther 25 
Earl Arthur 19 
Earl Goss 20 
Eben F. 20 21 
Edith Herman 18 
Edith May 19 
Edna C. 8 
Edward Francis 14 
Edward Harper 16 
Edward Otis 17 
Edwin 6 
Edwin Hibbs 26 
Edwin Theodore 21 
Effie Arma Eliza 7 
Eleanor Aura 15 
Eleanor Hibbs 15 
Elfie Leila 7 
Ehza 7 8 12 
EUzabeth 10 20 
Elizabeth A. 14 
Elizabeth Adelia 9 
Elizabeth C. 14 
Elizabeth Cole 14 
Elizabeth Constance 26 
EUzabeth Gail 26 
Elizabeth Gertrude 18 
Elizabeth H. 14 
Elizabeth Rupp 24 
ElLa Adelia 6 
Ellen 15 

Ellen Jeannette 12 
EUen Maria 9 
Elmer Nathan 20 
Elmyra Elizabeth 9 
Elsie Livingston 12 
Emily EUzabeth 21 
Emily Wiswell 24 
Emma L. 20 
Emma May 13 
Enos Bailey 8 
Enos Francis 22 
Ephraim Fitts 19 
Esther 20 
Eudora Howard 21 
Eva 17 

Eva EUzabeth 26 
F'arley Justin 16 
Florence 15 21 
Florence Ethel 25 
Frances A. 21 
Frances Josephine 13 



Fran 



cxlvi 



Index of Persons 



WITHINGTON cont'd 
Frances Mosclev 13 
Francis Culver 15 
Francis Robert 22 
Frank 21 
Frank Donald 25 
Frank Edn-ard 6 
Frank P. H 24 
Frederic Burnham 2i 
Frederic Henry 6 
Frederic Jewett 15 
Frederic Scherer 6 24 25 
Frederic Stanton 26 
George 8 
George Blake 6 
George E. 7 
George Edward 16 
George Elmer 7 
George Elnathan 9 
George Gardner 12 
George Kidder 15 
George Lovering 15 
George Roseo 6 
George Warren 10 
George Washington 13 
George Wesley 19 
Georgia Inez 9 
Georgiana Augusta 14 
Gertrude Bradbury 23 
Gertrude Isabella 9 
Gertrude Revere 24 
Grace 11 12 
Grace Josephine 22 
Grace Rosalie 25 
Hannah 8 
Harold 19 
Harold E. 10 
Harriet E. 7 14 
Harriet N. 9 
Harriet Sophia 10 
Harriette 1 1 
Harriette Elizabeth 12 
Harriot 12 
Harry Ogier 21 
Harvey Aldis 6 
Hattie 21 
Helen 15 
Helen Sidney 25 
Henrietta C. 14 
Henry 6 8 12 13 14 15 21 
Henry Albert 18 
Henry Bailey 7 
Henry Gushing 8 



Herbert Charles 6 
Herbert Francis 19 
Herbert Trill 26 
Herman Lincoln 18 
Homer S. 17 
Horace 8 

Horace Harrison 20 
Ida M. 8 
Irene E. 19 
Irving Stephen 6 
Isabella B. 6 
Jackson Reynolds 17 
James 14 
James Culver 15 

iames Frarik 19 
ames Otis 8 
ames S. 15 
ames Snell 8 
James Watts 20 
James William 22 
Janet 12 
Jeannette 15 
Jeannette Comstock 16 
Jeannette Louise 12 
Jeannette Winifred 16 
Jennie Eloise 21 
Jennie Stokes 21 
John 13 



WITHINGTON cont'd 
John Bailey 22 
John Bent 7 
John Durkee 19 
John Fremont 6 
John H. 14 
John Remshart 17 
John Rupp 13 24 
John Samuel 22 
John Thomas 7 
John Walter 10 
John Walthour Remshart 17 
Joseph 11 
Joseph Caldwell 25 
Joseph Colbum 22 
Joseph Cotton 11 
Joseph Denis Samuel 22 
Joseph R. 7 
Joseph Samuel 16 
Josephine 16 
Tosiah 6 12 13 24 
Judith A. 21 
Julia 21 

Julia ChitUnden U 
Juha Elizabeth 21 
Julia Matilda 21 
Juliana Augusta 19 
Juliana Caroline 19 
Juliana Crane 19 
Kate 20 

Katharine Winifred 11 
Katharyn Carlton 23 
Langley Hoage 20 
Laura Belinda 6 
Laura E. 25 
Laura Jane 14 
Lawrence Jay 15 
Lawrence Lovegreen 17 
Lemuel 17 
Lena Antoinette 11 
Leonard 10 23 
Leonard Aubrey 16 
Lillian Estelle 25 
Lorenzo Charles 20 
Lothrop 10 23 24 26 
Lottie Natalie 21 
Louise Pamelia 17 
Lucinda Colbum 22 
Lucinda Louise 9 
Lucy 8 

Lucy Benson 8 
Lucy P. 8 
Lurena Mary 16 
Lydia Ann 20 
Mabel Hutchison 25 
Margaret Ann 22 
Margaret Colbum 9 
Marguerite 12 



Ma 



12 



I Antoinette 6 
Maria Ellen 20 
Marian A. 23 
Marian Ada 19 
Marian Olive 22 
Marietta Dennett 22 
Marietta Louise 24 
Marion Edward 21 
Martha 7 8 21 
Martha Cecilia 21 
Martha Lydia 17 
Mary 7 13 15 17 27 
Mary A. 9 10 19 
Mary Adelaide 13 
Mary Ann 6 13 
Mary Bertha U 
Mary E. 14 
Mary Elizabeth 7 9 14 15 22 
Mary Ellen 20 



Mary Mathes 24 
Mary Noyes 10 
Maud La ugh ton 16 
May 10 21 



WITHINGTON cont d 
Medora I. 9 10 
Mercy 8 
Mildred 14 
Mildred Susan 16 
Millie W. 6 
Minnie E. 19 
Moses EUas 18 
Nathalie Stanwood 25 
Nathan 9 
Nathan Crane 15 
Nathan Hurlburt 20 
Nathan Noyes 10 
Nellie B. 19 
Nellie May 25 
Noah 7 

Norman Sylvester 19 
Olive 16 
Olive Ida 19 
Olive S. 14 
OUvia G. 8 
Orrin Wetherbee 14 
Otis W. 19 
Otis Warren 9 
Paul 23 

Paul Norton 16 
Paul Richmond 18 
Perez 7 
Phebe B. 21 
Philip Herbert 11 
Philip Lester 25 
Philo Tenney 19 
Phyllis 11 
Phylhs Agnes 22 
Pluma B. 19 
Ralph Carroll 19 
Ray Belden 25 
Rebecca 17 
Richard Randolph 16 
Richard Waters 12 
Robert Gibbs 26 
Robert Lyie 19 
Robert Vivian 24 26 
Robert William 20 
Roland Coolidge 18 
Rosamond 12 
Roshore 17 
Roxana 19 
Roy C. 10 
Ruth 16 

Samuel Bailey 9 21 
Samuel Jackson 14 
Sarah A. 19 
Sarah E. 8 
Sarah Elizabeth 9 22 
Sarah Elvira 22 
Sarah Estabrooks 21 
Sarah Esther 22 
Sarah Jane 6 8 13 
Sarah Lydia 9 
Sarah Porter 13 
Sherman Whipple 24 
Shirley Alice 22 
Sidney 17 
Sidney Bartlett 19 
Sophia 10 

Stanwood Carroll 25 
Stella 16 
Stella May 20 
Stella Tenney 19 
Susan 16 20 22 
Susan E. 19 
Susan J. 21 
Sylvester 19 
Sylvia Cerosia 6 
Ursula S. 13 
Violet 17 
Virginia 18 
Waitstill Harding 9 
Waldo P. 10 
Wallace Herbert 20 26 
Walter 7 

Walter Thayer 21 
Walter William 20 



Index of Persons 



cxlvii 



WrrmNGTON cont'd 


WOOLISCRAFT Clarissa 


57 


WORMWOOD cont'd 


, Warren 9 


David 87 




Daniel 113 


Warren Nelson 22 


WOOLL Dorothy 79 




Ebenezer 103 188 248 253 


Wendell S. 17 


Thomas 79 




Hannah 188 248 253 261 


Wilfred 15 


WOOSTER Abel 140 141 149 


Huldah 188 


William Alexander 8 21 


Abigail 140 




Jane 191 193 


WilUam CUpp 15 


Abijah 141 




John 103 105 180 


William Herbert 11 


Abraham 137 139 




Joseph 105 191 193 


William Hiram 20 


Agnes 141 




Lydia 113 189 261 


William Thomas 8 


Ama 136 




Mary 191 


William Wesson 16 


Amos 141 




Priscilla 189 


Winifred 15 


Ann 136 




Samuel 113 248 


Winthrop 12 
Zaidee Eddy 20 


Anna 135 137 138 139 147 148 


Thomas 191 192 193 


Anna Maria 172 




WORRALL Thomas 225 


Withum sre Witham 


Arthur 135 138 




Woude van der see Van der 


WITTERS Grace 96 


Benjamin 85 86 87 88 89 144 


Woude 


Harrie Wellington 96 


Betsey 145 




■WRIGHT Albert 90 


Mary Augusta 96 


Charity 145 




Almira 87 


Mary Elizabeth 96 


Daniel 147 151 153 170 




Augusta Tenney 19 


Wellington Barton 96 


David 135 136 138 140 


156 


Auret 88 


Wodhull see WahuU 


Dorcas 135 




Austin Tappan (Mrs.) 83 
Benjamin D. 48 


WOLLASTON John Sir 315 
WOLSTENHOLME John Sir 


Ebenezer 135 139 




Edward 138 139 140 142 143 


Catherine 92 


237 


145 




Clarissa A. 273 


WOOD At Wodde 


Eliezer 139 




EUzabeth 142 


George 154 


Elizabeth 134 135 




Emily 48 


Henry 57 


Enoch 139 




Emily J. 48 51 


Julian 55 
Leonard 23 


Enos 173 




Emily Soule 90 


Ephraim 135 




H. G. 54 


Margery 57 


Esther 135 




Helen 88 


Martha 48 52 


Grace 171 




James Martin 146 


Mary Emma xxii 


Hannah 134 




Julia M. 88 
Lucena 149 


Maryett 271 


Henry 139 140 141 143 


145 


Orison 271 


148 




Luther 87 


Thomas 55 


Huldah 139 




Margaret Garrad 85 


William T. 51 


Isaac 140 147 173 




Moses 142 143 145 146 149 


Woodard see Woodward 


Jerusha 134 
Joel 149 




Rhoda MerriU 88 


WOODBRIDGE F. 48 




WROE Josephine A. 276 
William H. H. 276 


"WOODBURY Eliza K. 29 


John 134 135 136 137 138 141 


WOODEN 150 162 173 


143 150 153 173 




WTJLMAN ^— 279 292 


— Mr. 139 


John Washbond 153 




WYATT Belle Layton 217 


Aaron 272 


Joseph 136 138 170 




Ira 39 


Aurenia 153 


Josiah 141 150 
Lemuel 138 




Louisa Ann 39 


Betsey 272 




Thomas Sir 235 


Charles 151 153 


Lois 140 




WYETH Sarah B. xxxii ic 


David 145 


Lucy 143 




Wynch see Winch 


Eunice 153 


Marmara 153 






Joel 153 
Lemuel 153 


Mary 138 139 




YARNALL — 226 


Merchant 137 148 152 




Morris 226 


Mary Elisabeth 149 


Milton 143 




YENDELL Samuel xlvi 


Philo 149 153 


Moses 138 139 145 




York Abp. of see under surname 
YORK rfannah 35 


Polly 173 


Nancy ISO 




Rachel 149 


Nathan 138 140 173 




Hannah D. 37 


Sabra 153 


Nathaniel 134 135 140 


153 


John 35 


Wentworth 172 


171 172 




Man' Ann S. 40 


William 149 153 


Patience 135 144 




YOST Sarah Ann 277 


Woodes see Woods 


Phebe 139 




YOUNG Younge 


WOODHOUSE OUve 34 


Philo 147 




Abby 13 43 


WOODMAN Betsey 36 


Rachel 135 




Abigail 38 


Eliza 34 


Reuben Judd 139 




Charles W. 43 


Joshua 37 


Ruth 134 137 138 




Clyda Mae 100 


Martha Ann 37 


Sady 153 




Darius 13 


William 34 36 


Samuel 139 140 142 143 


144 


Darius Franklin 13 


WOODS Woodes 


145 147 150 




Deborah 35 


Jessie Alice viii 


Sarah 134 136 




Eliza 34 


• John 34 


Sarah Hams 86 




Elizabeth 87 


Sarah 34 


Sylvester 134 135 137 14 




Fanny 31 


WOODWARD Woodard 


Thomas 134 135 136 137 


138 


Frances Josephine 13 


Allen 263 


139 140 143 




Hannah 29 


Benjamin S. 254 


Urana Hide 147 




John 237 


Darnel 57 


William Duncan 148 




Jonathan 29 37 


Frank Ernest 77 niii Hxi ic 


WOOTTON Elizabeth 229 231 


Judith 34 


Mary 264 


Worcester Bp. of see under 


Mary 28 


Susan 263 


surname 




Robert T. 87 


WOODWORTH Betsey M. 265 


Worden see Warden 




Sally 28 37 


266 


WORELLO — Mr. 271 




Susan 32 


ELza 270 


WORKS Angeline 205 




Waitstill Harding 9 


Jarvis 205 270 


Jerusha 205 




William 31 


Laura B. 13 


WORMWOOD Abigail ISO 




William J. 100 


Mary 205 


Amos 113 139 201 






WOOLCOT 142 


Benjamin 194 




ZON Mrzon — Mr. 173 


John 142 


Bethia 103 105 180 




Maria Josephina Rondez 173 



cxlviii 



Index of Persons 
MISCELLANEOUS 



BETTY 171 
CHUSE Abigail 135 
Joseph 135 



INDIANS 

I ESTHER 140 
FRANCIS 141 
FRANK 140 141 144 



I JOHN 171 
LEVI 144 
SUSANNAH 151 



INITIALS 

F. — J. 312 



ABIGAIL ANN 152 
BECK 220 
BEN 133 
BETTY 153 
BOSTON 191 220 
BRISTOL 191 
CHARLES 190 
CLARA 153 
DICK 153 
DINAH 190 191 
DORCAS 132 
EDWARD 173 
ELIZABETH 132 
ESTHER 148 
EXPERIENCE 148 



SURNAMES UNKNOWN 

FANNY 146 
FRANK 149 
HUGH 236 
HULDAH A. 276 
ISAAC 153 
JAFFRY 191 
JANE 152 
JOHN 132 
LINETTK 173 
LOIS 149 
MARY 184 
MIRIAM 184 
NANCY 151 
PEG 190 191 
PETER 191 194 



PHILIP 153 
PLATO 191 
POMPEY 191 
PRINCE 192 
RIC. 224 
ROMES 133 
SCIPIO 191 194 
SIMON 298 
THOMAS 225 
TIMOTHY 133 146 152 
TOM 189 
WILL 189 , 
WILLIAM 177 298 
YORK 220 
ZILPH 190 




iL,.^ 




THE 
NEW ENGLAND 

HISTOEICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 
REGISTER 



JANUARY, 1922 



GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD 
By Abthub Holbrook Wellman, M.A., LL.B., of Topsfield, Mass. 

George Lambert Goctld, of Topsfield, Mass., a member of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society since 1896 and its 
Treasurer since February 1918, was born at Woburn, Mass., 6 Feb- 
ruary 1852, the son of John Averell and Elizabeth Cheever (Leach) 
Gould, and died at his winter residence in Maiden, Mass., 30 October 
1921. 

He was a descendant of Zaccheus' Gould, one of the first settlers 
of Topsfield, through Capt. John,^ John,' Solomon,^ John,^ John,* 
and John Averell,' his father, and also in another line through Capt. 
John,^ Capt. Joseph,' Capt. Joseph,* Mary,^ who married Elijah 
Averell, and Mary Averell, who married his grandfather, John' 
Gould. Among his other ancestors were Gov. Thomas Dudley, Gov. 
Simon and Anne (Dudley) Bradstreet, and Ezekiel Cheever, the 
famous school-teacher of early New England. 

His great-great-grandfather, Joseph'' Gould, was captain of the 
Topsfield company that marched to Lexington on 19 April 1775, 
forming part of Col. John Baker's regiment, and later he became a 
major in that regiment; and another great-great-grandfather, Lieut. 
Isaac Averell, and a great-grandfather, John* Gould, also took part 
in the conflict on that memorable day. Another great-grandfather, 
Capt. Benjamin Leach, commanded a small privateer in the Revo- 
lutionary War, and was captured by the British and confined for three 
years in the old Mill Prison at Plymouth, England. 

George Lambert Gould received his early education in the public 
schools of Woburn and Chelsea, Mass., his father having moved from 
Woburn to Chelsea in 1863. At the end of his second year in the 
Chelsea High School, in 1867, when he was fifteen years old, he 
went to work for his father, who was the proprietor of a paint and 
oil business in Boston. The buOding, at the corner of Water and 
Kilby Streets, in which the business was carried on, was burned in 
the great Boston fire in November 1872, but new quarters were 
found on India Street and later (1877) on Union Street. Mr. Gould 
was made a member of his father's firm, Gould & Company, on 
1 January 1874; and on 31 December 1889 this firm was consohdated 
with the firm of A. L. Cutler & Company and the new company waa 

VOL. LXXVI. 1 



4 George Lambert Gould [Jan. 

incorporated as Gould & Cutler, Corporation, the first incorporation 
among Boston paint firms. In December 1902 the corporation moved 
into a building on North Street, and in June 1911 took possession 
of its present quarters on Sudbury Street. At the time of his death 
Mr. Gould had been for many years president of this corporation, 
which carries on an extensive business. 

Mr. Gould was president also of the C. J. Prince Company, com- 
mission merchants, of 161 Milk Street, Boston, a director of the firm 
of Benjamin Moore & Company, manufacturers of paints and 
varnishes, of New York, an organizer and at one time president of 
the National Paint, Oil and Varnish Association, and one of the last 
of the original members of the Paint and Oil Club of New England, 
established in 1884, of which he was president in 1887 and 1888. 
In 1914 he delivered in Boston, before this last-named organization, 
an address entitled "Historical Sketch of the Paint, Oil, Varnish and 
Allied Trades of Boston since 1800, A.D.," which, embellished with 
many portraits of the leaders in this branch of business in Boston, 
was published, with additions and corrections, by vote of the Club, 
in a volume of about 150 pages. 

Mr. Gould resided in Chelsea until 1877, when he removed to 
Maiden, where he lived for many years. He took an active part in 
the social and civic life of that community, served as a member of 
the committee appointed by the town of Maiden to draft a city 
charter, and was later a member of the water commission and of the 
sinking-fund commission of the new city. He was one of the founders 
of the Maiden Cooperative Bank, of which he became a director, 
vice president, and president. He was also at one time a director of 
the Associated Charities in Maiden, and at the time of his death was 
a director and vice president of the Maiden Historical Society and a 
member of the Kernwood Club. For many years he had been a lead- 
ing member of the First Church (Congregational) in Maiden. 

In the later years of his life he was a legal resident of Topsfield, 
a town to which he was strongly attached as the birthplace of his 
father and the home of his ancestors for many generations. On the 
family estate once owned by Zaccheus Gould he built in 1895 a 
beautiful summer residence which he called "Pinelands, " but he 
continued to spend part of the winter season in his Maiden home. 
He served on the committee to make arrangements for the celebra- 
tion of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the incorporation 
of the town of Topsfield (1900), was a member of the Topsfield 
Historical Society, and took an active interest in everything per- 
taining to the welfare of the town. 

For many years Mr. Gould had been greatly interested in genealogi- 
cal and historical subjects. On 1 January 1S96 he was elected a 
resident member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
became a life member in the following year, and joined the new class 
of Pilgrim Tercentenary members in 1920. On 2 May 1917 he was 
appointed by the CouncU of the Society a member of the Committee 
on Finance, to fill the vacancy in that committee caused by the death 
of Vice President Charles Sidney Ensign, and at the annual meeting 
of the Society on 6 February 1918 he was elected Treasurer, thereby 



4 George Lambert Gould [Jan. 

incorporated as Gould & Cutler, Corporation, the first incorporation 
among Boston paint firms. In December 1902 the corporation moved 
into a building on North Street, and in June 1911 took possession 
of its present quarters on Sudbury Street. At the tiine of his death 
Mr. Gould had been for many years president of this corporation, 
which carries on an extensive business. 

Mr. Gould was president also of the C. J. Prince Company, com- 
mission merchants, of 161 Milk Street, Boston, a director of the firm 
of Benjamin Moore & Company, manufacturers of paints and 
varnishes, of New York, an organizer and at one time president of 
the National Paint, Oil and Varnish Association, and one of the last 
of the original members of the Paint and Oil Club of New England, 
established in 1884, of which he was president in 1887 and 1888. 
In 1914 he delivered in Boston, before this last-named organization, 
an address entitled "Historical Sketch of the Paint, Oil, Varnish and 
Allied Trades of Boston since 1800, A.D.," which, embellished with 
many portraits of the leaders in this branch of business in Boston, 
was published, with additions and corrections, by vote of the Club, 
in a volume of about 150 pages. 

Mr. Gould resided in Chelsea until 1877, when he removed to 
Maiden, where he lived for many years. He took an active part in 
the social and civic life of that community, served as a member of 
the committee appointed by the town of Maiden to draft a city 
charter, and was later a member of the water commission and of the 
sinking-fund commission of the new city. He was one of the founders 
of the Maiden Cooperative Bank, of which he became a director, 
vice president, and president. He was also at one time a director of 
the Associated Charities in Maiden, and at the time of his death was 
a director and vice president of the Maiden Historical Society and a 
member of the Kernwood Club. For many years he had been a lead- 
ing member of the First Church (Congregational) in Maiden. 

In the later years of his life he was a legal resident of Topsfield, 
a town to which he was strongly attached as the birthplace of his 
father and the home of his ancestors for many generations. On the 
family estate once owned by Zaccheus Gould he built in 1895 a 
beautiful summer residence which he called "Pinelands, " but he 
continued to spend part of the winter season in his Maiden home. 
He served on the committee to make arrangements for the celebra- 
tion of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the incorporation 
of the town of Topsfield (1900), was a member of the Topsfield 
Historical Society, and took an active interest in everything per- 
taining to the welfare of the town. 

For many years Mr. Gould had been greatly interested in genealogi- 
cal and historical subjects. On 1 January 1896 he was elected a 
resident member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
became a life member in the following year, and joined the new class 
of Pilgrim Tercentenary members in 1920. On 2 May 1917 he was 
appointed by the Council of the Society a member of the Committee 
on Finance, to fill the vacancy in that committee caused by the death 
of Vice President Charles Sidney Ensign, and at the annual meeting 
of the Society on 6 February 1918 he was elected Treasurer, thereby 



1922] George Lambert Gould 5 

becoming ex officio a member of the Council as well as of the Committee 
on Finance. The office of Treasurer he held, by virtue of successive 
reelections, from that time until his death, discharging, as his asso- 
ciates in the Council have testified, "the onerous duties of this 
responsible and important position with strict fidelity and unswerving 
devotion to what he believed to be the highest interests of the Soci- 
ety. " In the winter of 1918-19 he was appointed by the Council a 
member of a special committee, to which was entrusted the task of 
increasing the endowment of the Society and adding to its member- 
ship; and he not only devoted much time and thought to the work 
of this committee, but also made a liberal contribution to the endow- 
ment fund which the committee was engaged in securing. He also, 
in common with many other Pilgrim Tercentenary members of the 
Society, accepted an invitation to place on the walls of the stair hall 
of the Society's building a tablet in memory of some of his early 
New England ancestors, those whom he selected for commemoration 
being Zaccheus Gould, Gov. Thomas Dudley, Gov. Simon Brad- 
street and Anne Dudley, his wife, and the school-teacher, Ezekiel 
Cheever. This tablet was placed in position on the street floor of the 
Society's building on the day after Mr. Gould's death. A further 
proof of his S3'mpathy with the aims of the Society and of his appre- 
ciation of the lectures provided by the Committee on Papers and 
Essays for the stated meetings is found in the provision of his will 
by which he bequeathed to the Society five shares of the stock of the 
American Telephone & Telegraph Company as a special fund, the 
income of which is to be used by the Committee on Papers and 
Essays in connection with the meetings of the Society. 

Mr. Gould was a life member of the Bostonian Society and a 
member of the Society of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 
the Boston City Club, and several other organizations. He gave 
much attention to gardening, and had travelled extensively. He was 
a Republican in politics, but in 1884 supported Cleveland for the 
Presidency in preference to Blaine. By nature kindly and sympa- 
thetic, he always found in the course of his busy life time to do 
something to help others, and in his will he made many pubUc 
bequests, chiefly for the benefit of churches and other organizations 
in Topsfield and Maiden. 

Mr. Gould married at Chelsea, 23 June 1875, Lizzie Lawrence 
Cooke, who died 18 November 1916, daughter of Dr. MacLaurin 
Furber and Mary Elizabeth (Moore) Cooke of Chelsea. Two children 
died young, and four survive their parents, namely, Warren Furber 
Gould of Boston, Bertram Cheever Gould and Miriam Gould of 
Topsfield, and Mrs. Wallace J. Childs (Rosamond Gould) of Utica, 
N. Y. Bertram Cheever Gould succeeds to his father's Pilgrim 
Tercentenary membership in the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society. 

Funeral services for Mr. Gould were held at his Maiden home, 24 
Alpine Street, at 1 P.M. on Wednesday, 2 November, and the inter- 
ment took place at the Pine Grove Cemetery, in Topsfield, on the 
same day. 



Descendants of Henry Withington [Jan. 



HENRY WITHINGTON OF DORCHESTER, MASS., 
. AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 
By Frederic Scherer Withington of Dcs Moines, Iowa 
[Concluded from page 273] 

136. JosiAH^ Withington {Samuel,'' Samuel,^ ■William,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), of Harvard, was born in 1819. 
He married at Lancaster, 18 Mar. 1843, Isabella B. Smith, 
born at Harvard in 1819, and called "of Bo.xborough" in 
the marriage record. 

Children, born at Harvard: 
i. Laura Belinda,' b. 7 Julv 1S45. 
ii. Sarah Jane, b. 23 Apr. 1S47; d. 5 Feb. 1849. 
iii. Ann Eliza, b. 18 Jan. 1849. 

137. Edwin' Withington {Edward,'' Benjamin,'^ William,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), of Milford, shoemaker, was born 
at Phillipston 20 Sept. 1816. He married at Glover, Vt., 
8 May 1842, Abigail Ann Williams, born at Shefiield, Vt., 
daughter of Jesse and Elizabeth (Hutchins). 

Children, born at -Milford: 
i. George Blake," b. 3 Apr. 1843; d. 18 Feb. 1848. 
ii. George Roseo, b. 30 Apr. 1849; m. 14 Oct. 1871 Mart Ann 

Bates, dau. of Julius and Sarah (Holbrook). 
iii. Alton Edwin, of Danielsville, Conn., b. 6 Sept. 1853. 
iv. John Fremont, b. 5 Aug. 1856; d. 25 Oct. 1856. 
V. Harvey Aldis, b. 8 Oct. 1859. 

138. James Davis' Withington {Edward,'' Benjamin,^ William,^ 

John,* Philip,^ Richard,'^ Henry^) was born at Chesterfield, 
N. H., 5 Oct. 1820. He married first, at Milford, 3 Sept. 

1849, SixviA Cerosia Williams, born in 1830, died 12 Sept. 
1864, daughter of Stephen and Sylvia (Green) of Sheffield, 
Vt.; and secondly, 31 Oct. 1866, Millie W. (Smith) Fisher, 
daughter of Pelatiah and Joanna (Thayer) Smith and widow 
of Ebenezer H. Fisher of West Medway. 

Children by first wife : 
i. Herbert Charles,' b. 15 Nov. 1850; d. unm. 14 Dec. 1874. 
ii. Irving Stephen, b. 11 Nov. 1852. 
iii. Frederic Henrt, b. 24 Apr. 1856; d. 13 May 1857. 

139. Albert Carruth' Withington {Edward,'' Benjamin,^ 'Wil- 

liam,^ John,* Philip,'^ Richard,'^ Henry^) was born at Chester- 
field, N. H., 2 Nov. 1825. He married at Milford, 7 Nov. 

1850, Maria Antoinette Chapin, born at Milford 8 Mar. 
1830, daughter of George and Mary Ann (Howard). 

Children : 
i. Charles Albert,' b. 21 Nov. 1851; d. 14 Aug. 1852. 
ii. Charles Melvin, b. 9 Apr. 1853; d. 17 July 1853. 
iii. Ella Adelia, b. 21 Sept. 1860. 
iv. Frank Edward, b. 16 Apr. 1865. 



1922] Descendants of Henry Withington 7 

140. Amos* Withington (Benjamin Locke,'' Benjamin,^' William,^ 

John* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Templeton 20 
Aug. 1832, died at Winchendon. He married first, at Marl- 
borough, N. H., 19 Aug. 1854, Eliza Hastings, who died 

at Winchendon 10 June 1870, daughter of Calvin and 

(Stone) ; and secondly, 7 Feb. 1871, Harriet E. (Kemp) Hap- 
good, widow, born at Sullivan, N. H., 1 Jan. 1841. 

Children by first wife: 
i. Effie Anna Eliza,' b. 15 Feb. 1856; d. 20 Dec. 1874. 
ii. Elfie Leila, b. 13 June 1858. 
iii. George Elmer, b. G June 1865; d. 18 Sept. 1865. 
iv. George Elmer, b. 10 Aug. 1867; d. 27 Aug. 1S67. 

141. Noah' Withington (Noah,'' Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), of Roxbury, Boston, and Dor- 
chester, born at Dorchester 3 Apr. 1813, died there 30 Apr. 
1854. He married in Boston, 1 July 1840, Maetha New- 
maech, born 15 Sept. 1815, died 8 July 1893. 

Children: 
i. Charlotte A.,' b. at Roxbury 20 July 1845. 
ii. Walter, b. at Roxbury 18 Jan. 1847. 
188. iii. Alonzo Thayer, b. in Boston 11 Dec. 1849. 

iv. Mary Elizabeth, b. 5 Jan. 1853; d. 7 Oct. 1853. 

142. John Bent' Withington (Noah,'' Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ 

John,* Philip,' Richard,^ Henry^) was born at Dorchester 
16 Apr. 1816. He married at Dorchester, 4 Apr. 1852, 
Frances L. Rowe, born at Roxbury in 1830, died at Dor- 
chester 25 Aug. 1862, daughter of Walter and Susan (Taylor). 

Children, born at Dorchester: 
i. John Tho.mas," b. 10 Aug. 1855; d. 1 July 1862. 
ii. George E., b. 24 Aug. 1858; d. 30 July 1862. 
iii. Alice Maria, b. 19 Dec. 1860. 
iv. Joseph R., b. 24 June 1862; d. 5 Sept. 1862. 

143. Henry Bailey' Withington (Elijah,'' Henry Bailey,^ Edward,'' 

John,* Philip,' Richard,'^ Henry^), born at Dorchester 12 
Mar. 1810, died in Boston 9 Apr. 1846. He married in 
Boston, 10 July 1836, Mary Colburn, born at Maiden 
5 Oct. 1813, died in Boston 1 Dec. 1856, daughter of Cephas 
and Jerusha (Howard). 

Children, born in Boston: 

i. Mary Jane,' b. 13 May 1837; m. at Dorchester, 13 May 1861, 

James Henry Clark, b. at Dorchester in 1827, s. of Henry and 

Mary. Children: 1. James Henry, b. 15 Feb. 1862; m. Alice 

Bragg. 2. Mary Hall, b. 28 Apr. 1866; d. 7 Feb. 1877. 

ii. Charles Howard, b. 29 June 1840; living unm. at Dorchester in 

1918. 
iii. Abigail Ann, b. 21 June 1843; m. at Dorchester, 23 Feb. 1865, 
Sargent Frdean, b. in 1842, s. of Edmund C. and Hannah M. 
Children: 1. Carrie Sargent, b. 24 May 1867; m. 8 June 1891 
Eugene Nichols Tower; one child. 2. Mary Abbie, b. 11 Dec. 
1875. 

144. Perez' Withington (Henry,'' Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* 

Philip,' Richard,^ Henry^), born at Canton 6 June 1804, died 



8 Descendants of Henry Withington [Jan. 

at Charleston, S. C, 13 May 1857. He married, 7 Apr. 
1831, Martha Ditmore of Cheraw, S. C. 

Children: 
i. Henry,' b. 3 Mar. 1832; d. unm. 19 Aug. 1871. 
189. ii. William Alexander, b. at Charleston, S. C, 25 Jan. 1837. 

145. James Snell^ Withington {Henry,'' Henry Bailey,^ Edward,'' 

John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), iron and steel worker, 
born at Canton 26 May 1815, was living at Raynham 
Centre in 1876. He married at Kingston, 17 Apr. 1842, 

Mercy Bonney, daughter of • — and Sarah (Faunce) 

of Duxbury. 
Children: 
i. Horace,' b. at Duxbury 6 Aug. 1843; d. at Plymouth 19 Oct. 

1843. 
ii. James Otis, b. at Pembroke 11 Jan. 1845; d. unm. at Raynham 

in 1920. 
iii. Henry Gushing, b. at Wareham 27 Mar. 1848; d. at Raynham 

in 1906; m. . Child: 1. Edna C.'° 

iv. Sarah Jane, b. at Plympton 5 July 1849; living at Raynham in 

1920; m. Gould. 

146. George' Withington {Henry,'' Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at Canton 24 June 1829. 
He married at South Bridgewater, 8 June 1853, Lucy P. 
Richmond, born at South Bridgewater 10 Apr. 1839, daugh- 
ter of Enoch and Susannah (Ames). They were living at 
West Bridgewater in 1876. 

Child: 
i. Georoe,' b. in July 1855; d. in June 1856. 

147. Henry' Withington {Henry,'' Henry Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was bom at Canton 10 May 1831. 
He married at West Bridgewater, about 1851, Hannah 
RuDD, born in Canada, daughter of James. 

Children : 
i. Lucy,' b. 28 July 1853. 
ii. Eliza, b. after 1853; d. young. 

148. William Thomas' Withington {Henry,'' Henry Bailey,^ 

Edward,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Canton 
26 Oct. 1833, died at Brockton 3 Apr. 1875. He married, 
4 Feb. 1854, Charity A. Benson of Brockton. 

They lived in South Middleborough and also in Brockton. 
He was a soldier in the Civil War. 

Children, born at South Middleborough: 
i. Lucy Benson,' b. 11 Nov. 1854. 
ii. Sarah E., b. 4 Feb. 1858; m. at Brockton, 26 Nov. 1875, Harrison 

Walker. 
iii. Andrew, b. 23 Apr. 1860. 
iv. Ida M., b. 19 Sept. 1866. 
V. Olivia G., b. 8 Feb. 1873. 

149. Enos Bailey' Withington {Samuel,'' Henry Bailey,^ Edward,'' 

John,* Philip.^ Richard,^ Henry'^), born at Roxbury 23 Aug. 



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1805, died at Canton 17 Jan. 1875. He married at Canton, 
20 Feb. 1824, Lucinda Louise Colbuhn, born at North 
Easton 8 Mar. 1807, died at Canton 23 Apr. 1857, daughter 
of Charles and Elizabeth (Drake). 

Children, born at Canton: 
i. Sahah Elizabeth,' b. 14 July 1825; d. 29 Dec. 1853; m. 25 Oct. 

1845 Samuel Whitehouse of Bath, Me., who m. (2) her sister, 

Margaret Colburn WithinKton. Several children. 
190. ii. Samuel Bailey, b. 9 Jan. 1828. 

iii. Ann Jane, b. 15 Mar. 1830; d. 9 Apr. 18S8; m. Nathan Chandler 

of Worcester. 
iv. Margaret Colburn, b. 15 Jan. 1833; d. 11 May 1878; m., as his 

second wife, Sa.vuel Whitehouse of Bath, Me., whose first 

wife had been her sister, Sarah Elizabeth Withington. Several 

children. 
V. ■ Ellen Maria, b. 9 Jan. 1835; living in 1919; m. Elijah Dumpht 

of Canton. 
vi. Harriet N., b. 7 Nov. 1838; d. 7 July 1870; m. Edward Howard 

of Canton, 
vii. Charles Henry, b. 15 Dec. 1843; d. unm. 12 Dec. 1877. 

150. Nathan' Withington {Nathan,'' Mather,^ Edward,^ John,* 

Philip,^ Richard,^ Henri/), born at Canton 16 Oct. 1815, 
died at North Stoughton 2 Feb. 1878. He married at 
Canton, 21 Apr. 1838, Elmyra Elizabeth George, born 
at Canton 12 Sept. 1811, died at North Stoughton 3 Dec. 
1896, daughter of William and Lydia (Tower). 

Children, born at North Stoughton: 
i. Elizabeth Adelia,' b. 10 Aug. 1839; living at Randolph in 1918; 
m. at Randolph, 2 May 1861, Lucius Mann, b. at Randolph 
28 Feb. 1838, died there 14 Feb. 1915, s. of Joseph and Abigail 
E. (Niles). Children: 1. Lester W., b. 8 Apr. 18G2. 2. Ernest 
Withington, h. 10 Aug. 1865. 
ii. Sarah Lydia, b. 21 Aug. 1841; hving at Randolph in 1918; m. at 
Randolph, 4 Jan. 1863, Walter A. Mann, b. at Randolph 4 
Feb. 1840, d. there 9 Dec. 1911, brother of Lucius Mann, who 
m. her sister, Ehzabeth Adeha Withington. Child: 1. Edith 
Luella, b. 16 Dec. 1866; m. 15 June 1904 John Movie. 
iii. George Elnathan, b. 1 Oct. 1843; d. at Stoughton 10 Mar. 1918; 
m. at Stoughton, 7 Jan. 1866, Clara Annis Wentworth, b. 
20 Oct. 1844, dau. of Ellis and Mary Ann (Wild). Children: 
1. Abby Adelia,'" b. 19 June 1866; d. 13 Feb. 1914. 2. Mary 
Elizabeth, h. 7 Apr. 1869; ra. 19 Oct. 1896 F. B. Mayo. 3. 
Georgia Inez, b. 22 July 1878; unm. 

151. Warren' Withington (Otis,'' John,^ Edward,^ John,* Philip,^ 

Richard,^ Henry') died at Dedham 27 Oct. 1896. He mar- 
ried at Dedham, 7 Aug. 1842, Waitstill Harding Young 
of Dedham, who died there 9 Feb. 1899. 

Children, the first one born at Roxbury, the others at 
Dedham: 

i. Mary A.,' b. 13 Oct. 1843; d. at Dedham 23 June 1870; m. at 
Dedham, 23 Nov. 1864, Robert S. Clisby, b. at Boothbay, 
Me., in 1841, s. of Elx;n C. and Charlotte, who m. (2) her sister, 
Medora I. Withington. 
ii. Otis Warren, b. 17 Dec. 1848; d. at Dedham 6 Feb. 1917; m. at 
Dedham, 11 Mav 1870, Annie Isabella White, b. at Argyle, 
N. Y., 24 Sept. 1848, d. at Dedham 12 Nov. 1887. Children: 
1. Gertrude Isabella,'" b. 25 Mar. 1871; d. unm. 18 Oct. 1891. 



10 Descendants of Henry Withiiigton [Jan. 

2. George Warren, h. 22 June 1872; m. at Hyde Park, 10 June 
1903, May Ward, 3. Alonzo Oils, b. 23 Apr. 1878; m. at West- 
wood, 5 June 1901, Annie Louise Eaton. 4. John Walter, h 
23 Sept. 1879; unm. 5. Charles Albert, b. 23 Apr. ISSl; d. 
unm. 18 Mar. 1917. 
iii. Medoua I., b. 20 Nov. 1853; d. at Dedham 12 Nov. 1883; m. at 
Dedham, 9 Feb. 1873, as his second wife, Robert S. Clisbt, 
whose first wife had been her sister, Mary A. Withington, q. v. 

191. iv. Albert Merrill, b. 29 Dec. 1857. 

V. Waldo P., b. 10 Feb. 1861; d. in 1915; m. 30 Apr. 1881 Ada E. 
Sullivan, b. at Richmond, Vt., dau. of Daniel F. and Helen S. 
Children: 1. Roy C.,'" b. 7 Apr. 1886; d. 30 July 1887. 2. 
Harold E., b. 1 Oct. 1888. 

152. Leonaed' WiTfflNGTON {Leonard,'' Joseph Weeks,^ Philip,^ 

Ebenezer,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at Newbury 
7 Sept. 1823. He married Sophia Baldwin, bom 5 June 

1823, daughter of and Clarissa of West Fairlee, Vt. 

Children, bom at West Fairlee, Vt. : 
i. Catherine SHERBtrRNE,' b. 29 Apr. 1847; d. unm. at Newbury- 

port 1 Feb. 1868. 
ii. Harriet Sophia, b 17 Aug. 1848; m. at Newburyport, 30 Dec. 

1874, Henry Lyman Cornell, b. in 1852. Children: 

1. Worthingion. 2. Josephine. 3. France. 4. Shirley. 5. 

Margaret Aspinwall. 

153. Nathan Noyes^ Withington {Leonard,'' Joseph Weeks,^ 

Philip,^ Ebenezer,* Philip,^ Richard,"^ Henry^), born at New- 
bury 9 Mar. 1828, died at Newburyport 8 Mar. 1914. He 
married at Newburyport, 12 Sept. 1850, Elizabeth Little, 
born at Newbury 7 Feb. 1828, died 2 Dec. 1912, daughter of 
Tristram and Sarah (Little). 

He was in the Class of 1851 at Amherst College and at 
Yale, but took no degree, because his father objected to his 
graduating except at the head of his class. He was a journal- 
ist and teacher, served in the Civil War in the Eleventh 
Massachusetts Volunteers, and was present at the Siege of 
Yorktown and the Battle of Wilhamsburg in 1862. He 
remained in the service until Dec. 1865. In 1891 and 1892 
he was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representa- 
tives. 

Children, the third one born at Lynn, the others at 
Newbury: 

192. i. David Little,' b. 2 Feb. 1854. 

ii. Lothrop, of London, England, b. 31 Jan. 1856; perished off the 
coast of Ireland 7 May 1915, when the Lusitania, on which he 
was a passenger, was sunk by a German submarine; m. in 
London, 14 Oct. 1892, Caroline Augusta Lloyd, dau. of 
Rev. Aaron and Maria Christie (Demarest) of Belleville, N. J. 
He was well known as a genealogist, and was a resident member 
of the New England Historic Genealogical Society from 1897 
until his death. He was also a journalist and a writer of political 
essays. No children.* 

iii. Mary Noyes, b. 20 Feb. 1859; d. unm. at Evanston, 111., 17 Mar. 
1891. She was principal of the Withington School at Evanston. 

iv. Annie Toppan, b. 17 Jan. 1867; unm. 

V. Arthur Amos, of Honolulu, Hawaii, LL.B. (Boston University, 
•Cf. Register, vol. 70, p. iliii. 



1922] Descendants of Henry Withington 11 

1904), b. 9 Feb. 1869; m. in Boston, 25 Sept. 1915, Lena An- 
toinette Blinn, b. at Tecumseh, Mich., 25 Apr. 1871, dau. of 
Samuel Curtis and Frances Adelaide (Brissac). He was a stu- 
dent at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1888-89, 
became a lawyer and editor, and was at one time city sohcitor 
of Newburyport. No children. 

154. Joseph* Withington (William,'' Joseph Weeks,^ Philip,^ 

Ebenezer,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry'), born at Dorchester 
21 Feb. 1833, died at Big Oak Flat, Tuolumne Co., Cal., 
4 July 1859. He married Caroline Cotton. 

He was a journalist, and for a brief time an actor in the 
Boston Theatre. 

Child: 
i. Joseph Cotton,' b. in Tuolumne Co., Cal., in May 1858. 

155. Brig. Gen. William Herbert' Withington (William,'' 

Joseph Weeks,^ Philip,^ Ehenezer,^ Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), 
born at Dorchester 1 Feb. 1835, died at Jackson, Mich., 
27 June 1903. He married at Jaclvson, 6 June 1859, Julia 
Chittenden Beebe, born at Whitesboro, N. Y., 8 May 
1840, daughter of Joseph E. and Hetta (Camp). 

In the Civil War he was colonel of the Seventeenth Regi- 
ment, Michigan Volunteers, and brevet brigadier general. 
He was reported killed at the First Battle of Bull Run, but 
was found a prisoner in the Libby Prison and was exchanged 
and sent to his regiment at Antietam. He founded the 
Withington & Cooley Manufacturing Company, makers of 
agricultural implements, in Jackson, Mich. He was com- 
missioner of the Michigan State Militia, and was urged at 
various times to become a candidate for all leading civil 
offices in Michigan, including those of governor, U. S. 
senator, and congressman, but declined these honors. A 
monument erected to his memory in Jackson attests the high 
regard and affection felt for him by the citizens of Michigan. 

Children, born at Jackson, Mich. : 
i. Grace,' b. 6 Mar. 1862; d. 16 Mar. 1863. 
ii. Mart Bertha, b. 6 Aug. 1864; d. 23 Jan. 1866. 
iii. Katherine Winifred, b. 12 Sept. 1868; m. at Jackson, 31 July 

1912, Fleming Carrow, M.D. 
iv. Philip Herbert, b. 1 Oct. 1871; m. at Jackson, 14 Oct. 1896, 
Harriette Bennett, b. at Jackson 30 May 1877, dau. of Charles 
Eugene and Edith Deha (Chapin) . In the World War he was com- 
missioned captain. Air Service, U.S.A., in Oct. 1917, sailed for 
France 29 Oct. 1917, was assigned to the Production Division and 
detailed with the Royal (British) Air Force for the purpose of 
investigating the methods employed by the British in the repair, 
maintenance, and recovery of crashed airplanes in their advanced 
depots serving active squadrons, his report of this investigation 
being used by the U.S. Air Service in planning the equipment and 
personnel for its own depots, was assigned to the Night Bom- 
bardment Section in May 1918 and was placed in charge of the 
development of that section in France, was promoted to be major 
in Aug. 1918, returned to the United States in Dec. 1918, and was 
honorably discharged 10 Jan. 1919. Children: 1. Phyllis,"' b. 
20 Dec. 1897; m. in Cleveland, Ohio, 5 Jan. 1918, Hiland 
Kennedy Hall, b. at Jackson 14 Nov. 1889, s. of Harry Rowne 



12 Descendants of Henry Withington [Jan. 

and Anne Martha (Brown). 2. Janet, b. 5 Oct. 1899; m. in Cleve- 
land, Ohio, 29 Oct. 1921, William Grassetti Cashman. 3. Rosa- 
mond, b. 3 Oct. 1902. 4. Marguerite, b. 14 Feb. 1910. 5. Harrielle 
Elizabeth, b. 10 July 1913. 

V. WiNTHROP (twin), b. "30 Nov. 187S; m. at Jackson, 14 Jan. 1904, 
Mauia Bennett. In the World War he was commissioned cap- 
tain, U. S. Ordnance Reserve Corps, 27 Aug. 1917, and assigned to 
active duty at Camp Meade, Md., wjis promoted to be major 
5 Jan. 1918, was detailed for a trip of inspection of ordnance 
depots at various camps in the United States, was assigned to 
duty as division ordnance officer, Fifteenth Division, Cavalry, at 
El Paso, Tex., 3 Feb. 1918, was a.ssigned to duty as division ord- 
nance officer, Seventh Division, U.S.A., at Camp MacArthur, 
Tex., 11 June 1918, sailed for France, with headquarters. Seventh 
Division, 3 Aug. 1918, served with the Seventh Division as divi- 
sion ordnance officer on the front line in France, was slightly 
gassed 18 Oct. 1918, was detailed as assistant chief of staff, Seventh 
Division, 13 Nov. 1918, was commissioned lieutenant colonel. 
Ordnance Section, U.S.A., 5 Mar. 1919, remaining with the 
Seventh Division, was transferred to the Eighty-ninth Division, 
with the Army of Occupation, as assistant chief of staff, 5 May 
1919, arrived in the United States, with headquarters, Eighty- 
ninth Division, 1 June 1919, and proceeded to Camp Funston, 
Kans., and was honorably discharged 27 June 1919. On 6 Aug. 
1919 he was commissioned lieutenant colonel. Ordnance Section, 
Officers' Reserve Corps. 

vi. Alice Hope (twin), b. 30 Nov. 1878; d. 31 July 1880. 

156. Rev. George Gardner' Withington {George Richards Minot,'' 

Ebenezer,^ Philip,^ William,^ Philip,' Richard,^ Henry^), 
of North Easton, was born at Bolton 26 July 1831. He mar- 
ried, 22 Jan. 1860, Ellen Jeannette Howard, born at Easton 
13 May 1833, daughter of Hon. Elijah and Fideha (Wilhams). 

Child: 
i. Jeannette Louise,* b. 25 Nov. 1860; unm. 

157. Henry* Withington (Henry,'' Newell,^ Philip,^ William,* 

Philip,' Richard,^ Henry^), of East Orange, N. J., was born 
in Baltimore, Md., 4 Mar. 1849. He married in New York 
City, 3 Apr. 1877, Eliza Livingston, born at Charleston, 
S. C, 13 Jan. 1854, daughter of John Ashe and Anne 
(Rutledge). 
Children: 
i. Elise Livingston,' b. in New York City 28 Mar. 1880; m. at 
East Orange, N. J., 6 Sept. 1898, Eugene Carichoff. Resi- 
dence, Schenectady, N. Y. 
ii. Henry, b. in New York City 3 July 1882; m. at East Orange, 

N. J., 11 May 1911, Grace Jackson. 
iii. Richard Waters, b. at East Orange, N. J., 14 May 1885; unm. 
iv. Caroline Virgi.nia, b. at East Orange, N. J., 21 Apr. 1891; d. 
5 Aug. 1900. 

158. JosiAH* Withington (John,'' Abicl,^ Abiel,^ Abiel,* "? Joseph,' 

Richard,^ Henrx/), born at Dorchester 8 Mar. 1800, died in 
Boston 10 Apr. 1862. He married in Boston, 7 Mar. 1824, 
Harriot' Porter, born at Weymouth 23 June 1801, died 
at West Newton, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. 
Felton, 28 Feb. 1889, daughter of Noah« (Micah> Richard,^ 
John,' John,^ Richard') and Mary (Miller). 



1922] Descendants of Henry Withington 13 

Children, born in Boston: 
i. Sarah Porter,' b. 10 Dec. 1824; d. at Bolton 23 Dec. 1914; m. 
in Boston, 13 Oct. 1S45, Luther Harvey Felton, b. in Boston 
7 Feb. 1821, d. at West Newton 17 Feb. 1895, s. of Lutlier and 
Lydia (Russell). Children: 1. Frederic Luther, b. 9 Sept. 1848; 
d. at West Newton 25 Apr. 1917; m. at West Newton, about 
1870, Laura B. Woodworth; three children. 2. Arthur Withing- 
ton, b. 25 Aug. 1853; living unm. in 1921. 3. Harriet Gray, b. 
7 Sept. 1855; m. at West Newton, 4 May 187G, Charles W. 
Leatherbee; four children. 

193. ii. Josiah, b. 29 Sept. 1826. 

iii. George Washington, b. 20 Jan. 1829; d. s.p. at Maiden 10 Aug. 
1871; m. Sarah Jane Gay. 

159. John' Withington (John,'' Abiel,^ Abiel,^ Abiel,* ? Joseph,' 

Richard,^ Henry^), born in 1802, died at Brookline 15 Dec. 
1835, aged 33. He married, 1 Nov. 1830, Frances Moseley 
Rupp, born in 1808, died in 1858, daughter of John. She 
married secondly (intention recorded 13 June 1841) George 
Holmes. 

Children, born at Jamaica Plain: 

194. i John Rupp,' b. 12 Jan. 1832. 

ii. Frances Josephine, b. 13 Dec. 1834; m. at Roxbury, 31 Mar. 
1857, Darius Franklin Young, b. at Lowell 8 Feb. 1831, d. 
at Newton Centre 25 Nov. 1900, s. of Darius and Abbie (Sander- 
son). No children. 

iii. Mary Adelaide (posthumous), b. 6 Mar. 1836; d. at Jamaica 
Plain 1 July 1857; m. at Roxbury, 31 Mar. 1857, Edwin Monroe 
FowLE, b. at Jamaica Plain 14 Aug. 1831, s. of John and Pru- 
dence Whitney (Jones). No children. 

160. Henry' Withington {William,^ Robert,'' James,^ Hopestill,^ 

Richard,* John,' Richard,^ Henry'^), born at the fort in Port- 
land Harbor, Me., where his father was commissary, 3 Jan. 
1812, died at Lawrence 28 Dec. 1898. He married first, at 
Portland, Me., in Oct. 1833, Mary Gore; secondly, in 
Boston, 15 May or 6 July 1845, Mary Ann Lane, born at 
Sanbornton, N. H., 22 Aug. 1816, died at Lawrence 22 Apr. 
18S2, daughter of John S. and Abigail (Taylor); and thirdly, 
at Lawrence, 15 Nov. 1882, Cassie (Lowe) Murphy, born 
at St. John, N. B., in 1847, daughter of Benjamin and 

Christina (Webb) Lowe and widow of • Murphy. 

She married thirdly, at Lawrence, 17 Oct. 1901, Nelson V. 
Graham. 

Child by first wife: 
i. Charles Henry,'" b. at Portland, Me., 1 Jan. 1838; d. at Law- 
rence 1 Mar. 1911; m. Annie A. , b. at Hartford, Me. 

Child: 1. Emma May," b. 5 Oct. 1870; d. 25 May 1885. 

161. Charles' Withington {William,^ Robert,'' Jarnes,^ Hopestill,^ 

Richard,* John,' Richard,^ Hcnry^), born at Portland, Me., 
18 Oct. 1815, died at Buckfield, Me., 10 Jan. 1886. He 
married at Buckfield, 4 Nov. 1840, Ursula S. Thomes, who 
died at Buckfield 18 Apr. 1883. 

He was a brush manufacturer, and was well known as a 
temperance advocate. 



14 Descendants of Henry Withington [Jan. 

Children : 
i. Laura Jane,'» b. at Portland, Me., 11 Jan. 1846; d. 12 Sept. 1872; 
Morrill. 



ii. Elizabeth Cole, b. in Boston 16 Nov. 1848; m. at Auburn, Me., 
19 Dec. 1806, Charles Adgdstus Hardy, b. at Raymond, Me., 
13 Feb. 1841, d. at Andover, Mass., 26 Dec. 1913, s. of Samuel 
and Sarah Jane (Rich). Children: 1. May, b. 10 May 1867; m. 
F. Lee lUyworth. 2. Frank H., b. 15 Oct. 1871; m. 30 Sept. 
1896 Edith E. Downing. 3. Charles L., b. 7 May 1883; d. 
30 July 1883. 
195. iii. Frank P., b. at Portland, Me., 21 June 1855. 
iv. Charles C. 

162. James" Withington {William,^ Robert,'' James,'' Hopestill,^ 

Richard,* John,' Richard,^ Henry^), born at Portland, Me., 
31 Jan. 1817, died before 13 July 1874. He mairied at Port- 
land, in 1843, Elizabeth H. Shedd, born at Portland 31 
Aug. 1821, died at Lawrence 13 July 1874, daughter of John 
and Olive. 

Children: 
i. John H.,'° b. at .Portland, Me., in 1844; m. at Lawrence, 31 Dec. 

1868, Elizabeth A. Gage, b. at Lawrence in 1848, dau. of 

Walter. Child: 1. MtWred," b. 12 Jan. 1873. 
ii. Mart E., b. at Buckfield, Me., in 1851; m. at Lawrence, 20 Dec. 

1875, Wtman M. Smith, b. in 1852, s. of Eastman and Jerusha 

of Lawrence. 
iii. Olive S., b. at Portland, Me., 1 Mar. 1853; m. at Ipswich, 19 

Sept. 1877, George F. Spinney, b. at Great Falls, N. H., in 

1852, 8. of Paul and Mary. 

iv. Henrietta C, b. at Lawrence 7 Sept. 1855. 
V. Elizabeth C, b. at Lawrence 17 Oct. 1858; d. young, 
vi. Elizabeth C, b. at Lawrence 16 Nov. 1860; m. at Lawrence, 
15 Aug. 1877, William D. Chase, b. at Buckfield, Me., in 

1853, s. of Thomas and Esther M. 

163. Samuel Jackson' Withington (IJoseph,^ ? James,'' James,' 

Hopeslill,'' Richard,* John,' Richard,^ Henry^), born at Kings- 
ton or West Randolph about 1803, died at Santiago, Chile, 
5 Dec. 1856. He married in Boston, 19 May 1836, Asenath 
(Pollard) Chase, born at Harvard 15 Nov. 1801, died at 
Lunenburg 2 Feb. 1870, widow of Walter Chase of Groton. 

Children, born in Boston: 
i. Alonzo,'" b. 14 Apr. 1837; m. 27 Feb. 1859 Harriet E. Wether- 
bee of Pepperell. Children: 1. Orrin Wetherbee,^^ h. 22 May 
1860; d. in July 1860. 2. Charles Willmm, b. 14 Jan. 1862. 
3. Edward Francis, b. 2 Nov. 1864. 4. Clara Belle, b. 26 Aug. 
1871. 
ii. Georgiana Augusta, b. 27 Feb. 1842; m. at Lunenburg, 4 Apr. 
I860, Waldo Haven, s. of William Ingraham and Harriet 
Amelia. 

164. Henry' Withington (Henry^, Henry,'' James,^ Hopestill,^ 

Richard,* John,' Richard,^ Henry^), born at Medford 30 Aug. 
1832, died there 21 Jan. 1918. He married at West Medford, 
24 Apr. 1860, Mary Elizabeth Lake, born in Boston 24 
Apr. 1833, died at Medford 27 Apr. 1918, daughter of Alvah 
and Elizabeth (Graves). 



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Children : 

i. Helen,'" b. at Cincinnati, Ohio, 3 June 1861; m. at Medford, 
22 Feb. 1882, Samuel Warren Lawrence, s. of Daniel W. and 
Mary (Reiby). No children. 

ii. Mart Elizabeth, b. at Medford 9 Apr. 1863' m. at Medford, 
15 Dec. l886, Charles Monroe Gleason, b. at Medford 22 
Apr. 1861, d. there 22 June 1898, s. of Charles Edwin and 
Carohne French (Monroe). Children: 1. Marie Withington, b. 
5 July 1890. 2. Dorothy Stephens, b. 5 Mar. 1S93. 

iii. Henry, b. 29 Nov. 1864; d. 10 Aug. 1869. 

iv. Florence, b. 30 July 1869; d. 23 Oct. 1869. 

165. George Kidder' Withington (Henry, ^ Henry,'' Jarnes," 

Hopestill,^ Richard,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Med- 
ford 2 Aug. 1837, died in Chicago, 111., 3 May 1909. He 
married at Medford, 16 Apr. 1864, Ellen Lovering of 
Medford, born at Deering, N. H. 

Children, born at Cincinnati, Ohio: 
i. Clara Farwell,"> b. 4 Sept. 1865; d. 3 Aug. 1866. 
ii. George LovERnjc, b. 9 Apr. 1868; d. in Boston 7 Jan. 1885. 

166. Nathan Crane' Withington (Isaac,^ Isaac,'' Thomas,^ Hope- 

still,^ Richard,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), of Davenport, Iowa, 
and Springfield, 111., born at Dorchester 10 Apr. 1833, died 
at Humboldt, Kans., 9 Jan. 1909. He married at Hazel 
Green, Wis., 1 May 1866, Mary L. Culver, born at Stock- 
holm, N. Y., 16 July 1838, daughter of Samuel and Anna 
(Richardson). 

Children : 
i. James Culver,'" of Mercer, Wis., b. at Springfield, 111., 17 Mar. 
1867; m. at Davenport, Iowa, 29 Aug. 1897, Jeannette Hughes, 
b. at St. Paul, Nebr., 17 June 1877, dau. of Austin and Anna 
(Adding). Children: 1. Jeannette Winifred," h. 10 July 1898; 
m. in Mar. 1918 Otto Danz. 2. Eleanor Aura, b. 3 Nov. 1900; 
d. 21 Sept. 1910. 3. Francis Culver, h. 17 Jan. 1912. 4. 
Catherine Virginia, h. 13 Dec. 1913. 
ii. Henrt Jay, b. at Springfield, 111., 21 July 1870; m. at Pleasanton, 
Kans., 15 May 1901, Eleanor Hibbs Blaker, b. at Pleasan- 
ton 8 Sept. 1872, dau. of Alfred and Anna (Hibbs). Children: 
1. Anna Blaker," b. at Western Springs, lU., 29 June 1902; d. 
there 24 Mar. 1903. 2. Alfred Nathan, b. at Seneca, Kans., 21 
Mar. 1905. 3. Lawrence Jay, b. at La Cygne, Kans., 16 Sept. 
1907; d. there 5 July 1908. 
iii. Winifred, b. 10 Aug. 1875; d. 15 Sept. 1876. 
iv. Wilfred, b. at Davenport, Iowa, 3 Oct. 1878; m. Mary Jewett. 
Child: 1. Frederic Jewett," b. 25 May 1918. 

167. James S.° Withington (Isaac,' Isaac,'' Thomas,^ Hopestill,^ 

Richard,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), bom 15 Dec. 1834, died 
8 Jan. 1865. He married, 18 Apr. 1858, Abigail Burnham, 
bom 13 Feb. 1837, daughter of John and Sarah. She married 
secondly, at Brighton, 25 Dec. 1872, as his second wife, 
Freeman Taylor of Barnstable. 

Children : 
i. Abbie Elida,'" of Yarmouth, b. 15 Feb. 1859; unm. 
ii. Clara Jane, b. 25 July 1860; d. 3 June 1862. 

168. William Clapp' Withington (Hiram,' Isaac,'' Thomas,'^ 



16 Descendants of Henry Withington [Jan. 

Hopestill,^ Riehard* John,^ Richard,"^ Henri/), born at Leom- 
inster 24 Nov. 1845, died at Dorchester in 1914. He 
married first (intention recorded in Boston, 13 May 1867) 
Josephine Wesson, born in Boston in 1845, died at Dor- 
chester 27 Feb. 1868, daughter of Charles H. and Sophia; 
and secondly Anna F. Laughton, daughter of Charles H. 
and Permelia of Boston. 

Child by first wife: 
i. William Wesson,'" b. at Dorchester 23 Feb. 1S6S; d. young. 

Child by second wife: 
ii. Maud Laughton, of Auburndale. 

169. Edward Harper' Withington {Nathaniel Tucker,^ Edward,'' 

Edward,^ Samitel,^ Samuel,* John,^ Richard.'^ Henrif), of 
Rochester, N. Y., was born at Springwater, N. Y., 25 Oct. 
1861. He married at Springwater, 15 Sept. 1885, Stella 
Norton, born at North Cohocton, N. Y., 3 May 1862, 
daughter of Daniel and Phebe (Robinson). 

Child: 
i. Paul Norton,"" b. at Rochester, N. Y., 7 May 1890; unm. 

170. George Edward' Withington {Samuel Howe,^ Edward,'' 

Edward,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born 
at Alabama, N. Y., 14 June 1843, died at Springwater, N. Y., 
19 May 1915. He married first, in 1869, Susan Farley, 
born at Springwater in 1849, died there 21 Dec. 1871, 
daughter of Harvey and Hannah (Hcrrick); and secondly, 
at Springwater, 4 Oct. 1873, Lurena Mary Briggs, born 
3 Nov. 1853, daughter of Leonard and Mary (Allen). 

Child by first wife: 
i. Farley Justin,'" b. at Springwater, N. Y., 1 June 1870; m. at 
Worcester, N. Y., 8 Aug. 1894, Alice Cart Burpee, b. at Fly 
Creek, N. Y., 11 Aug. 1871,' dau. of E. Martin and Abigail 
(Bowne). Children, b. at Pittsford, N. Y.: 1. Donald,^'- b. 8 
June 1895; d. at Oneonta, N. Y., 18 Oct. 1902. 2. Rulh, b. 
18 Nov. 1896. 3. Mildred Sumn, b. 18 Feb. 1899. 

Children by second wife: 

ii. Leonard Aubrey, of New York City, b. at Springwater, N. Y., 
16 Mar. 1877; m. at Wayland, N. Y., 10 Jan. 1918, Jeannette 
CoMSTocK Smith, b. at Cazenovia, N. Y., 21 May 1879, dau. 
of Edwin Byron and Marie W. (Higgins). 

iii. Alma Frances, b. 30 May 1883; m. 26 Aug. 1902 Ralph W. 
Capron. 

171. Joseph S.amuel' Withington {James Edward,^ Samuel,'' 

Edward,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at 
Savannah, Ga., 25 Aug. 1850, died there 8 Apr. 1915. He 
married at Hampton, S. C, 12 Jan. 1881, Annie Laurie 
Box, born at Hampton 5 Sept. 1859, daughter of Horace R. 
and Martha A. E. (Theus). 

Children: 
i. Richard Randolph,'" b. at Hampton, S. C, 20 Dec. ISSl; m. 

7 Feb. 1918 Olive Cdmmings. 
ii. Joseph Samuel, b. at Savannah, Ga., 6 Aug. ISSO; unm. 



1922] Descendants of Henry Withington 17 

172. Lemuel' Withington {Nathaniel,^ Lemuel,'' Lemuel,^ Samuel,^ 

Sa^nuel* John,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), of Milton, was born at 

Dorchester 27 Feb. 1852. He married . 

Child: 

i. Homer S.,'" b. at Dorchester 27 Sept. 18S8; m. . Child: 

1. Wendell 5.," b. at Norwood 17 June 1913. 

173. Charles Suainer' Withington (Isaac Chandler,^ Phineas,'' 

Phinehas,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,* John,' Richard,' Henry^), of 
Brooklyn, N. Y., lawyer and genealogist, was born in New 
York City 7 Apr. 1849. He married at Kingston, N. J., 
20 Sept. 1888, Eva Van Duyn, born at Ivingston 28 Nov. 
1864, daughter of Cornelius and Anna Maria (Stout).* 

Child: 
i. RosHORE,'» b. 27 July 1890; d. 5 Feb. 1892. 

174. Chandler' Withington (Isaac Chandler,^ Phineas,'' Phinehas,^ 

Samuel,^ Samuel,* John,'' Richard,'^ Henry^) was born at 
Kingston, N. J., 8 Nov. 1860. He married in New York 
City, 25 Nov. 1903, Violet Long, born in New York City 
26 May 1877, daughter of William H. and Louisa. 

Children: 
i. Chandler,!" b. 4 July 1912. 
ii. Jackson Reynolds, b 27 Mar. 1913. 

175. Charles Warren' Withington (Sumner Andrew,^ Charles,'' 

Phinehas,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,* John,' Richard,"^ Henrif) was 
born at Falmouth 8 Aug. 1862. He married at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., 25 Sept. 1890, Mary Ross, born at San Fran- 
cisco 22 Aug. 1867, daughter of James and Martha (Thorpe). 

Children: 
i. Martha L-s-dia,'" b. 11 June 1893; m. Perry H. Thors. 
ii. Carolyn Chandler, b. 12 June 1895. 

176. John Walthour Remshart' Withington (Edward Otis,^ 

Otis,'' Enos,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,* John,' Richard,''- Henry^), 
born at Columbia, S. C, 30 Dec. 1861, died at Waycross, 
Ga., 1 Jan. 1911. He married, 19 Sept. 1889, Rebecca 
Lovegreen, perhaps daughter of Lawrence. 

Children : 
i. Cornelia,'" b. 29 June 1890. 
ii. Caroline Isabel, b. 12 June 1892. 
iii. John Remshart, b. in Oct. 1894. 
iv. LoDisE Pamelia, b. 25 June 1899. 
V. Lawrence Lovegreen, b. 2 Apr. 1904. 
vi. Edward Otis, b. in Feb. 1908. 

177. Sidney' Withington (Charles Francis,^ Otis,'' Enos,^ Samuel,^ 

Sa7nuel,* John,' Richard,'' He7iry^), of New Haven, Conn., 
A.B. (Harvard, 1906), S.B. (ib., 1907), was born at Roxbury 
7 June 1884. He married at Hartford, Conn., 22 Dec. 1914, 
Dorothea Barrows, born at Rockford, III, 5 Nov. 1891, 
daughter of Rev. Walter Manning and Mary Dewey (Jones). 

*Much of the material forming the nucleus of this genealogy was collected by Charles 
Sumner Withington from 1S75 to 1885 and was presented by him to (he author. 



18 Descendants of Henry Withington [Jan. 

In the World War he was commissioned first lieutenant 
of Engineers, U. S. A., 18 Oct. 1918, was detailed to the 
Engineer Officers' Training School, Camp A. A. Humphreys, 
Va., and was honorably discharged 5 Dec. 1918. He is an 
electrical engineer, in the employ of the New York, New 
Haven, and Hartford Railroad, and is a member of the 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers and of other 
organizations. 

Children, born at New Haven, Conn.: 
i. ViBGiNiA,'" b. 28 Aug. 1917. 
ii. Charles Francis, b. 20 Apr. 1920. 

178. Paul Richmond' Withington (Charles Francis,^ Otis,'' Enos,' 
Samuel,^ Samuel* John,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), of Milton, A.B. 
(Harvard, 1912), M.D. {ih., 1916), was born at Roxbury 
21 June 1890. He married at Colbinstown, co. Kildare, 
Ireland, 23 Dec. 1918, Daphne Constance Evelyn Beck- 
ham, born at Fort Sandeman, British India, 6 Nov. 1898, 
daughter of Col. Thomas Grafton and Constance Emily 
(Pemberton). 

In the World War he was commissioned first lieutenant in 
the Medical Corps, U. S. A., 18 May 1917, sailed for France 
in July 1917, was attached to Field Ambulance No. 48, 
British Expeditionary Forces, was assigned to Base Hospital 
No. 5, American Expeditionary Force, 21 Sept. 1917, was 
promoted to a captaincy 17 Feb. 1919, returned to the 
United States in Apr. 1919, and was honorably discharged 
29 Apr. 1919. He is now practising his profession as a physi- 
cian at Milton. 

Child: 
i. Daphne Bowen,'" b. in Boston 24 Sept. 1920. 

179. Henry Albert' Withington {Henry Herbert,^ Moses,'' Enos,' 

Samuel,^ Samuel,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at 
Jamaica Plain 27 Nov. 1873. He married at New Castle, 
N. H., 17 June 1903, Elizabeth Gertrude Cotton, born at 
Portsmouth, N. H., 15 Sept. 1875, daughter of Wilham 
Wallace and Anna Melissa (Moses). 

Child: 
i. Anna Cotton,'" b. at Somerville 4 May 1913. 

180. Roland Coolidge' Withington (Henry Herbert,^ Moses'', 

Enos,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born 
at Jamaica Plain 26 Dec. 1874. He married at Roxbury, 
18 June 1902, Edith Herman Barry, bom at Roxbury 
24 July 1876, daughter of Charles Thomas and Elizabeth 
(Chandler). 

Child: 
i. Herman Lincoln,'" b. at Jamaica Plain 7 Dec. 1903. 

181. Moses Elias' Withington (Francis,^ Elias,'' Francis,^ Wil- 

liam,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Hanover, 



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N. H., 31 Jan. 1828, died near Hanover after 1897. He 
married at Canaan, N. H., 21 Apr. 1859, Juliana Crane 
DwiNELS, born at Canaan 23 Feb. 1833, daughter of James 
and Louisa (Crane) of Hillsborough, N. H. 

Child: 
i. James Frank," b. at Canaan, N. H., 8 Jan. 1861; m. at Lebanon, 
N. H., 2 Apr. 1885, Annie Edith Tenney, b. 9 Mar. 1865, dau. 
of Philo Durkee and Augusta Tenney (Wright) of Lebanon. 
Children, born at Hanover, N. H.: 1. Juliana j4MffiAs(a," b. 
23 July 1886; m. at Hanover, N. H., 10 Feb. 1906, Roy Millard 
Camp. 2. Slella Tenney, b. 25 July 1887; m. at Hanover, 
N. H., 20 Aug. 1910, John Friend Pressey. 3. John Durkee, b. 
21 Aug. 1892; m. 22 Aug. 1917 Irene E. Baldwin. 4. Robert 
Lyle, h. 30 Dec. 1893. 5. Dean Elmer, h. 29 Nov. 1895; m. 
at Hartland, Vt., 28 June 1917, Ohve Ida Berry. 6. Earl 
Arthur, h. 26 July 1897. 7. Harold, b. 23 July 1898; d. 20 Sept. 
1898. 8. Marion Ada, b. 6 June 1900. 9. EdUh May, b. 
2 July 1901. 10. Philo Tenney, b. 20 Oct. 1903. 

182. Ephhaim Fitts' Withington (Francis,^ Elias,'' Francis,* 

William,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Hanover, 
N. H., 21 Jan. 1830, died at Lyme, N. H., 18 Sept. 1880. 
He married first, at Canaan, N. H., 11 Nov. 1859, Angelina 
L. TowLE, born in 1838, died about 1865, daughter of David 
and Susan M. (Hadley) ; and secondly, 6 Sept. 1866, Belinda 
L. Bartlett, born about 1837, died 22 Feb. 1875, aged 38, 
daughter of Caleb Clark and Sarah (Huse.) 

Children by second ^vife, born at Canaan, N. H. : 
i. Sidney Bartlett,'" b. 23 Oct. 1870; m. (1) at Canaan, N. H., 
14 Nov. 1892, Mary A. (Jepson) Story; m. (2) at West 
Lebanon, N. H., 15 Aug. 1911, Minnie E. (Pitkin) Cox, b. 
at Hartford, Vt , about 1865, dau. of WiUiam and Ella (Clement) 
Pitkin, 
ii. Carroll, b. 20 Oct. 1873; m. at West Rumsey, N. H., 28 Apr. 
1903, Nellie B. (Morrill) Hill, b. at Dorchester, N. H., 
18 Nov. 1869, dau. of Henry and Sarah Wortheu (Page) Mor- 
rill. Children, b. at West Rumsey: 1. George Wesley," b. 
23 Feb. 1904. 2. Ralph CarroU, b. 6 Feb. 1909. 

183. Sylvester' Withington {William Mason,^ Elias,'' Francis,* 

William,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,''' Henry^), born at Han- 
over, N. H., 12 Apr. 1825, died at Canaan, N. H., 25 Sept. 
1896. He married at Canaan, 30 Mar. 1856, Roxanna 
Goss, born at Hanover 20 Aug. 1839, died at Lebanon, 
N. H., 26 Nov. 1903, daughter of Orville and Hannah 
(Philbrick). 

Children, the first seven born at Hanover, N. H., the 
other two at Royalton, Vt. : 

i. Norman Sylvester,'" b. 21 Jan. 1857; d. 24 Jan. 1892. 
ii. Otis W., b. 27 Jan. 1859; d. 15 June 1885. 
iii. Sarah A., b. 7 Nov. 1861; d. at Stockbridge, Vt., 3 Mar. 1893 

m. at Barnard, Vt., 1 Apr. 18S3. Willard Caswell. 
iv. Pluma B., b. 3 Nov. 1863; m. in Mar. ISSO Mild Gilson. 
V. Mary L., b. 21 Aug. 1867; d. 30 July 1872. 
vi. Susan E., b. 18 Aug. 1870; d. 25 Jan. 1871. 
vii. Herbert Francis, b. 28 Jan. 1876; m. at Lebanon, N. H., 19 May 

1906, Juliana Caroline Stevens, b. at Canaan, N. H., 4 Sept. 

VOL. LXXVI. 2 



20 Descendants of Henry Withington [Jan. 

1883, dau. of Hiram Herbert and Lucina Oresta (Jones). Chil- 
dren, b. at Lebanon: 1. William Hiram," b. 10 Mar. 1907. 2. 
Langley Iloage, b. 21 July 1910. 

viii. Stella May, b. 11 Dec. 1878; m. at Lebanon, N. H., in Feb. 
1902 Frederick Berry. 

ix. Earl Goss, b. 6 May 1880; living in 1918 at Etna, N. H. 

184. Horace Harrison' Withington (Robert,^ Elias,'' Francis,^ 

William,^ John* Philip,^ Richard,'' Henry^), born at Dor- 
chester, N. H., 21 Jan. 1829, died at Toledo, Iowa, 10 Apr. 
1894. He married at Canaan, N. H., 29 May 1857, Lydia 
Ann Fellows, born at Canaan 23 Sept. 1834, died at 
Toledo 24 May 1888, daughter of Peter and Nancy (Town- 
send). 
Child: 
196. i. Wallace Herbert,'" b. at Hanover, N. H., 20 Aug. 1858. 

185. Nathan Hurlburt' Withington (Robert,^ Elias,'' Francis,^ 

William,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), of Smith Center, 
Kans., was born at Dorchester, N. H., 30 Aug. 1838. He 
married at Toledo, Iowa, 5 Dec. 1865, Mary Ellen Myers, 
born 12 June 1846, died at Gaylord, Kans., 9 Apr. 1907, 
daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Lafler). 

Children, the first two born at Toledo, Iowa, the others 
at Smith Center, Kans. : 
i. Lorenzo Charles,'" of Bogue, Kans., b. 22 Feb. 1867; m. 15 May 

1905 Clara Etta Nicholson. 
ii. Converse Grant, of Clayton, Kans , b. 7 Oct. 1868; m. Cordelia 

Daniel. 
iii. Elmer Nathan, of Smith Center, Kans., b. 8 Dec. 1870; m. in 

Nov. 1897 Susan Archer. 
ir. Walter William, of Densmore, Kans., b. 12 Jan. 1876; m. in 

Dec. 1903 Esther Henry. 
V. Robert William, b. 20 June 1878 [?]. 

186. James Watts' Withington {Solander W.,* Jacob,'' Francis,^ 

William,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Musca- 
tine, Iowa, in 1851, died at Big Rapids, Mich., in Nov. 
1884. He married in St. Louis, Mo., in 1871, I^te Eddy, 
bom in St. Louis in May 1853, daughter of Joseph Addison 
and Jane (Beach). 

Children : 
i. Elizabeth,'" b. in St. Louis, Mo., 26 Jan. 1874; m. in Chicago, 

111., in Mar. 1911, Adolph Praoer. 
ii. Zaideb Eddy, b. 1 July 1876; m. at Milwaukee, Wis., 21 Nov. 

1894, Samuel Owen Buckner, b. at Wellington, Mo., 30 Apr. 

1862, 8. of Walker and Margaret Ann (Tully). Child: 1. 

Margaret Tully, b. 23 Sept. 1895. 

187. Eben F.' Withington (John Albert,^ Eli,'' Samuel,^ William,^ 

John,* Philip,'' Richard,^ Henry^) was born 14 Sept. 1852. 
He married, 6 July 1873, Maria Ellen Tenney, born at 
Stow, 20 Oct. 1853, daughter of Jason B. and Sarah P. 
(Tenney). 

Children : 
i. Emma L.'" b. 12 Apr. 1874. 



1922] Descendants of Henry Withington 21 

ii. Judith A., b. 8 Mar. 1875. 

iii. Sarah Estabrooks, b. 30 Aug. 1876. 

iv. Daniel Estabrooks, b. 10 Feb. 1878. 

V. Eben F., b. 29 Mar. 1880. 

vi. Henry, b. 1 May 1882. 

vii. Phebe B., b. 18 Sept. 1885. 

viii. Susan J., b. 2 Apr. 1888. 

188. Alonzo Thayer' Withington (Noah,^ Noah,'' Henry Bailey,' 

Edward,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), born in Boston 
11 Dec. 1849, died there 2 Oct. 1892. He married in Boston, 
28 Nov. 1870, Frances A. Pike, born at St. John's, New- 
foundland, 22 May 1848, daughter of Edward and Mary A. 
(Geary). 

Children: 
i. Caroline,"' b. 23 Jan. 1871; m. at Cambridge, 5 Dec. 1900, 

Lear B. Warner. 
ii. Walter Thayer, b. 1 Nov. 1872; m. at Fitchburg, in 1902, Cora 

May Warner, b. at Lawrence 13 June 1879, dau. of Charles E. 

and Annie L. (Doe). Children, b. at Somerville: 1. Mat/," b. 

4 May 1903. 2. Walter Thayer, b. 5 Mar. 1905. 
iii. Alonzo (twin), b. 5 Oct. 1875; d. 5 Jan. 1876. 
iv. Martha (twin), b. 5 Oct. 1875; d, 12 Jan. 1876. 
V. Charles, b. 3 Nov. 1876. 

189. William Alexander' Withington (Perez,^ Henry,'' Henry 

Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at 
Charleston, S. C, 25 Jan. 1837, died there 24 Apr. 1907. 
He married at Charleston, 3 Apr. 1856, Julia Matilda 
Thrower, born at Charleston 27 May 1839, died there 

7 Mar. 1892, daughter of and Catherine (Lloyd). 

Children, born at Charleston, S. C. : 
i. Martha Cecilia,'» b. 21 Sept. 1856; d. 4 Nov. 1885; m. 24 Oct. 

1882 Benjamin F. Jacobson. 
ii. Marion Edward, b. 26 Sept. 1860; d. 17 Oct. 1915; m. Annie 

Polk McNeil of La Grange, Tenn. 
iii. Edwin Theodore, b. 12 Aug. 1862; d. 3 Mar. 1906; m. Emily 

Elizabeth Mohan of New Orleans, La. 
iv. Julia Elizabeth, b. 12 May 1867; unm. 
V. Henry, b. in 1868; d. young, 
vi. William Alexander, b. 27 Sept. 1869; m. Eudora Howard 

Ferguson. 
vii. Hattie, b. in 1871; d. young, 
viii. Frank, b. in 1873; d. young. 
ix. Florence, b. in 1875; d. young. 
X. Lottie Natalie, b. 24 Dec. 1876; unm. 
xi. Jennie Eloise, b. 1 Aug. 1879; unm. 
xii. Harry Ogier, b. 2 June 1882; m. at Branchville, S. C, 2 Mar. 

1916. Jennie Stokes O'Connor, dau. of David B. and Anna 

(Stokes). Child: 1. Julia Elizabeth,^^ b. 11 Aug. 1918. 

190. Samuel Bailey' Withington (Enos Bailey,^ Samuel,'' Henry 

Bailey,^ Edward,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Hennf), born at 
Canton 9 Jan. 1828, died there 4 Aug. 1888. He married 
first, 14 Sept. 1855, Julia Sullivan, born in Ireland in 
1831, died at Canton 6 Nov. 1865, daughter of Daniel and 
Mary; and secondly, at Canton, 10 Nov. 1867, Julia 



22 Descendants of Henry Withington [Jan. 

Hurley, born in Ireland 25 Mar. 1845, died at Canton 
25 May 1883, daughter of John and Mary (Lucey). 

Children by first wife, born at Canton: 
i. Sarah Elizabeth '" (twin), b. 24 Aug. 1856; d. 2 Mar. 1866. 
ii. LuciNDA CoLBDRN (twin), of Canton, b. 24 Aug. 1856. 

Children by second wife: 
iii. Mary Elizabeth, of New Bedford, b. 23 May 1870. 
iv. John Bailey, of Canton, b. 18 May 1872; unm. 
V. Ends Francis, b. 2 May 1874; m. at South Boston, 20 Jan. 1896, 

Margaret Ann Donelly, b. in Ireland, dau. of Robert and 

Elizabeth. Children: 1. Francis Robert," h. in Boston 14 Mar. 

1897. 2. Arthur CoWum, b. at Cambridge 18 Dec. 1898. 3. 

Marian Olive, b. at Cambridge 9 June 1901. 4. John Samuel, 

b. at Brighton 25 Dec. 1902. 
vi. James William, b. 10 Aug. 1877; m. at Canton, 20 June 1901, 

SosAN Galliqan, b. in Ireland, dau. of Patrick and Mary (Rehill) . 

Child: 1. Joseph Colbum" b. 4 Nov. 1903. 
vii. Joseph Denis Samuel, of Canton, b. 23 Sept. 1879; unm. 
viii. Sarah Esther, of Canton, b. 3 June 1881; umn. 

191. Albert Merrill' Withington {Warren,^ Otis,'' John,^ 

Edward,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at 

Dedham 29 Dec. 1857. He married at Dedham, 16 July 

1880, Alice Josephine Nelson, daughter of Alfred T. and 

Josephine M. of Hyde Park. 
Children : 

i. Chester MBRRnx,'" b. at Hyde Park 16 May 1881; m. in New 
York City, 14 June 1908, Cecilia Frances MacDonald, b. 
in New York City in Nov. 1889, dau. of John and Anna (Hen- 
nessey). Children: 1. Shirley Alice," b. in New York City 
6 Mar. 1911. 2. Phyllis Agnes, b. at Cranford, N. J., 22 Apr. 
1913. 3. CecUia Marie, b. at Bloomfield, N. J., 8 Aug. 1915. 

ii. Warren Nelson. 

iii. Grace Josephine. 

192. David Little' Withington {Nathan Noyes,^ Leonard,'' Joseph 

Weeks,^ Philip,^ Ehenezer,* Philip,^ Richard,'^ Henry^), A.B. 
(Harvard, 1874), LL.B. (Boston University, 1876), born at 
Newbury 2 Feb. 1854, died at Honolulu, Hawaii, 22 July 
1919. He married first, at Newburyport, 6 July 1880, 
Sarah Elvira Curtis, born at Newburyport in Dec. 1856, 
died there 2 July 1884, daughter of Francis; and secondly, 
at San Diego, Cal., 2 Feb. 1887, Marietta Dennett Paul, 
born at York, Me., in 1854, daughter of Burlington and 
Mary (Dennett). 

He practised law in Boston and Newburyport for over 
ten years, was for three years an officer in the Massachu- 
setts Volunteer Militia, and was a member of the Republican 
State Committee of Massachusetts. In Dec. 1886 he removed 
to San Diego and Escondido, Cal., practised law at San 
Diego for sixteen years, and was a member (Republican) 
of the California State Senate, 1895-1899. In 1903 he 
removed to Honolulu, where he was a member of the 
law firm of Castle & Withington and was prominent in 
politics. 



1922] Descendants of Henry Withington 23 

Child by first wife: 
i. Leonard,'" of Wakefield, A.B. (Pomona College, Claremont, Cal., 
1904), b. at Newburyport 10 Mar. 18S4; m. at Medford, 15 Apr. 
1910, Marion A. Jdnkins, who d. in Feb. 1917. lie was a 
student in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of Harvard 
University, 1905-1907, and engaged in the publishing business 
at Newburyport. In the World War he enlisted as a private, 
first class, in the Aviation Section, Signal Corps, U. S. A., 12 
Oct. 1917, was called to active duty 22 Dec. 1917 and detailed 
to the Kelly Field, Tex., was detailed to the School of Military 
Aeronautics, Ohio State University, 25 Jan. 1918, was com- 
missioned second lieutenant, Aviation Section, Signal Corps, 
15 Mar. 1918, was detailed to the Taliaferro Field, Tex., was 
assigned to the Seventy-eighth Aero Squadron in Apr. 1918, 
was transferred to the Two Hundred and Sixth Aero Squadron, 
Taliaferro Field, in May 1918 and appointed adjutant, was 
attached to Headquarters, Taliaferro Field, in July 1918. as 
acting personal adjutant and information officer, and was 
honorably discharged 28 Jan. 1919. He has been commissioned 
first lieutenant in the Air Service Officers' Reserve Corps. 
Child: 1. Gertrude Bradbury," b. 8 Nov. 1911. 

Children by second wife: 
ii. Paul, A.B. (Harvard, 1910, as of 1909), M.D. {ib., 1914), b. at 
San Diego, Cal., 25 Jan. 1888; m. in Boston, 18 Apr. 1911, 
Constance Restarick, b. at San Diego in Dec. 1888, dau. of 
Henry Bond and Mary Lottie (Baker). In the World War he 
was contract surgeon, Royal Army Medical Corps (British), 
Harvard Surgical Unit, in June 1915, was assigned to General 
Hospital No. 22, British Expeditionary Forces, completed this 
duty in Oct. 1915, was commissioned first lieutenant. Medical 
Corps, U. S. A., 19 July 1917 and assigned to Base Hospital 
No. 7, was ordered to Camp Funston, Kans., 7 Sept. 1917, for 
duty on the staff of Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood, was promoted 
to a captaincy 13 Nov. 1917, was assigned to Headquarters, 
Eighty-ninth Division, 16 Jan. 1918 and appointed athletic 
director, was transferred to the First Battalion, Three Hundred 
and Fifty-fourth Infantry, Eighty-ninth Division, 30 Apr. 1918, 
was ordered to duty at General Headquarters, American Expe- 
ditionary Force, Athletic Section, at Chaumont, France, 15 May 

1918, sailed for France 4 June 1918, was in the Remenauville 
sector^ participated in the Saint-Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne 
offensives, was cited by General Pershing and received the 
Crdx de Guerre, was with the Army of Occupation in Germany, 
was promoted to be major 24 Apr. 1919, returned to the United 
States 6 Aug. 1919, and was honorably discharged 23 Aug. 

1919. Child: 1. Henry Restarick," b. 24 Feb. 1912. 

iii._ LoTHROP, of Brookline, A.B. (Harvard, 1911), LL.B. (ib., 1914), 
b. at Escondido, Cal., 23 Aug. 1889; m. at Plymouth, 24 June 
1916, Katharyn Carlton Whipple, b. at Brookline 30 Nov. 
1895, dau. of Sherman Leland and Rebecca Louise (Clough). 
He began the practice of law in Sept. 1914, being associated 
with the firm of Whipple, Sears & Ogden of Boston. In the World 
War he was commissioned first heutenant, Chemical Warfare 
Service, U. S. A., 25 July 1918, sailed for France 27 Aug. 1918, 
was assigned to Headquarters, Eighty-ninth Division, 5 Oct. 
1918 and appointed assistant division gas officer, was appointed 
gas officer. First BattaUon, Three Hundred and Fifty-third 
Infantry, Eighty-ninth Division, 16 Oct. 1918, participated in 
the Meuse-Argonne offensive, was transferred to Headquarters, 
Third Division, 13 Nov. 1918, was with the Army of Occupa- 
tion in Germany, returned to the United States 6 May 1919, 
and was honorably discharged 17 May 1919. He then asso- 



24 Descendants of Henry Withinglon [Jan. 

ciated himself again with the law firm of Whipple, Sears & 
Ogden of Boston. Children, b. at Brookline: 1. Lothrop,'^ 
]>. IG Feb. 1917. 2. Sherman Whipple, b. 2 Apr. 1918. 3. 
Marietta Louise, b. 12 Feb. 1920. 

iv. Rev. Frederic JBurnham, A.B. (Harvard, 1915), b. at San 
Diego, Ca!., 10 Feb. 1S91. He was graduated at the Union 
Theological Seminary, New York City. In the World War he 
entered the Training School for Army Chaplains, Camp Zachary 
Taylor, Kv., 23 Aug. 1918, was commissioned chaplain, with 
the rank of first lieutenant, 26 Sept. 1918, sailed for France 
16 Oct. 1918, was assigned to the One Hundred and Fourteenth 
Infantry, Twenty-ninth Division, 3 Nov. 1918, was detailed to 
Headquarters, Twentv-ninth Division, as athletic officer, 25 
Nov. 1918 to 4 May 1919, returned to the United States 20 May 
1919, and was honorably discharged 28 June 1919. 

V. David Little, A.B. (Harvard, 1920, war degree post mortem), b. 
at San Diego, Cal., 2 Dec. 1898; d. of pneumonia at Plymouth 
5 Oct. 1918, being then a student at Harvard College and in 
the mihtary service of the United States. In the World War he 
joined the Harvard Unit, Students' Army Training Corps, in 
Sept. 1918, and was accepted for the Infantry Central OflScers' 
Training School, Camp Lee, Va. 

vi. Dennett, of Honolulu, Hawaii, b. at San Diego, Cal., 12 Mar. 
1901. 

193. Josiah' Witicngton {Josiah,^ John,'' Abiel,^ Abiel,^ Abiel,* 

? Joseph,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born in Boston 29 Sept. 1826, 
died at Rutherford, N. J., 3 Jan. 1899. He married at 
Yonkers, N. Y., 24 Feb. 1859, Cornelia King' Cooper, 
born in Philadelphia, Pa., 8 Nov. 1834, died there 19 Feb. 
1916, daughter of Erwin James^ (James,* James,^ Benjamin,' 
Joseph,^ William') and Ellen Rowley (Myers). 

He was an importer in Boston and New York, a corporal 
in the New England Guard in Boston, and lived successively 
in Boston, Brookline, Dedham, New York City, Yonkers, 
N. Y., and Rutherford, N. J. 

Children : 

197. i. Frederic Scherer,'" b. at Brookline 28 Dec. 1859. 

ii. Cornelia King, b. at Dedham 14 July 1861; d. uimi. at Yonkers, 
N. Y., 9 Dec. 1877. 

194. John Rupp' Withington (John,^ John,'' Abiel,^ Abiel,^ Ahiel,* 

? Joseph,^ Richard,^ Henry^), born at Jamaica Plain 12 Jan. 
1832, died at Brookline 14 June 1905. He married at 
Roxbury, 21 Feb. 1872, Emily Wiswell Wilder, born at 
Dennysville, Me., 13 Aug. 1844, daughter of Ehjah Ayer 
and Sarah Gail (Gleason). 
Children, born at Roxbury: 

198. i. Robert VmAN,'» b. 14 Apr. 1873. 

ii. Gertrude Revere, b. 5 May 1875; m. at Jamaica Plain, 3 Oct. 

1898, Irving Alden Blossom, b. at Roxbury 23 Sept. 1874, d. 

in Boston 25 Nov. 1913, s. of William Alden and Caroline 

(Bicknell) and a descendant of John Alden of the Mayflower. 

Children: 1. John Alden, b. at Jamaica Plain 16 Sept. 1899. 

2. Robert Withinglon, b. at Brookline 7 Mar. 1903. 
iii. Mary Mathes, of Watertown, b. 22 July 1877; unm. 
iv. Elizabeth Rupp, of Watertown, artist, b. 6 Sept. 1883; unm. 

195. Frank P.'" Withington {Charles,^ William,^ Robert,'' James,'' 



1922] Descendants of Henry Withington 25 

Hopeslill,^ Richard,* John,^ Richard,^ Henry^) was born at 
Portland, Me., 21 June 1855. He married at Brunswick, 
Me., 4 Apr. 1877, Claka Cushman Stanwood, born at 
Brunswick 29 May 1857, daughter of Nathaniel and Eliza J. 
(Linscott). 

Children, born at Buckfield, Me.: 
i. Stanwood Carroll," of Augusta, Me., b. 25 Mar. 1878; m. 

Helen Sidney Childs. 
ii. Philip Lester, b. 8 Aug. 1883; m. Annie Maria Devinb. 
iii. Joseph Caldwell, b. 19 Apr. 1886; m. at Portland, Me., 21 Sept. 

1907, Elizabeth Constance Morris, b. at Chester, England, 

5 Jan. 1884, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Hughes). Child: 1. 

Constance Stanwood,^' b. 3 Apr. 1909. 
iv. Nathalie Stanwood, b. 5 Apr. 1891; m. Austin Tabor Hyde. 

Residence, Rumford, Me. 
V. Frank Donald, b. 18 Oct. 1894. 

196. Wallace Herbert'" Withington (Horace Harrison,^ Robert,* 

Elias,'' Francis,^ William,^ John,* Philip,^ Richard,^ Henry^), 

of La Pryor, Tex., was born at Hanover, N. H., 20 Aug. 

1858. He married at Toledo, Iowa, 25 Dec. 1878, Lillian 

EsTELLE Belden, born at Toledo 1 July 1858, daughter of 

Henry Bennett and Adelia (Nevins). 
Children, born at Toledo, Iowa: 

i. Rat Belden," b. 28 Nov. 1880; d. at Brainerd, Minn., 9 Dec. 
1918; m. at Tanaa, Iowa, 15 July 1903, Grace Rosalie Thomp- 
son, b. at Tama 17 May 1881, daughter of Dr. B. and Sylvia 
Ann (Parks). Children, b. at Cayuga, N. Dak.: 1. Dorothy 
Esther,^'' b. 7 Sept. 1904. 2. Donald Ray, b. 5 June 1910. 

ii. Laura E., b. 18 May 1884; m. at La Pryor, Tex., 19 Nov. 1913, 
John Jacob Shambaugh, b. at Booneville, Iowa, 20 Nov. 1883, 
s. of John and Elizabeth (Gutshall). Child: 1. Joan Elizabeth, 
b. 24 Jan. 1918. 

iii. Nellie Mat, b. 26 Mar. 1887; m. at Cherryvale, Kans., 26 Oct. 
1910, Virett Lester Gates, b. at Norttifield, Iowa, 3 Sept. 
1883, s. of Sanford D. and Anna Maria (Chandler). Children: 
1. Wallace Sanford, b. 1 May 1913. 2. John Withington, b. 
28 Aug. 1916. 

iv. Florence Ethel, b. 11 June 1891; m. at Webb City, Mo., 17 
July 1912, Rex Weleatlet, b. at Waxahatchie, Tex., 26 July 
1885, s. of Jack Reagor and Benetta (Williams). Children: 1. 
Richard, b. 9 May 1913. 2. Jeanne, b. 20 Jan. 1915. 

197. Frederic Scherer'" Withington (Josiah,^ Josiah," John,'' 

Abiel,^ Abiel,^ Abiel,* 1 Joseph,^ Richard,^ Henry^), of Des 
Moines, Iowa, was born at Brookline 28 Dec. 1859. He 
married at Trenton, N. J., 1 Sept. 1900, Mabel Hutchison* 
HiBBS, born in Philadelphia, Pa., 18 Apr. 1878, daughter of 
Edwin Buckman' (Abdon Buckman,^ Lambert,^ Jonathan,* 
Jonathan,' Jacob, ^William') and Marian Maude (Hutchison). 
He is a consulting actuary, a fellow of the American Insti- 
tute of Actuaries, and a former member of its Board of 
Governors. For many years he was connected with the 
Actuarial Department of the Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
pany of New York, and afterwards was actuary of the 
Insurance Department of the State of Iowa, 1904-1906, 
and secretary and actuary of the Western States Life 



26 Descendants of Henry WithiTiglon [Jan. 

Insurance Company, San Francisco, Cal., 1910-1915. He 
has published various articles and technical papers on life 
insurance. He has been a resident member of the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society since 1917, and is the 
author of this genealogy. 

Children : 
i. Frederic Stanton," b. at Rutherford, N. J., 1 Nov. 1901. He 
is a midshipman in the United States Naval Academy, Class of 
1923. 
ii. Cornelia King, b. at Rutherford, N. J., 22 Sept. 1903. 
iii. Edwin Hibbs, b. at Berkeley, Cal., 13 Nov. 1911. 

198. Robert Vivian'" Withington (John Rupp,^ John,^ John,'' 
Abiel,' Abiel,^ Abiel* "i Joseph,^ Richard,"^ Henry^), of Dun- 
kirk, N. Y., was born at Roxbury 14 Apr. 1873. He married 
at Dunkirk, 15 June 1908, Eva Elizabeth Trill, born at 
Dunkirk 14 Mar. 1879, daughter of Thomas E. and Sophia 
(Gunther). 

Children, born at Dunkirk, N. Y.: 
i. Herbert Trill," b. 25 Apr. 1911; d. 28 Apr. 1911. 
ii. Robert Gibbs, b. 26 Aug. 1913. 
iii. Elizabeth Gail, b. 2 Mar. 1916. 

addmons and corrections 
Vol. 75 

Page 143, line 12, /or the first read one of the first. 

Page 144, lines 27-39 (1, iv). Mr. Albert C. Bates, Librarian of the Connecticut 
Historical Society, Hartford, Conn., writes that there is no reason known to 
him for thinking that Aime (Withington) Bates (1, iv) ever Uved at Hunting- 
ton, Long Island, where, according to this article, she died in 1700. Mr. 
Bates states that she died before 16 Feb. 1691/2, when the children of "James 
and hanah bate late of haddam deseased" signed an agreement dividing, 
apparently, "the whole estat of the said James and Anna bate." (Haddam 
Land Records, vol. 1, p. 22.) The wording of this agreement, continues Mr. 
Bates, indicates that Anne survived her husDand and had come into possession 
of his property. Mr. Bates adds, in regard to the children of Anne (With- 
ington) Bates, that Samuel was baptized 19, 4 mo. 1648, i. e., 19 June 1648, 
that John was bom at Haddam, Coim., in Oct. 1666, that Hannah was born 
at Haddam 7 Sept. 1668, that Alice, who, according to this article, was born 
about 1657, is mentioned in 1655 in the will of her grandfather Bate, that the 
first Mary was baptized in Jan. 1654/5 and that it has been supposed that she 
was the Mary whom Samuel Hough, born in 1653, married as his second wife, 
and that James, bom in 1662, married Mary Lord. Mr. Bates asks whether 
the Mary Bate who was baptized 11 Mar. 1666 (the second Mary) was a child 
of James and Anne (Withington). If she was their child, she was born after 
Margaret, who was baptized in June 1664 or was born (according to the Dor- 
chester town records) in July 1664, and before Jolui, who was born in Oct. 
1666, and such a birth appears unhkely. In reference to these statements of 
Mr. Bates the author of this genealogy wishes to say that €he known records 
of the family of James Bates, husband of Anne Withington, are very meagre, 
and that the authorities consulted are not always in agreement. The late 
Lothrop Withington (153, ii) wrote that Anne (Withington) Bate died at 
Huntington in 1700. The date of baptism (11 Mar. 1666) of the second Mary, 
but not the place, is given by one of the authorities consulted. The Haddam 
(Conn.) records and the will referred to by Mr. Bates were not accessible to 
the author of this article. 

Page 145, line 1 (2, iv), for 1725 read 1723. 

Page 147, Une 24 (5, iii, 6), for 1753 read 1752. 

Page 151, line 15 (12, ii), /or Nov. read Dec. 



1922] Rev. Enoch Place's Record of Marriages 27 

Page 151, lines 21-22 (12, ii, 4). According to a communication received by the 
author from a correspondent in Norwood, Mass., Elizabeth Talbot, born 
22 Feb. 1754, did not marry David Fisher, but married in the South Parish of 
Dedham, 20 Sept. 1781, Ithamar Farrington, baptized at Dedham 2 May 
1756, son of Samuel and Mindwell (Holding). 

Pa^e 151, lines 30-32 (12, iv). According to the Norwood correspondent men- 
tioned above, Mary (Withington) Dean died in the South Parish of Dedham 
10 Nov. 1803, aged 75. Her husband, Benjamin Dean, was son of John and 
Hannah (Savills), and was born, as stated, 17 July 1717. 

Page 153, line 22 (16), after 1S05 insert comma and add perhaps daughter of 
Solomon and Elizabeth (Cunningham) and in that case born at Cambridge 
4 Nov. 1723. 

Page 202. hnes 26-27 (30), for Sarah Allen, perhaps daughter of George and 
Mary (Talbot) read Sakah Allen, born at Braintree 20 Aug. 1750, probably 
daughter of Ensign Thomas and Mary (Hunt). 

Page 202, line 54, and page 203, lines 1-2 (31), /or Mary Allen, born at Stough- 
ton 31 Mar. 1731, died at Dorchester 25 Oct. 1771, daughter of George and 
Mary (Talbot) and perhaps sister of Sarah, read Mart Allen, bom at Brain- 
tree 12 Sept. 1737, died at Dorchester 25 Oct. 1771, daughter of Ensign Thomas 
and Mary (Hunt) and probably sister of Sarah. 

Page 205, line 36 (34, vi), before s. insert d. 23 Mar. 1869 and add comma after 1869. 

Page 205,. lines 38—40 (34, vi),/or passage beginning vnth Children and ending with 
Jacob Alonzo read Children: 1. Harriet, b. in 1813; d. in 1901; m. Raymond 
Cole. 2. Edward, h. 28 Oct. 1817. 3. Caroline, b. 3 Oct. 1823; d. 4 Feb. 1911; 
m. 14 June 1843 Henry Davenport, b. 18 Nov. 1811, d. 27 Jan. 1898, s. of 
Elijah and Susan (Ward); six children. 4. Frances Maria, h. 13 June 1826; 
d. 25 Aug. 1903; m. 10 Oct. 1848 Anson Hardy of Chatham, b. 27 Apr. 1824, 
d. 26 May 1876. s. of Isaac and Betsey (Eldridge). 5. Jacob Alonzo. 

Page 209, line 24 (40. i), for Elisha read Elijah. 

Page 210, line 53 (43), for first three read first two. 

Page 211, hne 21 (44, i), after h. insert at Stoughton. 

Page 211, line 24 (44, iv), after h. insert at Stoughton. 

Page 211, line 25, (44, v), after b. insert at Dorcnester. 

Page 211, line 35 (44, vii), after h. insert at Stoughton (Canton). 

Page 213, line 8 (47, v), after Otis insert comma and add b. probably about 1792. 

Page 214, lines 43^4 (51), /or EUzabeth (7 Leonard) read Molly (Leeds). 

Page 247, lines 32-33 (59, v, 2) for m. at Medford, in 1850, -, read m. at 

Medford, in 1850^ John Allyn Smith, b. in Boston, s. of John and Bethiah 
(Rogers) ; four children. 

Page 265, hne 8 (107^ i, 3), after 1911 insert semicolon and add m. Stella Weston, 
hving at Medford m 1921, granddaughter of John Allyn and Martha (Gleason) 
Smith {vide supra, 59, v, 2). 



REV. ENOCH PLACE'S RECORD OF MARRIAGES, 
1813-1864 

Thhough the courtesy of Miss Caroline H. Garland, Librarian of 
the Dover (N. H.) Public Library, the Register is permitted to lay 
before its readers a copy of the record of marriages solemnized by 
Rev. Enoch Place, a well-known Freewill Baptist minister in that 
part of Barrington, N. H., which was incorporated in 1820 as the 
town of Strafford. 

Rev. Enoch Place was born at Rochester, N. H., 13 July 1786, 
the eldest of the ten children of James and Abigail (Hayes) Place, 
and died at Strafford 23 Mar. 1865. He married, 29 Sept. 1808, 
Sally Demeritt, who died at Strafford in Jan. 1880, eldest daughter of 



28 Rev. Enoch Place's Record of Marriages [Jan. 

Capt. DanieJ Demeritt of Barrington.* In his record, printed below, 
494 marriages are entered. The copy has been made from the original 
manuscript, in the possession of the Dover Public Library, and, 
except for the use of the customary abbreviations in the names of 
the months and a few changes in punctuation, no essential departure 
has been made from the record as written by Mr. Place. 

A Record of Marriages 

E. Place, Ordained at Barrington (now Strafford) 
January 22, 1813. 

Feb. 4, 1813 Mr. John Akins, Jr., to Miss Rebecca Berry, both of 
Barrington. 

Nov. 11, 1813 Mr. Joshua Otis of Rochester to Miss Love Elkins of 
Farmington. 

Nov. 11, 1813 Mr. Ebenezer Ransom of Alton to Miss Sally Babb of 
Barrington. 

Dec. 23, 1813 Mr. John Otis of Barrington to Miss Mary Hays of 
Rochester. 

Dec. 28, 1813 Mr. William Berry, Jr., to Miss Mary Young, both of 
Barrington. 

May 12, 1814 Mr. Aaron Bickford of Rochester to Miss Temperance 
Thompson of Wakefield. 

Aug. 15, 1814 Mr. Isaac Foss, Jr., to Miss Sally Otis, both of Barrington. 

Nov. 24, 1814 Mr. Enoch B. Lock to Miss Sally Berry, both of Barnsted. 

Jan. 22, 1815 Mr. Samuel Kelley to Miss Abra Huckins, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Apr. 3, 1815 Mr. Daniel Caney, Jr., to Miss Abigail Otis, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Oct. 19, 1815 Mr. Jonathan Clark, Jr., of Barnsted to Miss Hannah 
Whitehouse of Rochester. 

Oct. 26, 1815 Mr. William Lord of Barnsted to Miss Hannah H. Kelley 
of Barrington. 

Nov. 9, 1815 Mr. John Winkley, 3, to Miss Susan Otis, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Nov. 12, 1815 Mr. Samuel Nutter of Rochester to Miss Miriam Clark of 
Barrington. 

Dec. 6, 1815 Mr. Ebenezer Hanson, Jr., to Miss Mary Winkley, both of 
Barrington. 

Feb. 7, 1816 Mr. Joel B. Hawkins to Miss Hannah Cook, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Feb. 8, 1816 Mr. Joseph Hill, Jr., to Miss Betsey Hanson, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Mar. 21, 1816 Mr. David B. Foss of Barrington to Miss Susanna Sampson 
of Rochester. 

Apr. 4, 1816 Mr. Daniel B. Gray to Miss Abiah Pearl, both of Barrington. 

Apr. 18, 1816 Mr. Stephen Hill to Miss Mahala Gate, both of Barrington. 

Apr. 25,1816 Mr. Taylor Clark to Miss Abigail Evins, both of Barrington. 

June 6, 1816 Mr. Stephen Scruton to Miss Susan Scruton, both of 
Farmington. 

July 3, 1816 Mr. John Hanson, Jr., to Miss Abigail HaU, both of Bar- 
rington. 

July 3, 1816 Mr. Ezra Drown of Rochester to Miss Sally Young of 
Barrington. 

♦For brief biographiea of Rev Enoch Place cf. Free Baptist Cyclopaedia, 1889, pp. 533-534, 
Carter's Native Ministry of New Hampshire, 1906, p. 671, and McDuffee's History of the Town 
of Rochester, pp. 343-345. 



1922] Rev. Enoch Place's Record of Marriages 29 

Mr. John Clark, Jr., to Miss Betsey Caverly, both of 

Barrington. 
Eld. Joseph Badger, an Itinerant preacher, to Miss Mary 

Peavy of Farmington. 
Mr. James S. Foss of Rochester to Miss Sally Hogdsdon of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Richard Foye to Miss Abigail Hall, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Nathaniel Hanson, 3d, to Miss Betsey Hill, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Samuel Critchet to Miss Lydia Clark, both of Bar- 
rington. 
Mr. Nathaniel Batchelder of Gilmanton to Miss Jane Dame 

of Barrington. 
Mr. Samuel Robinson, Jr., to Miss Mary Clark, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. John Chase of Newbury (M[a]s3.) to Miss Olive Dame 

of Barrington. 
Mr. Lemuel Critchet to Miss Lillis Clark, both of Barrington. 
Mr. William Berry, 3d, of Barrington to Miss Betsey FoUett 

of Farmington. 
Mr. Stephen Snow of Barrington to Miss Betsey Nutter of 

Farmington. 
Mr. Jethro Lock to Miss Sukey Clark, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Joel Cater to Miss Miriam Babb, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Jonaathan Yoimg, Jr., to Miss Hannah Hall, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Samuel H. Hodgdon to Miss Betsey Tasker, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Thomas Ham of Madbury to Miss Mary Cavano of 

Barrington. 
Mr. John Ladd to Miss Betsey Arlin, both of Barrington. 
Mr. David Scruton to Miss Lydia Reed, both of Farmington. 
Mr. Ezra Berry of Barrington to Miss Elizabeth Pearl of 

Rochester. 
Mr. Isaac Twombly to Mrs. Hannah Berry, both of Alton. 
Mr. Elijah Tuttle, Jr., to Miss Polly Evins, both of Bar- 
rington. 
Mx. Daniel Waldron to Miss Eliza K. Woodbury, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Joseph Jones, Jr., to Susan HiU, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Samuel H. Hodgdon to Miss Betsey Daniels, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Benjamin Garland to Miss Anna Drew, both of Bar- 
rington. 
Mr. Samuel E. Buzzell to Miss Lydia Buzz[e]ll, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. David D. Bennett of Northwood to Miss Sarah T. 

Collins of Barrington. 
Mr. Daniel Smith to Miss Sally Tuttle, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Noah Holmes to Miss Nancy Babb, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Joshua Otis to Miss Abigail Cate, both of Barrington. 
Mr. James Bodge of Lee to Miss Sarah Foss of Barrington. 
Mr. John A. Lougee to Miss Hannah Perkins, both of 

Barrington. 
Aug. 24, 1820 Mr. Samuel Jenness, Jr., to Miss Sally Sampson, both of 

Barrington. 



July 


18, 


1816 


July 


21, 


1816 


Sept. 


1, 


1816 


Oct. 
Nov. 


30, 
21, 


1816 
1816 


Dec. 


5, 


1816 


Dec. 


25, 


1816 


Dec. 


26, 


1816 


May 


28, 


1817 


Aug. 
Jan. 


31, 
1, 


1817 
1818 


Jan. 


22, 


1818 


Feb. 
July 
Aug. 


19, 
16, 
27, 


1818 
1818 
1818 


Oct. 


8, 


1818 


Oct. 


29, 


1818 


Nov. 
Dec. 
Feb. 


19, 
10, 
9, 


1818 
1818 
1819 


Mar. 
Aug. 


4, 
22, 


1819 
1819 


Sept. 


22, 


1819 


Oct. 
Nov. 


31, 
3, 


1819 
1819 


Nov. 


17, 


1819 


Dec. 


2, 


1819 


Mar. 


13, 


1820 


Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
June 
June 


2, 
20, 
23, 

11> 
29, 


1820 
1820 
1820 
1820 
1820 



30 Rev. Enoch Place's Record of Marriages [Jan. 

Aug. 31, 1820 Mr. William Hall to Miss Susannah Gate, both of Barring- 
ton. 
Sept. 24, 1820 Mr. Daniel Arlen to Miss Anne Row, both of Barrington. 
Sept. 24, 1820 Mr. John Daniels. to Miss Mary Whithouse, both of Bar- 
rington. 
Oct. 1, 1820 Mr. Samuel Caney of Farmington to Miss Margaret Nutter 

of Rochester. 
Oct. 26,1820 Mr. Daniel Caverly to Miss Nancy Hill, both of Barrington. 
Nov. 1, 1820 Mr. Nathaniel Hall to Miss Sally Patrick, both of Bar- 
rington. 
Nov. 12, 1820 Mr. Samuel Demeritt [of] Notingham to Miss Rhoda 

Seward of Barrington. 
Feb. 8, 1821 Mr, Reuben Hussey to Miss Alice Perkins, both of Bar- 
rington. 
Feb. 22, 1821 Mr. Levi Buzzell to Miss Lydia Robinson, both of Barring- 
ton. 
Feb. 25, 1821 Mr. Lemuel Drew to Miss Lois Hall, both of Barrington. 
Mar. 15, 1821 Mr. Joseph Peavey, Jr., to Miss Hannah Foss, both of 

Strafford. 
Mar. 29, 1821 Mr. Stephen C. Hall of Barrington to Miss Lydia Seaward 

of Strafford. 
May 24, 1821 Mr. John Rowe to Miss Susan Evins, both of Strafford. 
July 1, 1821 Mr. Rueben Critchet to Miss Betsey Dame, both of 

Strafford. 
Aug. 30, 1821 Mr. James Tuttle, Jr., to Miss Lovina Tuttle, both of 

Strafford. 
Sept. 16, 1821 Mr. Noah Holmes to Miss Charlottee Drown, both of 

Rochester. 
Oct. 25, 1821 Mr. Ephraim Cater of Barrington to Miss Charlottee Otis 

of Strafford. 
Nov. 22, 1821 Mr. Cleb Hanson to Miss Sally Clark, both of Barrington. 
Nov. 29, 1821 Mr. John S. Hill of Strafford to Miss Betsey Pearry of 

Barrington. 
Nov. 25, 1821 Mr. John B. Foss to Miss Abigail Perkins, both of Strafford. 
Nov. 29, 1821 Mr. Oliver Leathers of Notingham to Miss Lucinda Boody 

of Barrington. 
Dec. 2, 1821 Mr. Benjamin Coffin, Jr., to Miss Clarrissa Rollins, both 

of Northwood. 
Dec. 11, 1821 Mr. Ralph Hall to Miss Lydia Peari, both of Strafford. 
Jan. 3, 1822 Mr. Japheth Gray of Farmington to Miss Comfot Sanders 

of Strafford. 
Jan. 21, 1822 Mr. Joseph A. Akerman of Farmington to Miss Sarah Hall 

of Barrington. 
Mar. 7, 1822 Mr. William HiU, Jr., to Miss Lucy Cook, both of Strafford. 
Mar. 13, 1822 Mr. John Pearce to Miss Abigail Foss, both of Strafford. 
Mar. 28, 1822 Mr. Silas Twombly to Miss SaOy Caverly, both of Strafford. 
Apr. 18, 1822 Mr. Levi Caswell to Miss Sophia Arlin, both of Strafford. 
June 2, 1822 Mr. Stephen Jones to Miss Loiza Foye, both of Strafford. 
June 13,1822 Mr. Ira Libbey to Miss Betsey Daniels, both of Strafford. 
July 4, 1822 Mr. Moses Willey of Northwood to Miss Abigail Caverly 

of Strafford. 
Sept. 5, 1822 Mr. John Cater, Jr., to Miss Abigail Babb, both of Bar- 
rington. 
Sept. 12, 1822 Mr. George Hurd of Farmington to Mi.ss Sarah M. Ham of 

Rochester. 
Oct. 3,1822 Mr. WiUiam Tuttle to Miss Mary Stabard, both of Strafford. 



1922] 


Nov. 


27, 1822 


Nov. 
Dec. 


28, 1822 
26, 1822 


Jan. 


16, 1823 


Jan. 


21, 1823 


Jan. 


23, 1823 


Feb. 


20, 1823 


Mar. 


13, 1823 


Mar. 


20, 1823 


May 
Sept. 


22, 1823 
11, 1823 


Oct. 


26, 1823 


Nov. 


4, 1823 


Nov. 


6, 1823 


Nov. 


20, 1823 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 


11, 1823 

28, 1823 

8, 1824 


Jan. 


15, 1824 


Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 


29, 1824 
5, 1824 
17, 1824 


Feb. 


26, 1824 


Mar. 


4, 1824 


Mar. 

Mar. 


18, 1824 
IS, 1824 


Apr. 
Apr. 


8, 1824 
22, 1824 


May 
May 


23, 1824 
27, 1824 


June 


10, 1824 


Aug. 
Aug. 


15, 1824 
26, 1824 



Rev. Enoch Place's Record of Marriages 



31 



Mr. Benjamin Arlin to Miss SaUy VVilley, both of Barring- 
ton. 
Mr. Nathaniel Berry to Miss Sally Tuttle, both of Strafford. 
Mr. William S. Clark of Barnsted to Miss Judith Hanson 

of Strafford. 
Mr. William P. Leighton of Farmington to Miss Abigail 

Leighton of Strafford. S3.00 
Mr. Amanuel Grace of Lovel to Miss Mary Tuttle of 

Strafford. 
Mr. William Young of AUenstown to Miss Fanney Clark 

of Barrington. 
Mr. Woodbury Berry to Miss Lowey Brown, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Jeremiah Howard to Miss Sally Brown, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Jonathan Clark, Jr., of Strafford to Miss Polly Varney 

of Milton. 
Mr. Rufus Caverly to Miss Mary Babb, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Jonathan Clark, Jr., of Strafford to Miss Sophia Clark 

of Barrington. 
Mr. Richard Perkins to Miss Lydia Twombly, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Benajah Varney of Dover to Miss Sarah Row of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Smith Peary of Barrington to Miss Betsey Caney of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Jonathan Meder of Durham to Miss Mary Foss of 

Strafford. 
El. Arthur Cavano to Miss Olive H. Foss, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Joshua Foss, 3d, to Miss Eliza Foss, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Benjamin Hawkins to Miss Sarah Gray, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Daniel Hall, Jr., to Miss Desdamony Watson, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. John Davis to Miss Susanna Hawkins, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Samuel Otis to Miss Lydia Smith, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Israel Foss of Strafford to Miss Hannah Thompson of 

Barrington. 
Mr. William Jackson to Miss Cathrine Clark, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Jonathan Staunton to Miss Anna Gray, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Silas Hall to Miss Lydia Snell, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Lemuel B. Ham of Rochester to Miss Deborah Babb 

of Barrington. 
Mr. James B. Foss to Miss Sarah Waldron, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Tobias R. Drew to Miss Ehza B. Lougee, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. John Leighton to Miss Phebe Buzel, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Robert Huckins to Miss Mary Daniels, both of Mad- 

bury. 
Mr. Wm. H. Y. Burnham to Miss Hannah Foye, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. John B. Foss to Miss Cathrine Hill, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Richard Berry of Strafford to Miss Sally Stockbridge 

of Barrington. 



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Aug. 26, 1824 Mr. Erie Edmunds of Rye to Miss Lucretia Hall of Bar- 

'-■'1 rington. 

Nov. 11, 1824 Mr. Jonathan Gate to Miss Sally Foss, both of Strafford. 

Nov. 11, 1824 Mr. John Hanscom, Jr., to Miss Sally Leathers, both of 
Barrington. 

Nov. 11, 1824 Mr. Ira Boody of Barrington to Miss Joanna Seaward of 
Strafford. 

Nov. 12, 1824 Mr. John Berry of Dover to Miss Rachel Hays of Strafford. 

Nov. 21, 1824 Mr. Richard Waldron to Miss Rhoda Keniston, both of 
Strafford. 

Nov. 25, 1824 Mr. Joseph Roberts to Miss Susan Young, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Nov. 25, 1824 Mr. Thomas Parshley, 3d, to Miss Betsey Foss, both of 
Strafford. 

Dec. 5, 1824 Mr. David Buzzell to Miss Lois Leighton, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Dec. 23, 1824 Mr. Thomas Careswill to Miss Sally Evins, both of Strafford. 

Dec. 30, 1824 Mr. John Parshley, Jr., of Strafford to Miss Mary Ayers of 
Barrington. 

Dec. 30, 1824 Mr. Joseph Foss to Miss Marybee Parshley, both of 
Strafford. 

Dec. 30, 1824 Mr. Joseph Scruton to Miss Martha Clark, both of Strafford. 

Dec. 30, 1824 Mr. Zachariah Waldron to Miss PoUey Willey, both of 
Strafford. 

Jan. 13, 1825 Mr. Joseph P. Bennett of Northwood to Miss Hannah 
Hanson of Strafford. 

Feb. 9, 1825 Mr. Daniel Gate to Miss Betsey Peavey, both of Strafford. 

Feb. 27, 1825 Mr. Daniel Swain, Jr., to Miss Betsey Ayrs, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Mar. 24, 1825 Mr. Mark Ayers to Miss Mariah Meader, both of Dover. 

Mar. 24, 1825 Mr. Nicholas Brown, 3d, to Miss Sally Evins, both of 
Strafford. 

Apr. 10, 1825 Mr. Timothy Longley, Jr., to Miss Abigail Pickering, both 
of Notingham. 

Apr. 24, 1825 Mr. Ira Gaverly to Miss Lydia Libbey, both of Strafford. 

May 26, 1825 Mr. George Hoyt to Miss Izannah Hall, both of Portsmouth. 

June 30,1825 Mr. Keys B. Powell to Miss Lydia Lougee, both of Strafford. 

July 4, 1825 Mr. Taylor Dow of Gilmanton to Miss Abigail Foss of 
Strafford. 

July 31, 1825 Sun. Mr. Nicholas V. Whitehouse to Miss Suzan Place, both 
of Rochester. $3.00 

Aug. 16, 1825 Mr. John Row of Dover to Miss Dorothy Evans of Strafford. 

Sept. 22, 1825 Dr. Aaron Buzzell of Deerfield to Miss Hannah E. Leighton 
of Strafford. 

Sept. 27, 1825 Mr. Daniel G. Tuttle of Strafford to Miss Sarah Drew of 
Barrington. 

Nov. 14, 1825 Mr. William Bagley to Miss Mary T. Day, both of Ames- 
bury. 

Nov. 30, 1825 Mr. Jacob Kenney, Jr., of Barnsted to Miss Betsey Foss of 
Barrington. 

Dec. 8, 1825 Mr. George W. Shurburne of Northwood to Miss Abigail 
Hall of Strafford. 

Dec. 15, 1825 Mr. Eliphalet Foss to Miss Mary A. Foss, both of Bar- 
rington. 

Dec. 22, 1825 Mr. Andrew Hawkins to Miss Mary L. Genness, both of 
Barnsted. 



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Feb. 5, 1826 Mr. Isaac Babb of Barringtofn] to Miss Lucinda Leighton 

of Strafford. 
Feb. 15, 1826 Mr. Isaac Willey to Miss Sally Peirce, both of Barrington. 
Mar. 5, 1826 Mr. Jonathan Buzzell to Miss Polly Hill, both of Barrington. 
Mar. 23, 1826 Mr. Ephraim F. RejTiolds to Miss Mary P. Locke, both of 

Barrington. 
Apr. 9, 1826 Mr. Alpha I. Pilsbury of Northwood to Miss Margerett 

Caverno of Strafford. 
May 7, 1826 Mr. John S. Hill of Strafford to Miss Katurah Lord of 

Bamsted. 
May 21, 1826 Mr. Israel Hally to Miss Mary Sanders, both of Strafford. 
June 1, 1826 Mr. David C. Knowls of Northwood to Miss Mary Gate of 

Barrington. 
July 16, 1826 Mr. John Wingate of Farmington to Miss Esther Varney 

of Rochester. 
Aug. 25, 1826 Mr. John R. Buzzell of Northwood to Miss Tamson Drew 

of Strafford. 
Sept. 7, 1826 Mr. Jeremiah Fogg of Northwood to Miss Abigail Hill of 

Strafford. 
Sept. 12, 1826 Mr. Benning W. Jenness to Miss Nancy W. Shackford, 

both of Strafford. 
Sept. 26, 1826 Mr. Hosea Hawkins to Miss Mary Caswell, both of Strafford. 
Oct. 15, 1826 Mr. WiUiam Gray of Strafford to Miss Sarah F. Gray of 

Barrington. 
Nov. 23, 1826 Mr. George P. Hodgdon to Miss Phebe Shepard, both of 

Strafford. 
Nov. 23, 1826 Mr. David Critchet to Miss SaUy Gate, both of Strafford. 
Nov. 23, 1826 Mr. Lamuel Willey to Miss Love Hanscomb, both of 

Barrington. 
Jan. 2, 1827 Mr. Micajah S. Clough to Mrs. Deborah Ricker, both of 

Barrington. 
Jan. 16, 1827 Mr. Joshua Hill of Somersworth to Miss Betsey Garland 

of Strafford. 
Feb. 1, 1827 Mr. Joseph T. Babb to Miss Abigail F. Cater, both of 

Barrington. 
Feb. 8, 1827 Mr. Winthrop Hall to Miss AbigaD Stiles, both of Strafford. 
Feb. 1 1 , 1827 Mr. Joseph Femald to Miss LycSa Peavy, both of Barrington. 
Mar. 18, 1827 Mr. Joseph Huckins to Miss Sarah WaJdron, both of 

Strafford. 
Mar. 22, 1827 Mr. James Ham, 3d, of Rochester to Miss Mary H. Foss of 

Barrington. 
Apr. 19, 1827 Mr. George W. Grant of Epsom to Miss Sally Foss of 

Strafford. 
May 2, 1827 Mr. Samuel Caverly to Miss Nancy Shaw, both of Strafford. 
May 27, 1827 Mr. Enoch Caswell of Northwood to Miss Joanna Boody of 

Barrington. 
May 31, 1827 Mr. Joseph Hall to Miss Betsey Brock, both of Strafford. 
June 3, 1827 Mr. John Hall to Miss Mary Tasker, both of Strafford. 
June 4, 1827 Mr. Israel Huckins to Miss Susanna M. Boody, both of 

Strafford. 
June 28, 1827 Mr. Jonathan Hall of Strafford to Miss Lydia Demeritt of 

Barrington. 
July 11, 1827 Mr. Nathanil Rowe of Barrington to Miss Judith Evans of 

Strafford. 
July 12, 1827 Mr. Benjamin T. Foss to Miss Sophia G. Jones, both of 

Strafford. 



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Mr. Samuel Brown to Miss Eliza Jenness, both of Rochester. 
William Woodman, Esqr., of Barrington to Miss Eliza 

Ricker of Madbury. 
Mr. Ebenezer Buzel, Jr., to Miss Lydia Leighton, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Abel Sanders of Ossipee to Miss Martha Hartford of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Andrew Caswell to Miss Mary Jane Waldron, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. John T. Morgan of Goffstown to Miss Ehza L. Starbird 

of Northwood. 
Mr. Nicholas Otis to Miss Judith Young, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Enoch H. Pilbury of Northwood to Miss Eliza Young 

of Barrington. 
Mr. Timothy Caswell to Miss Hannah Hall, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. John Hill, Jr., of Northwood to Miss Fanny Hall of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Eliphalet Foss to Miss Nancy Leighton, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Joseph H. Hall to Miss Hannah Evins, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Nathaniel Swasey of Exeter to Miss Abigail C. Peavey 

of Strafford. 
Mr. Cyrus Cater to Miss Olive Woodhouse, both of Dover. 
Mr. Meshach Drew to Miss Abigail Daniels, both of 

Barrington. 
Mr. Edmond Caney of Farmington to Miss Sally F. Brews- 
ter of Strafford. 
Mr. Benjamin F. Babb of Barrington to Miss Mary 

Huckins of Madbury. 
Mr. Charles C. Buel of Dover to Miss Fanny WiUey of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Israel Foss, Jr., to Miss Sarah Leighton, both of this 

town. 
Mr. John Woodes to Mrs. Sarah Jones, both of Barrington. 
Mr. Peter Cook to Miss Margery Durgin, both of Strafford. 
Mr. George H. Pinkham of Northwood to Miss Patience 

Davis of Barnsted. 
Mr. John Loud of Portsmouth to Miss Sarah Hall of 

Strafford. 
Mr. George W. Brassbridge of Somersworth to Miss Mary 

Sloper of Strafford. 
Mr. David Wallingford of Dover to Miss Mary Ann 

Tasker of Strafford. 
Mr. George Scruton of Strafford to Miss Naomi White- 
house of Dover. 
Mr. John B. Garland to Miss Sarah Seaward, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Henry Livingston to Miss Sarah Libbey, both of 

Somersworth. 
Mr. John Barker to Miss Sarah B. Miles, both of Dover. 
Mr. John Tebbetts, Jr., of Barnsted to Miss Anne Felker 

of Barrington. 
Mr. Robert Christie to Miss Margaret Rowe, both of 

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1828 Mr. James H. Evins of Strafford to Miss Nancy Davis of 

Barnsted. 
1828 Mr. Samuel H. Hodgdon of this town to widow Rebeccah 

Waterhouse of Barrington. 
1828 Mr. Lemuel Foss to Miss Sarah Foss, both of this town. 
1828 Mr. Hurd Twombly of Madbury to Mrs. Lovina Tuttie of 

this town. 

1828 Mr. Jonathan Ricker to Miss Sally Davis, both of Milton. 

1829 Mr. Joseph Hill, 4th, of this town to Miss Polly Sampson 
of Farmington. 

1829 Mr. Joel Cater to Miss Ann Babb, both of Dover. 

1829 Mr. Oliver Green of Chichester to Miss Eleanor R. Dame 

of Strafford. 
1829 Mr. Moses Montgomery to Miss Sarah Ann Peavey, both of 

Strafford. 
1829 Mr. John York, Jr., to Miss Hannah Bickford, both of 

Rochester. 
1829 Mr. Samuel Daniels to Miss Olive Libbey, both of this 

town. 
1829 Mr. Samuel D. Hall to Miss Mary Ann Sanders, both of 

this town. 
1829 Mr. Stephen Willey to Miss Mary Robinson, both of 

Barrington. 
1829 Mr. Paul H. Hayes to Miss Mary Berry, both of Strafford. 
1829 Mr. John C. Holmes of Rochester to Miss Hannah Felker 

of Barrington. 
1829 Mr. Asa Perkins to Miss Deborah Young, both of Strafford. 

1829 Mr. Darius Hodgdon to Miss Mary Varney, both of 
Barrington. 

1830 Mr. Thomas Scruton to Miss Polly Scruton, both of 
Strafford. 

1830 Mr. Robert W. Foss to Miss Eliza W. Jones, both, of 

Strafford. 
1830 Mr. John E. Leighton of Strafford to Miss Sarah F. Lucy 

of Notingham. 
1830 Mr. John A. Wingate to Miss Abigail Berry, both of 

Strafford. 
1830 Mr. Oliver HiU of Eliot, M. E., to Miss CaroUne D. 

Huntress of Strafford, N. H. 
1830 Mr. David B. Smith to Miss Anna M. Peavey, both of 

Barrington. 
1830 Mr. Paul Berry of this town to Miss Hannah Brock of 

Barnsted. 
1S30 Mr. William F. Sanders of this town to Miss Abigail M. 

Miles of Barnsted. 
1830 Mr. John B. Drew to Miss Annah H. Drew, both of Dover. 
1830 Mr. Richard H. Foss to Miss Ehza Shepard, both of this 

town. 
1830 Mr. Samuel Tuttie to Miss Sarah Aim Perkins, both of 

this town. 
1830 Mr. Daniel Keniston to Miss Lucy How, both of this town. 
1830 Mr. Israel Hall, 3d, to Miss Lydia Hill, both of Strafford. 
1830 Mr. Samuel Emerson to Miss Mary Morrill, both of 

Pittsfield. 
24, 1830 Mr. Joseph Gate, Jr., of Barrington to^Miss Susan B. 

Garland of Strafford. 

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Mr. Joel Sanders to Miss Phebe Scott, both of Strafford. 
Mr. John Montgomery, Jr., to Miss EUza Otis, both of 

Strafford. 
William Woodman, Esqr., to Miss Betsey Remick, both of 

Harrington. 
Mr. Daniel Brock to Miss Sarah Tuttle, both of Strafford. 
Mr. John P. Foss to Miss Mahala Welch, both of Dover. 
Mr. Enos H. Foss to Miss Sarah Pearl, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Isaac Leighton to Miss Maria Gate, both of Barrington. 
EUas Vamey, Esqr., to Miss Mary Foss, both of Bar- 
rington. 
James Hodgdon, Esqr., to Miss Betsey N. Peavey, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Nicholas Otis to Miss MeUnda Leighton, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. David Pitman of Bamsted to Miss Betsey Hill of 

Strafford. 
Mr. OUver E. Wendel of Dover to Miss Vienna WiUey of 

Strafford. 
Mr. John Hill, Jr., to Mrs. Betsey Kenney, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Samuel Brown to Miss Loiza Davis, both of Strafford. 
Mr. Joseph P. Whitehouse of Farmington to Miss Drusilla 

Brock of Strafford. 
Doc. Ward B. Mason to Miss Sarah Ann Montgomery, 

both of Strafford. 
Mr. Nathaniel Perkins of Middleton to Miss Harriet Otis 

of Strafford. 
Col. Isaac Jenness of Rochester to Mrs. Judith Sanborn of 

Brookfield. 
Mr. John P. Drew to Miss Mary Willey, both of Strafford. 
Mr. John Jenness of Strafford to Mrs. Susan Howard of 

Rochester. 
Mr. Hanson Caverly of Brentwood to Miss Lucinda T. 

Foss of Dover. 
Mr. Levi D. Caverly of Barrington to Miss Mary A. Tyler 

of Dover. 
Liut. John Clark to Mrs. PoUy Clark, both of this town. 
Mr. Charles G. Davis of Somersworth to Miss Nancy 

Jones of this town. 
Mr. Thomas Demeritt, 2d, of Northwood to Miss Mary 

Clark of Bamsted. 
Mr. Franklin B. Evans to Mrs. Hannah Peavey, both of 

Strafford. 
Mr. Benjamin G. Parker of Kitery, M. E., to Miss Hannah 

S. WiUey of Strafford. 
Mr. John Wentworth of Dover to Miss Mary M. Seavey of 

Rochester. 
Mr. Hiram Wentworth to Miss RoxciHna Stone, both of 

Dover. 
Elder James J. Wentworth, itinerant preacher, to Miss 

Clarrissa Hall of this town. 
Mr. Stephen Jenness, Jr., to Miss Lydia Hannaford, both 

of Rochester. 
Mr. WiUiam H. Eliot to Miss Mary Emerson, both of 

Bamsted. 
Mr. Paul Perkins, Jr., to Miss Abigail Otis both of Strafford. 



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Sept. 23, 1832 Capt. Azeriah Caverly to Miss Eliza Tasker, both of 

Strafford. 
Oct. 7, 1832 Mr. Robert Grav to Miss Mary Page, both of Farmington. 
. Oct. 8, 1832 Elder Jesse Meder to Miss Hannah D. York, both of 

Rochester. 
Dec. 2, 1832 Mr. John Pearce to widow MoUy Foss, both of Strafford. 
Dec. 27, 1832 Mr. James Johnson, 3d, of this town to Miss Peggy Tuttle 

of Barrington. 
Feb. 28, 1833 Mr. Jacob Drew, Jr., to Miss Susan Jane Mills, both of this 

town. 
June 3,1833 Mr.SamuelH.HalltoMissHannahLangmaid, both of Dover. 
July 21, 1833 Mr. Benjamin K. Colbath of Middleton to Miss Wealthy 

Page of Rochester. 
July 23, 1833 Mr. John Smith, Jr., of Barrington to Miss Sarah Ann Smith 

of Strafford. 
Sept. 9, 1833 Mr. Alvah F. Hawkins to Miss Frances Langmaid, both of 

Strafford. 
Sept. 15, 1833 Mr. John Hanscam to Miss Mary Hill, both of Strafford. 
Sept. 26, 1833 Mr. Peletiah Priest of Pittsfield to Miss Betsey F. Hill of 

Strafford. 
Sept. 29, 1833 Mr. Ira Foss to Miss Mary Jane Ham, both of Strafford. 
Oct. 24, 1833 Mr. Stephen Leighton to Miss Susan Montgomery, both 

of Strafford. 
Oct. 31, 1833 Liut. John D. Pierce of Barrington to Miss Tamzon H. Hall 

of Strafford. 
Nov. 21, 1833 Mr. John Sanders to Miss Maria L. Gray, both of Strafford. 
Jan. 22, 1834 Mr. Joshua Woodman to Miss Martha Ann Huckins, both 

of Strafford. 
Feb. 16, 1834 Mr. Samuel Fernald of Barrington to Miss Betsey Hill of 

Strafford. 
Mar. 2, 1834 Mr. Stephen Smith to Miss Patience Smith, both of Strafford. 
Mar. 4, 1834 Mr. Timo hy Drew of Strafford to Miss Sophia Caverly of 

Barrington. 
Mar. 16, 1834 Mr. Joseph Bunker to Mrs. Betsey Wentworth, both of 

Strafford. 
Mar. 30, 1834 Mr. William Dame to Miss Nancy Cater, both of Strafford. 
Apr. 6, 1834 Mr. Ebenezer Smith, Jr., of this town to Miss Mary Smith 

of Barrington. 
May 15, 1834 In Strafford, Mr. John O. Hackett of Jackson to Miss 

Hannah Foss of New-Market. 
Nov. 27, 1834 Mr. Jacob I. Garland of Rochester to Miss Sabrina Brewster 

of Barrington. 
Nov. 27, 1834 Mr. Aaron B. Rollins of Sandwich to Miss EUzabeth A. 

Wentworth of Dover. 
Dec. 18, 1834 Mr. Jonathan Young, Jr., to Miss Sally Sanders, both of 

Strafford. 
Jan. 29, 1835 Mr. Asahel Babb to Miss Lydia Berry, both of Strafford. 

Enoch Place. 
Mar. 22, 1835 Mr. Joseph Stiles to Miss Hannah L. Gove, both of Ports- 
mouth. 
Apr. 29, 1835 Mr. John J. Jenness of Rochester to Miss Abigail Berry of 

Strafford. 
Apr. 30, 1835 Mr. Alexander S. Berry of Strafford to Miss Belinda Jenness 

of Rochester. 
May 28, 1835 Mr. Joseph Daniels, Jr., to Miss Eliza C. Hill, both of 

Strafford. 



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July 2, 1835 Mr. Daniel F. Berry to Miss Judith Berry, both of Strafford. 
July 9, 1835 Mr. James Page to Miss Lucy M. Ingerson, both of Farm- 

ington. 
July 29, 1835 Mr. Asa Caverly of Strafford to Miss Abigail Young of 

Barrington. 
Oct. 25, 1S35 Mr. David Berry to Miss Betsey D. Brock, both of Strafford. 
Oct. 29, 1835 Mr. Michael Scruton to Miss Susan Stewart, both of 

Barrington. 
Nov. 25, 1835 Mr. Solomon Vamey to Miss Rachel Felker, both of 

Barrington. 
Nov. 26, 1835 Mr. Seth Jenness to Miss Esther Brock, both of Rochester. 
Jan. 17, 1836 Mr. Jonathan Dame, Jr., to Miss Susan Tasker, both of 

Strafford. 
Mar. 15, 1836 Mr. John W. Parshley to Miss Mary A. Foss, both of 

Strafford. 
Mar. 20, 1836 Mr. Paul Tasker to Miss PoUy Hill, both of Strafford. 
Apr. 13, 1836 Mr. George W. Varney of Rochester to Miss Meriam 

Hodgdon of Barrington. 
Apr. 27, 1836 Mr. Ebenezer Jones to Miss Hannah H. Foss, both of 

Strafford. 
May 4, 1836 Mr. Paul T. Winkley to Miss Abigail K. Otis, both of 

Strafford. 
July 3, 1836 Mr. Andrew Berry to Miss Nancy Berry, both of this town. 
Aug. 9, 1836 Mr. Alfred Taylor to Miss Sally S. Gate, both of Barrington. 
Aug. 18, 1836 Mr. Gotton H: Foss to Miss Harriet Foss, both of Strafford. 
Oct. 9, 1836 Mr. Henry Whitehouse to Miss Lydia Drew, both of South- 
Berwick. N.B. The latter, L. D., of Strafford and not 

Berwick. 
Oct. 20, 1836 Mr. Alpheus Rogers of Efl&ngham to Miss Nancy Hodgdon 

of Barrington. 
Oct. 22, 1836 Mr. Silas Drew to Miss Eliza Jane Gaveriy, both of Bar- 
rington. 
Nov. 27, 1836 Mr. Jeremiah Mills to Miss Sarah Foss, both of Strafford. 
Dec. 18, 1836 Mr. William Hodgdon to Miss EUza T. Gray, both of 

Barrington. 
Dec. 22, 1836 Mr. WiUiam Gray to Miss Mary Thompson; both of 

Barrington. 
Mar. 22, 1837 Mr. Benjamin Foss of Rochester to Mrs. Joanna Otis of 

Strafford. 
Mar. 23, 1837 Mr. John Foss of Strafford to Mrs. Olive Vamey of Dover. 
Apr. 5, 1837 Mr. Samuel B. Shackford to Miss Martha S. Hale, both of 

Barrington. 
Apr. 21, 1837 Mr. Lemuel Critchet to Mrs. Susan Perkins, both of 

Strafford. 
June 29, 1837 Mr. Robert M. Reed to Mrs. Mary Stewart, both of 

Barrington. 
July 30, 1837 Dr. Levi G. Hill, M.D., to Miss Abigail B. Shackford, both 

of Gilmanton. 
Aug. 2, 1837 Mr. Ebenezer Seavey of Rochester to Mrs. Dorothy Seavey 

of Farmington. 
Oct. 17, 1837 Mr. Ezra T. Barry of Loudon to Miss Dorothy Foss of this 

town. 
Oct. 19, 1837 Mr. Ephraim Bunker, Jr., of Durham to Miss Olive Berry 

of Strafford. 
Nov. 19, 1837 Mr. Wilham Pierce of Barrington to Miss Sarsih Hanson of 

Strafford. 



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Dec. 6, 1837 Mr. William P. Hawkins to Miss Deborah Jane Caswell, 

both of Strafford. 
Dec. 3, 1837 Mr. Dennis Foss to Miss Patience Scruton, both of Strafford. 
Dec. 14, 1837 Mr. Francis Plumer of Somersworth to Miss Almira Otis of 

this town. 
Mar. 4, 1838 Mr. Calvin Seavey of Farmington to Miss H}Tenia Clark 

of Rochester. 
Mar. 4, 1838 Mr. Hall Pierce of Barrington to Miss SaUy Hall of Strafford. 
Mar. 15, 1838 Mr. Bickford Rand of Rochester to Miss Abigail Berry of 

Strafford. 
May 6, 1838 Mr. Levi Sanders, Jr., to Miss Anna Drew, both of 

Strafford. 
July 4, 1838 Mr. Henry C. King to Miss Mahitable Howard, both of the 

City of Boston. 
Aug. 16, 1838 Mr. Ira Wyatt of Wenham, Mass., to Miss Louisa Ann 

Wingate of Farmington. 
Nov. 5, 1838 Mr. Varney Lock of Boston, M[alss., to Miss Betsey Hunt- 
ress of this town. 
Nqv. 18, 1838 Mr. Elisha Hodgdon of Lebanon, M. E., to Miss Hannah 

Hayes of Strafford. 
Dec. 20, 1838 Mr. Jeremiah J. Foss to Miss Martha Hayes, both of 

Strafford. 
Jan. 1, 1839 Mr. William Strach[a]n to Mis Aleanor Foss, both of 

Strafford. 
Jan. 28, 1839 Mr. John Clark to Miss Love Clark, both of Barrington. 
Feb. 12, 1839 Mr. Darius Perkins to Miss Lanora F. Ham, both of 

Strafford. 
Apr. 3, 1839 Mr. Stephen Coffin of Wolfborough, N. H., to Miss Caro- 
line E. Foss of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Apr. 4, 1839 Mr. Azariah B. Hill to Miss Hannah Hall, both of Strafford. 
June 6, 1839 Mr. Silvanus C. Foss to Miss Lydia D. Foss, both of 

Strafford. 
Aug. 4, 1839 Mr. William Sanders to Miss Abigail M. Sanders, both of 

Strafford. 
Sept. 22, 1839 Mr. Stephen Johnson to Miss Catherine Johnson, both of 

this town. 
Sept. 29, 1839 Mr. Joshua P. Chamberlin of Alton to Miss Sally Sloper 

of this town. $3.00. 
Oct. 10, 1839 Mr. Jefferson Bickford of Wolfborough to Miss Sophia M. 

Huntress of Strafford. S3.00 
Dec. 8, 1839 Mr. Truworthy Tuttle of Farmington to Miss Hannah Otis 

of Somersworth. 
Mar. 29, 1840 Mr. Alfred Tasker to Miss Mary M. Hill, both of Strafford. 

All above recorded 
Apr. 12, 1840 Mr. Ephraim H. Caverly to Miss Mary Jane Critchet, both 

of Barrington. 
Apr. 16, 1840 Mr. George W. Brewster to Miss Phebe L. Ham, both of 

Strafford. 
Apr. 3, 1840 Mr. Bensley P. Cobb of Somersworth to Miss Martha Ann 

Foss of Strafford. 
July 9, 1840 Mr. Timothy Foss to Mrs. Judith A. Shepard, both of 

Strafford. 
Sept. 2, 1840 Mr. Enos W. Tuxbury of Salisbury, M[a]ss., to Miss Jane 

Stiles of Strafford. 
Oct. 8, 1840 Mr. John L. Parshley of Barnsted to Miss Maria Foss of 

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Nov. 12, 1840 Mr. John Huckins to Miss Hannah A. Hill, both of 

Strafford. 
Nov. 26, 1840 Mr. Caleb Twombly of Barrington to Miss Eliza Ann 

Clark of Strafford. 
Jan. 10, 1841 Mr. Warren Foss to Miss Deborah Jane Sloper, both of 

Strafford. 
Feb. 18, 1841 Mr. Dennis Clark to Miss Maria W. Clark, both of 

Strafford. 
June 1, 1841 Mr. Je emiah M. Hackett of Upper Gilmanton to Miss 

Mary Ann S. York of Rochester. 
July 18, 1841 Mr. WiUiam Felker to Mrs. Mary Thompson, both of 

Barrington. 
Oct. 3, 1841 At Farmington, Mr. Nehemiah Foss to Miss Sarah Jane 

Leighton, both of Strafford. 3.00 
Nov. 14, 1841 Mr. Edward Martin of New-Castle to Miss Sally Berry of 

Dover. 
Mar. 6, 1842 Mr. Hiram W. Scruton to Miss Rachael Roberts, both of 

Dover, N. H. 
Mar. 13, 1842 Mr. Jonathan Tuttle to Miss Sarah A. Waterhouse, bgth 

of Barrington. 
Apr. 3, 1842 Mr. Walter B. K. Otis of Somersworth to Miss Sarah P. 

Rand of Rochester. 
Aug. 11, 1842 Mr. EUjah Tuttle of Barrington to Miss Hannah Hanson 

of this town. 
Sept. 27, 1842 Mr. Vincent P. Tasker to Miss Hannah W. Walker, both 

of Strafford. 
Oct. 30, 1842 Mr. Joseph Emerson of Epsom to Miss Abigail Dow of this 

town. 
Dec. 22, 1842 Mr. George Berry, 2d, of Strafford to Miss Mary Danforth 

of Somersworth. 
Mar. 27, 1843 Mr. Ira H. Smith to Miss Bridgett J. Bodge, both of 

Barrington. 
May 7, 1843 Mr. Thomas C. Caverly to Miss Susan D. Place, both of 

Strafford. 
June 18, 1843 Mr. Tristram Ham to Miss Alice Ham, both of Farmington. 
July 23, 1843 Mr. Nathaniel Pickering to Mrs. Jane Howard, both of 

Bams ted. 
Aug. 27, 1843 James Young Demeritt, Esqr., to Miss Matilda Rowe, 

both of Madbury. 
Sept. 10, 1843 Mr. Ebenezer G. Cornell to Miss Catherine H. Caswell, 

both of Strafford. 
Nov. 30, 1843 Mr. John D. Hanson to Miss Esther Foss, both of Strafford. 
Dec. 28, 1843 Mr. Clement Ham to Miss Margaret R. Foss, both of 

Barrington. 
Jan. 30, 1844 Mr. Joseph T. Babb of Barrington to Miss Abigail Kimball 

of Strafford. 
Mar. 7, 1844 Mr. Samuel Felker to Miss Hannah H. Varney, both of 

Barrington. 
May 9, 1844 Mr. Charles Carter of Reading, M[a]ss., and Miss Eliza 

Jane Foss of Strafford. 
Nov. 14, 1844 Mr. Jonathan H. E. Johnson of Stow, Me., and Miss 

Sarah E. Johnson of Strafford. 
Nov. 14, 1844 Mr. Thomas Babb of New-Durham and Mrs. Abigail 

Sampson of Strafford. 
Nov. 14, 1844 Mr. Daniel L. Randall and Miss Lucretia H. Tufts, both 

of Farmington. 



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Nov. 26, 1844 Mr. Nehemiah Lufkin, Jr., of Chester and Miss Sally Hill 

of Strafford. 
Jan. 29, 1845 Wed. Mr. Lewis Stiles and Miss Hannah S. Slopcr, both 

of Strafford. 
Jan. 30, 1845 Thurs. Mr. Freeman Shepard and Miss Susan Leighton, 

both of Strafford. 
Mar. 6, 1845 Thurs. Mr. James H. Morrison of Boston, M[a]ss., and 

Miss Abigail B. Stiles of this town. 
Mar. 16, 1845 Sunday. Mr. Nathaniel Brewster and Miss Sarah Jane 

Babb, both of Strafford. 
Apr. 8, 1845 Mr. George W. Howard and Miss Sarah Ann Otis, both of 

Strafford. 
Apr. 16, 1845 Joseph Pickering, Eqr., and Miss Mary G. Smith, both of 

Bams ted. 
June 29, 1845 Mr. Stephen S. Jones and Miss Harriet Holmes, both of 

Strafford. 
Nov. 27, 1845 Mr. Samuel Bickford of Rochester and Miss Abby P. Foss 

of Strafford. 
Dec. 11, 1845 Mr. Marshall Rood & Miss Mary Foss, both of Portsmouth. 
Jan. 15, 1846 Mr. James W. Baker and Miss Mary E. Place, both of 

Strafford. 
Apr. 2, 1846 Mr. Jonathan C. Waldron and Miss Emeline S. Parshley, 

both of Strafford. 
Apr. 12, 1846 Mr. Charles T. Hayes and Miss Betsey C. Foss, both of 

Strafford. 
July 9, 1846 Mr. James R. Gilchrist of Maiden, M[a]ss., and Miss 

Mariah J. Langmaid of Strafford, N. H. 
Nov. 1, 1846 Mr. Frederick D. Joy and Miss Mary Ann Lougee, both of 

Strafford. 
July 11, 1847 Mr. Erastus D. Foss & Miss Frances M. Merrill, both of 

Strafford. 
July 18, 1847 Mr. Seth Vamey and Miss Lucy Howard, both of Rochester. 
Nov. 7, 1847 Mr. Silas Tuttle, Jr., and Miss EUzabeth S. Hall, both of 

Strafford. 
Jan. 23, 1848 Mr. David B. Winkley of Concord and Miss Mary S. 

Weeks of Strafford. 
Mar. 9, 1848 Mr. Charles H. Hayes of Strafford and Miss Sarah Jane 

Foss of Rochester. 
Apr. 13, 1848 Elder Tobias Foss and Miss Margret Sloper, both of 

Strafford. 
May 11, 1848 In Farmington Joshua Otis, Esqr., of Strafford and Miss 

Rebecca F. Ricker of Farmington. 
May 14, 1848 In Strafford Mr. William H. Noyes of Gloucester, Mass., 

and Miss Sarah M. Parshley of Strafford. 
July 13, 1848 In Strafford Mr. Joseph Tuttle and Miss Mahala Howard, 

both of Wakefield. 
Oct. 15, 1848 In Barrington Mr. Benjamin T. Berry of Strafford and 

Miss Martha Jane Felker of Barrington. 
Nov. 9, 1848 In Strafford Warner Clark, Esqr., of Francestown and 

Mrs. Sarah Ham of Strafford. 
May 3, 1849 In Strafford Mr. Jacob B. Smith of Bradford, Mass., and 

Miss Mary Ann Parshley of Strafford, N. H. 
June 24, 1849 In Barrington Mr. Horace H. Winchester of Marlborough, 

Vt., and Miss Mary Ann Felker of Barrington. 
July 22, 1849 In Farmington Mr. George W. Brown and Mrs. Lucretia H. 

Randall, both of Dover. 



42 Rev. Enoch Place's Record of Marriages [Jan. 

Not. 15, 1849 In Strafford Mr. Daniel J. Evins of Farmington and Miss 
Lov-ina Foss of Rochester. 
On the first day of this month, April 1850, The new law 
respecting Marriages came in force. 

Apr. 14, 1850 In Rochester, Mr. Oran Whitten, born at Newfield, M. E., 
Aged 25 years, and Miss Mary A. Eastman, born at 
Parsonfield, M. E., Aged 19 years, both of Rochester, 
N. H. 

Apr. 29, 1850 In Strafford, Mr. Nathaniel H. Seavey, and Mrs. Sarah G. 
Ham. The former born at Barrington, N. H. Aged 27 
years. The latter, born at Wolfborough, N. H., Aged 35. 
both of Barrington. 

June 26, 1850 In Strafford, Mr. Joseph Harris Smith, of Boston, Mas. 
and Miss Olive Ann Foss, of Strafford. The former was 
bom at Merideth, N. H., is 26 years of age. The latter 
was born at Strafford, N. H., and is 20 years of age. 

Sept. 6, 1850 In Barrington, Mr. Daniel Waterhouse and Mrs. Delia 
Corson, both of Barrington. The former born in Bar- 
rington now Strafford, Aged 36 yrs. The latter born at 
Raynham, Mass. Aged 32 years. 

Oct. 20, 1850 In Strafford, Mr. James G. Reed, of Newburyport, Mass., 
and Miss Hannah E. Parshley, of Strafford, N. H. The 
former bom in HoUis, N. H. Aged 27 years. The latter, 
bom in Strafford, N. H., Aged 31 years. 

Oct. 27, 1850 In Strafford, Dea. Joseph Hall and Mrs. Charlotte Scruton, 
both of this town. The former bom in Barrington (now 
Strafford), N. H. Aged 47 years. The latter born in 
Bamsted, N. H. Aged 47 years. 

Nov. 3, 1850 In Strafford, Mr. John Hussey of Rochester and Miss 
Abby E. Hanson of Farmington. The former born in 
Rochester, N. H. Aged 25 years. The latter Born in 
Bamsted, N. H. Aged 25 years. 

Jan. 23, 1851 In Strafford, Mr. Daniel G. Parker of Kittery, M. E. and 
Miss Mary J. Tuttle of Strafford, N. H.. The former 
born in Kittery, M. E. Aged 25 years. The latter born 
in Berwick, M. E. Aged 21 years. E. Place. 
Note. — The law passed July 7, 1849, is repealed, and a new 
law re[s]pecting marriages enacted, and in force July 4, 
1851. 

Oct. 12, 1851 In Strafford, Mr. Jonathan K. Felker of Barrington and 
Miss Eliza W. Hanson of Strafford. 

Not. 27, 1851 In Strafford, Mr. Richard W. Foss and Miss Emily Y. Place, 
both of Strafford. 

Apr. 29, 1852 In Strafford, Mr. John G. Tasker and Miss Mary C. Hall, 
both of Strafford. 

May 24, 1852 In Strafford, John C. Foss, Esqr., and Miss Mary E. Mont- 
gomery, both of Strafford. 

Aug. 29, 1852 In Strafford, Mr. Mark K. Foss and Miss Betsey L. Foss, 
both of Strafford. 

Not. U, 1852 In Strafford, Mr. Francis Piper of Strafford and Miss 
Hannah M. Gate of Northwood. 

Nov. 13, 1852 In Strafford, Mr. WiUiam G. Foye of Berwick, M. E., and 
Miss Nancy H. Hill of Somersworth, N. H. 

Apr. 10, 1853 In Strafford, Mr. Stephen D. Foss and Miss Mary A. 
Leighton, both of Strafford. 



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Dec. 3, 1S53 In Strafford, Mr. Charles Pierce and Miss Laura J. Rand, 

both of Strafford. 
May 9, 1854 In Strafford, Mr. Nathan K. Taylor of Northwood and 

Miss Susan H. Heselton of Notingham. 
Sept. 20, 1854 In Strafford, Mr. Charles A. Hill and Miss Adeline W. Foss, 

both of Strafford. The former aged 22 years. The latter 

aged 23 years. 
Nov. 16,1854 InStrafford, Mr. John K. Place of Strafford and Miss Hannah 

M. Perry of Barrington. The former aged 24 years. 

The latter aged 24 years. 
Dec. 2, 1854 In Strafford, Mr. Orin T. Hill and Miss Mary E. Foss, both 

of Strafford. The former, aged 29 years. The latter, 

Aged 32 years. 
Dec. 7, 1854 In Strafford, Mr. Shadrach Robinson of Notingham and 

Miss Lydia A. Tasker of Strafford. The former, aged 

21 years. The latter, aged 25 years. 
Jan. 4, 1855 In Strafford, Mr. Winthrop Langmaid and Mrs. Mary 

Huntress, both of Strafford. The former Aged 73 years. 

The latter Aged 70 years. 
Jan. 1, 1856 In Strafford, Mr. Daniel Durgin and Miss Sally Philbrick, 

of Pittsfield. 
Mar. 17, 1856 In Barrington, Mr. James M. CasweUof Strafford and Miss 

Abbie J. Drew of Barrington. 
July 17, 1856 In Rochester, Mr. Ham Foss and Mrs. Lucy Hanson, both 

of Rochester. 
Aug. 24, 1856 In Strafford, Mr. Daniel Gray and Miss Mary J. Moulton, 

both of Barrington. 
Oct. 19, 1856 In Strafford, Mr. Samuel Doe and Mrs. Elizabeth P. Sawyer, 

both of Rochester. 
July 4, 1857 In Strafford, Mr. Luther W. Davis and Miss Lizzie P. Hayes, 

both of Strafford. S4.00 
Dec. 31, 1857 In Strafford, Mr. William P. Stanton and Miss Lizzie H. 

Brock, both of Strafford. 
Mar. 7, 1858 In Strafford, Mr. Charles W. Young of Strafford and Miss 

Abby Swasey of Exeter. 
Jan. 23, 1859 In Strafford, Mr. Joseph Huckins and Miss Lizzie Coombs, 

both of Strafford. 
Jan. 26, 1859 In Strafford, Mr. Thomas Berry of Barnsted and Miss Sally 

Brewster of Strafford. Enoch Place. 
Apr. 11, 1859 In Strafford, Mr. Asa Caverly and Miss Betsey Y. Sanders, 

both of Strafford. 
May 1, 1859 In Strafford, Mr. Sylvester Foss and IMiss C. Jane Hall, 

both of Strafford. 
May 1, 1859 In Strafford, Mr. John W. HaU of Dover and Mrs. Lydia S. 

Seavey of Strafford. 
May 8, 1859 In Strafford, Mr. Tobias Brock and Miss Ann M. White- 
house, both of Strafford. 
Aug. 24, 1859 In Somersworth, Mr. Freeman Varney of Barrington and 

Miss Mary Hays of Strafford. 
Dec. 11, 1859 In Strafford, Mr. Hiram S. Thompson and Mrs. Eliza J. 

Nute, both of Strafford. 
Dec. 25, 1859 In Strafford, Mr. William Strach[a]n of Strafford and Mrs. 

Sarah A. Trask of Rochester. 
Jan. 29, 1860 In Barrington, John Peavey, Esqr., of Strafford and Miss 

Mary Clark of Barrington. 



44 New Englanders in the Florida Census of 1850 [Jan. 

Mar. 29, 1860 In Strafford, Mr. John W. Ham of Gilmanton and Miss 

Abby Y. Varney of Strafford. Enoch Place. 
Apr. 1, 1860 In Strafford, Mr. Charles C. Caswell and Miss Betsey M. 

Foss, both of Strafford. 
Mar. 18, 1861 In Strafford, Mr. Horatio G. Hanson, Jr., of Dover and 

Miss Fanney E. Berry of Strafford. — Enoch Place. 
May 15, 1861 In Strafford, Mr. Warren H. Perkins and Miss Nancy L. 

Foss, both of Strafford. 
May 26, 1861 In Strafford, Mr. John S. Montgomery and Miss Hattie J. 

Parshley, both of Strafford. 
June 11, 1861 In Strafford, Mr. George O. Hayes of Madbury and Miss 

Eliza A. Drew of Barrington. 
Sept. 14, 1861 In Strafford, Mr. Charles C. Dame and Miss Mary A. Berry, 

both of Strafford. 
Jan. 30, 1862 In Strafford, Mr. Jacob C. Rea of North Andover, Mass., 

and Miss Martha S. Berry of Strafford. 
Feb. 18, 1862 In Strafford, Mr. David 0. Hall and Miss Sophronia M. 

Tuttle, both of Strafford. 
Mar. 31, 1862 In Strafford, Mr. Oliver Brock and Miss Hannah Sanders, 

both of Strafford. 
Nov. 2, 1862 In Strafford, Mr. Charles M. Jewell of Barrington and 

Miss Maria L. Winkley of Strafford. 
Dec. 13, 1864 In Strafford, Mr. Harison Brock of Rochester and Miss 

Martha J. Carley of Farmington. 



NEW ENGLANDERS IN THE FLORIDA CENSUS 

OF 1850 

Contributed by Frank Mortimer Hawes, A.M., of Somerville, Maaa. 

The lists printed below contain the names of six hundred and 
twenty natives of New England who, according to the Census of 
1850, were then residing in Florida. The number following the name 
gives the age. Numbers in parentheses give the volume and page of 
the records where the name is found, and by referring to the accom- 
panying list of localities mentioned in each volume the place of 
residence may be easily determined. When husband, wife, or children 
are mentioned without names, the inference is that they were born 
outside of New England. The original record, of course, gives their 
names, ages, and places of birth. When the name of a State (abbre- 
viated) or country is given in parentheses, it indicates the native 
State or country of the person whose name immediately precedes the 
parentheses. 

The compiler of these pages consulted the original census returns 
at Washington, D. C, in the spring of 1920, before they had been 
damaged by fire. The neglect to house our national records in a 
place of absolute safety is almost criminal. 



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45 



Localities MB>rnoNED in Vol. 1 



Alachua Co., 14th Div., pp. 1-35. 
Benton Co., Chocochatta Settlement, 
pp. 40-50. 

Melendez Settlement, pp. 50-60. 
Calhoun Co., 5th Div., pp. 61-78. 
Columbia Co., pp. 80-156. 
Dade Co., Dist. No. 1, pp. 165-172. 
Duval Co., pp. 173-230. 

Jacksonville, pp. 173-185. 

Jacksonville Dist., pp. 186-200. 

Brownards Dist., pp. 200-205. 

Mandarin Dist., pp. 205-207. 

Black Creek Dist., pp. 207-225. 

St. John's Bar Dist., pp. 226-230. 
Escambia Co., pp. 232-307. 

Pensacola, pp. 232-265. 

Ist Div. Interior, pp. 265-282. 

Town of Warrington, pp. 283-295. 

U. S. Navy Yard, pp. 295-300. 

Dist. of Woolsey pp. 300-307. 
Franklin Co., 6th Div., pp. 308-338. 
Gadsden Co., 7th Dist., pp. 339-425. 



HamUton Co., 1st Dist., pp. 430-450. 

2d Dist., pp. 450-480. 
Hillsborough Co., pp. 481-545. 

Fort Brook, Tampa Bay, pp. 481- 

494. 
19th Div., Simmons Hammock Set- 
tlement, p. 494. 
Garrison, pp. 494-505. 
Peare Creek Settlement, pp. 505- 

508. 
Tampa Bay, pp. 508-510. 
Alefra Settlement, p. 511. 
Manatee Settlement, pp. 512-515. 
ChocomaUa Settlement, pp. 516- 

519. 
The River Settlement, pp. 519- 

520. 
Notassa Settlement, pp. 521-540. 
Jackson Co., 4th Div., North Dist., 
pp. 548-600. 
Town of Maranna, North Dist., pp. 
615-620. 



Localities Mentioned in Vol. 2 



Jefferson Co., MontticeUo, pp. 1-10. 

— — pp. 11-50. 

Leon Co., 8th Div., pp. 65-87, 101, 

107, 120, 141. 
Madison Co., 11th Div., pp. 159-225. 
Marion Co., Ocala, pp. 227-232. 
1st Dist., pp. 240-245. 
2d Dist., pp. 247-250. 
4th Dist., pp. 268-280. 
Monroe Co., 3d Dist., Tortugas, pp. 
282-284. 
4th Dist., Carboosahatchi, pp. 285- 

288. 
4th Dist., Charlotte Harbor, pp. 
289-290. 



Monroe Co. (continued), 

2d Div., Key West, pp. 291-299, 
317-333, 334-342, 362-375. 
Nassau Co., 17th Div., pp. 342-363. 
Orange Co., 18th Div., pp. 371-377. 
Putnam Co., 18th Div., pp. 390-395. 
St. John'sCo.,St.Augustine,pp. 396-425. 

Same Div. and Co., pp. 430-435. 

Same Div., St. Lucie, pp. 436-460. 
Santa Rosa Co., 2d Div., pp. 462-480. 
WakuUa Co., New Port, pp. 493-496. 

2d Div., Port of St. Mark's, pp. 497- 
500. 

Shell Point Dist., p. 570. 
Walton Co., 3d Div., p. 532. 



Persons Born in Maine 



Abbot, John, 35, laborer (1:233). 
Adams, Samuel, 11 (2:506), s. of Rev. 
Charles C. (Mass.) and Anne H. 
(N. H.). 
Angus, Thomas, 32, carpenter (2:294). 
Benner, Hiram, 34, merchant (2:296); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Berry, Eliza, 32 (2:210), wife of Lewis. 
George H., 12 (2:210), s. of Lewis. 
Josephine E., 15 (2:210), dau. of 

KendallL., 18 (2:210), s. of Lewis. 

Lewis, 40, carpenter (2:210); wife 

Eliza, chn. Kendall L., Josephine 

E., and George H. 

Boggs, John, 29, ship carpenter (1 :294). 

Boulter, Royal, 35, merchant (1:184), 

associated with Paron Moody. 
Burgess, Albert, 27, carpenter (2:452); 
wife. 



Bums, Shubael, 39, farmer (1:85); wife 

and 4 chn. 
CarroU, Nichols, 25, carpenter (1:288). 
Caverly, Sarah W., 23 (2:495), wife of 

James (Ireland). 
Clark, Huet, 20, laborer (1:289). 
Clifford, Samuel G., 38 (1:282); wife 

and 4 chn; DeUlah Fell in family. 
Collins, Andia [?], 55 (1:294), wife of 

James. 
James, 65, carpenter [?] (1 :294); wife 

Andia and a son. 
Couch, Charles, 20 (1 :331), s. of Henry. 
Henry, 54, laborer (1:331); son 

Charles. 
Crawford, James, 48, seaman, U. S. N. 

(1:298). 
James, 23, soldier (2:334). 
Leander M., 13 (1:3,32), s. of Ohver 

and Ehza Ann [?] (Mass.). 



46 



New Englanders in the Florida Census of 1S50 [Jan. 



Crooker, Hartley, 38, ship carpenter 

(2:373). 
Davis, William, 29, mariner (1:487); 

wife. 
Digner, Ellen, 4 (1:306). 
Dorr, Eben W., 27, merchant (1:299); 

wife and son. 
Doyle, James, 26, soldier (1:286). 
Dustin, John, 50, mariner (2:291). 
Elderkin, Frederick, 50, laborer (1 :313). 
Emery, John, 45, mariner (2:291). 
Fairbanks, Otis, 34, farmer (2:87) 

wife and 3 chn. 
Farewell, S. P., 28, mariner (2:298) 

wife and 2 chn. 
Favorright, Luis, 30, carpenter (1 :2S6) 

wife and 3 chn. 
FeU, DeUlah, 61 (1:282), in family of 

Samuel G. Clifford. 
Margaret, 20 (1:286), wife of Jno. 

G.; children. 
Frisbee, Thomas, 25, sailor (1:247); 

wife. 
Galergher, Peter, 19, ship carpenter 

(1:294). 
WilUam, 27, ship carpenter (1:294). 
[Perhaps these two men were 

brothers.] 
Gates, Charles, 22, teamster (1:492). 
Green, Daniel, 21, fisherman (1:247). 

Thomas, 53, carpenter (1:508). 
Griimell, Albert, 31, carpenter (1:304). 
Gwinn, James, 24, carpenter (1:288). 
Hale, Peter, 45 (2:240); wife and 

3 chn. 
Hanson, John M., 50, planter (2:407); 

wife. 
Harris, WilUam, 28, mariner (2:332). 
Hays, George, 45, mariner (2:289), Co. 

C, 4th Regt. Artillery. 
Hodgdon, Allen, 29, corporal, U. S. A. 

(2:436). 
Holland, Benjamin, 65, farmer (2:172); 

wife and 7 chn. 
Hosman, Samuel, 55, calker (2:462). 
Howard, EmeUne, 19 (1:332), probably 

dau. of Benjamin (R. I.). 
Luke, 26, mariner (2:333). 
Stephen, 29, farmer (1:493). 
Howe, A. P., 30, captain (1:492). 
Hun ton, Willliam, 30, laborer (2:373); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Jenks, David K., 28, no occupation, 

(2:458); wife. 
Johnson, Joseph, 23, sergeant, U. S. A. 

(2:436). 
Jones, James C, 32, pilot (1:287); wife 

and dau. 
Susan, 60 (1:249); 4 chn. 
Kendrick, W. H., 29, soldier (2:334). 
Ladd, Daniel, 32, merchant (2:499); 

wife. 
Lewis, Arch. S., 46, gunner (1:299); 

wife. 



Lewis (continued), 

Richard, 24, sailor (1:493). 
Little, H. M., 24, mariner (2:332). 
Lord, James, 49, farmer (2:347); wife 

ahd 7 chn. 
McCanly, Abial, 10 (2:76), in family 

with Mary Reed. 
McLean, Samuel, 41, mariner (2:334). 
Marshall, Joseph, 24, mariner (2:333). 
Mitchell, James, 57, seaman (2:333). 
John, 27, ship carpenter (1:294). 
Modion, Patrick, 28, soldier (1:507). 
Moody, Paron, 41, lumber merchant 

(1:184), associated with Royal 

Boulter; wife and 1 ch. 
Munstead, Ascar, 26, sailor (1:493). 
Murray, Wilham, 26, army [71 (2:436). 
Norton, George, 18, mariner (2:292). 
Parker, Luther, 44, carpenter (1:294). 

Samuel, 50, carpenter (1:286). 
Quincy, F. J., 45, watchmaker (2:407); 

wife and 5 chn. 
Reed, Marv, 33 (2:76), with Abial 

McCanly. 
Ricker, Samuel C, 40, grocer (1:313). 
Robertson, Zebulon, 45, gunsmith 

(1:453). 
RusseU, C. P., 30, sawyer (2:347); wife 

and 2 chn. 
Sares, Henry, 25, seaman, U. S. N. 

(1:298). 
Schofield, Charles A., 25, soldier 

(1:516). 
Sewall, John, 26, mariner (2:294). 
Seymour, Barnabas, 40, mariner (2 :332) . 
Sherborne, Henry, 40, mariner (2:292). 
Smith, Isaac W., 24, army [7] (2:436). 
James, 30, sailor (1:493). 
Julia, 27 (2:422), with Hannah Smith 

(Conn.). 
Snow, Antoinette, 30 (1:238), wife of 

Edwin S. 
Antoinette J., 6 (1:238), dau. of 

Edwin S. 
Edwin S., 34, sailor (1:238); wife 

Antoinette, chn. Rushus E., Mar- 
tha Ann, Antoinette J. 
Martha Ann, 9 (1:238), dau. of 

Edwin S. 
Rushus E., 11 (1:238), s. of Edwin S. 
Sprague, Ben., 35, mariner (2:291). 
Stevens, John, 35 (2:5); wife Sarah 

(N. H.) and 3 chn. 
Stringer, Abby M., 30 (2:452), wife of 

WilUam N. (Conn.). 
Swain, Catherine R., 50 (2:493), wife 

of Peter H. (N. Y.). 
Swift, Simeon D., 37, house carpenter 

(1:112). 
Vaughan, David, 52, mariner (2:334). 
Wakeman, E. P., 30 (2:409), wife of 

S. M. (Conn.). 
Ward, WilUam D., 38, blacksmith 

(1:174); wife Sarah R. (Mass.). 



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47 



Wells, A. S., 27, teamster (1:492). 
West, Gustavus O., 38, sea captain 

(2:493); wife and son. 
Whipple, William, 40, mariner (2:295). 
Whlteney, John, 50, carpenter (2:415); 

wife and 3 chn. 
Mrs., 28 (2:415), wife of John. 
Wiley, Charles, 48, navigator (1:179); 

wife Frances D. and 1 ch. 
Frances D., 30 (1:179), wife of 

Charles. 



Williams, A. W., 36, sailor (1:247). 
WUson, Charles S., 32, farmer (1:35); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Charles W., 22, clerk (1:197), in 

family of Horatio N. 
Horatio N., 26 (1:196); wife, son, and 

Chas. W. in family. 
Winley, Joseph, 35, ship carpenter 

(1:293). 
Witham, Samuel A., 43, physician 

(2:319); wife and 2 chn. 



Persons Born m New HIampshire 



Adams, Anne H., 37 (2:333), wife of 

Rev. Ch.arles C. (Mass.). 
Andrews, J. W., 42, carpenter (1:294). 
Belknap, M. P., 74, laborer (1:313). 
Bell, Joseph, 25, farmer (1:484-507). 
Bisbee, Cyrus, 32, merchant (1:190); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Blood, C. H., 35, merchant (2:78); wife 

Charlotte and dau. 
Charlotte, 25 (2:78), wife of C. H. 
Brown, George L., 31, merchant (1 :26). 

M. C, 36, merchant (1:481). 
Church, Lucius, 50, farmer (2:161); 

5 in family. 
Davis, EUza, 37, (2:292), wife of 

Daniel (Mass.). 
Nathaniel S., 30, carpenter (1:294). 
Deeprey, William H., 27, laborer 

(1:209). 
Done, Q. M., 28, engineer (1:299). 
Dustan, Francis, 41, teacher (2:430). 
EUenwood, James, 36, mason (2:2), bro. 

,of Stephen [?]; wife Louisa (^Iass.) 

and 3 chn. 
Stephen, 30, carpenter (2:2), bro. of 

James [?]. 
Emery, George, 32, carpenter (1:294). 
Forward, Mary A., 37 (2:396), wife of 

Wm..A., attorney at law; 4 chn. 
Gameson [? Jameson], James, 27, first 

engineer (1:494). 
Ham, WiUiam, 40, carpenter [?] (1 :294). 
Hanham, Fanny D., 59 (2:396), wife of 

James R., U. S. A.; 1 son. 
Hodges, Theodore, 35, carpenter 

, (1:294). 
Hodgkins, G. W., 23, clerk (1:317). 
Johnson, Elvira, 27 (2:373), wife of 

Charles (N. J.); 2 chn. 
John E., 27, lumberer (1:50), asso- 
ciated with John Parsons; wife 

and dau. 
Jones, Abel, 45, laborer (1:217); wife 

Frances (Fla.) and 1 son. 
Lackey, WilUam, 22, carpenter [7] 

(1:294). 



Libbey, Benjamin, 34, farmer (2:345). 

Lovatt, Janies, 37, army [?] (2:436). 

Morrill, WiUiam, 42, master mason 
(1:300). 

Parsons, John, 34, merchant (1:50), 
* associated with John E. Johnson. 

Preston, Peter, 32, stonecutter (1 :289) ; 
wife. 

Reid, Q. M., 35, carpenter (1:290). 

Richardson, Amos, 35, merchant 
(2 :78) ; sons Sidney and Frank. 
Frank, 2 (2:78), s. of Amos. 
Sidney, 4 (2:78), s. of Amos. 

Robinson, I. M., 32, lieut., U. S. A. 
(1:169). 

Ryan, James M., 25, laborer (1:507). 

Scott, William, 27, blacksmith (1:294). 

Shapley, Thomas, 30, carpenter (1:294). 

Stevens, Sarah, 28 (2:5), wife of John 
(Me.). 

Tarsons, Amander, 39, engineer 
(1:229); wife Elizabeth, 3 chn., 
Mary D., Joseph, and another son. 
Elizabeth, 35 (1:229), wife of Aman- 
der. 
Joseph, 12 (1:229), s. of Amander. 
Mary D., 13 (1:229), dau. of Aman- 
der. 

Towle, Fred, 52, merchant (2:69), with 
Daniel H. Ames (Conn.). 
Mary, 20 (1:354), in family of Rev. 
Joshua and Carohne Phelps (Conn, 
and N. Y.). 

Twitchell, Susan, 57 (2:452), wife of 
Timothy. 
Timothy, 67 (2:452); wife Susan and 
1 dau. 

Walker, George A., 16 (1:193), s. of 
Rebecca, in family of Ehsa Stone 
(Mass.). 

Webb, Allen G., 45, ship carpenter 
(1:77). 

Whitenburg, Jno, 32, 2d mate (1:494). 

Willard, Nathaniel P., 40, no occupa- 
tion (2:199); wife and 3 chn. 

William, Abbot, 25, soldier (2:33). 



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New Englanders in the Florida Census of 1S50 [Jan. 



Persons Born in Vermont 



Branch, Franklin, 47, M.D. and Metho- 
dist minister (1:512); wife and 

6 chn. 
Brodie, Andrew, 27, mariner (1:494). 
Brown, Charles, 71, farmer (2:240); 

wife and 1 son. 
Buffum, Richard V., 48, farmer (1 :520) ; 

wife and 1 dau. 
Burt, George, 33, merchant (2:399); 

wife and 1 ch. 
Carpenter, Ora, 32, hghthouse keeper 

(2:372); wife and 3 chn. 
William P., 21, soldier (1:494). 
Clark, Henry S., 41, merchant (1:513); 

wife and 1 son. 
Copelin, John C, 46, carpenter (1 :491). 
Davison, George, 26, soldier (1:169). 
Duffero, James, 29, fireman (1:494). 
Fowles, David, 32, farmer (1:130); 

wife and 1 dau. 
Godard, Asa, 54, bricklayer (1:512). 
Guilleman, John R., 19, carpenter 

(1:294). 
Hale, Joseph, 43, miUwright (1:50-54); 

wife and 4 chn. 
Hatch, Chancey L., 52, carpenter 

(2:318). 
Hinman, O. B., 35, soldier (2:287). 
Hoyt, Rufus, 40, school-teacher (1:46). 
Huff, Thomas C, 32, carpenter (1:294). 
Keyes, Seth, 26, corporal, U. S. A. 

(2:436). 
Lee, Edmund, 41, O. S. Presbyterian 

minister (1:514); a dau., wife 

Electa, 42 (1:514), wife of Edmund. 

Meigs, George A., 29, carpenter 

(2:319). 



Morse, Arthur, 33, sutler, U. S. A. 

(1:45); wife. 
NLxon, Jane S., 30 (1:63), in family of 

Dr. J. M. G. Hunter. 
Owens, Sophrone, 36 (2:333). 
Palmer, Hoyt, 30, sergeant, U. S. A. 

(2:436). 
Reichert, Sarah, 26 (2:49), wife of John 

(Germany). 
Reynolds, Wilham, 30 (1:252); wife. 
Roberts, Wilham, 31, postmaster and 

grocer (2:230); wife. 
Robertson, Robert H., 70, laborer 

(1:217). 
Roily, L. W., 25, painter (1:286). 
Rose, William C., 45, private, U. S. N. 

(1:297). 
Rowell, Simon D., 24, soldier (2:289). 
Stems, Thomas, 45, carpenter (1:290); 

wife and 10 chn. 
Stevens, Sylvanus, 24, soldier (2:334). 
Stimpson, S. [? L.], 33, laborer (1:521); 

wife and 3 chn. 
Strong, Jasper, 50, farmer (1:280); 7 in 

the family, including Loveridge. 
Loveridge, 11 (1:280), s. of Jasper. 
Wichwire, Henry A., 36, farmer 

(2:268); wife and 4 chn. 
Willard, George S., 35, brick mason 

(2:211). 
Wilson, Wilham, 50, bookseller (2:80). 
Woodbridge, F., 32, major, U. S. A. 

(1:169). 
Wright, Emily, 5 (1 :254), dau. of Benj. 

D. (born elsewhere). 
Emily J., 28 (1:253), wife of Benj. 

D.; 6 other chn. 



Persons Born m Massachusetts 



Adams, Charles C, 40, Prot. Episc. 

clergyman (2:333); wife Anne H. 

(N. H.), son Samuel (Me.), and 

1 dau. 
Edward, 45, seaman, U. S. N. (1 :299). 
AUen, Mrs., 50 (2:452), in family of 

E. E. Simpson (S. C). 
BaU, F. A., 42, trader (2:452). 
Barnard, Ed., — , druggist (2:66); wife 

and 1 son. 
Belknap, Jefferson P., 47, planter 

(1:201); wife and 2 daughters. 
BeU, David, 40, farmer (2:173); wife 

and 4 chn. 
Mary E., 40 (1:257). 
Benus, N. P., 31, agriculturist (2:499); 

wife. 
Bents, R. R., 40, minister of the Gospel 

(2:463); wife and 2 chn. 
Blanchard, H. R., 43, timber merchant 

(2:390); wife and 2 chn. 
Blodgett, Julia, 35 (2:293), wife of 

John L. (Conn.). 



Brian, Juha, 23 (2:178)l. 
Brown, O. S., 37, drayman (1:312). 
Bryant, Agata, 10 (1:296). 
Ann, 60 (2:173). 
George L., 26, merchant (2 :499) ; wife, 

dau., or sister. 
James W., 38, lawyer (1:183); wife 
Rebecca K., son Wilham A., and 
4 other chn. 
Rebecca K., 37 (1 :183), wife of James 

W. 
WilUam A., 13 (1:183), s. of James 
W. 
Bullock, George, 30, farmer (1:555); 
Martha Wood (R. I.) and her 
2 chn. in his family. 
Campbell, Wilham, 68, merchant 

(2:371). 
Carr, Sophia, 26 (2:409), wife of B. E. 

(N. y.); 4 chn. 
Castino, Andrew, 26, mariner (2:333). 
Center, George, 46, merchant (2:424); 
wife and 2 chn. 



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49 



Chapman, A. W., 41, druggist (1:309); 

wife. 
Chase, S. A. (female), 77 (1:281), per- 
haps mother of W. H. 
Thomas J., 48, judge of probate 

(2:1); wife and 3 chn. 
W. H., 50, U. S. engineer (1:281); 

wife, 1 ch., and S. A. 
Clapp, James C, 31, merchant (2:293). 
Clark, Amelia, 5 (1:180), with Jane 

Warner, both in family of John 

Clark, 36, sailor (Newfoundland). 

Asa, 50, farmer (1:17); wife and 2 chn. 

Clarkson, William, 25, school-teacher 

(2:467). 
Clisby, Aaron W., 22, school-teacher 

(2:71). 
Coleman, Hary, 28, sailor (1:333). 
Collar, Levi, 62, laborer (1:507); wife 

and 3 chn. 
Colt, Julia, 6 (2:399), dau. of Geo. and 

Lenora (born elsewhere). 
Conroy, James, 32, mariner (2:331). 
Costena, Adam A., 26, mariner (2:333). 
Coy, Amaziah, 49, hotel keeper (1 :209); 

wife Emilia and 3 chn. 
Emiha, — (1:209), wife of Amaziah. 
Crawford, EUza Ann, 28 (1 :332), wife of 

Oliver, 50 (bom elsewhere), and 

mother or sister of Leander M. 

(Me.). 
Crosby,Franklin, 25, soldier (garrison) 

(1:494-507). 
Cunningham, EUen, 8 (1:321), in an 

Irish family. 
Damon, George, 38, cabinetmaker 

(2:78); wife and 5 chn. 
Davis, Daniel, 37, carpenter (2:292); 

wife EUza (N. H.) and 4 chn. 
Dean, Emily, 40 (1:407), wife of 

William, mother of EUzabeth, 

Wilham, and Henry [?]. 
Henry, 10 (1:407), s. of William. 
EUzabeth, 15 (1:407), dau. of 

WilUam. 
WiUiam, 53, farmer (1:407); wife 

Emily, chn. EUzabeth, WiUiam, 

Jr., and Henry, and 4 others. 
WiUiam, Jr., 12 (1:407), s. of 

WilUam. 
Dee, John H., 8 (1:299), parents born 

in Ireland.' 
Delano, Edward H., 35, naval con- 
structor (1:295); wife Marv R. 
Mary R., 35 (1:295), wife of Edward 

H. 
Devery, EUzabeth, 27 (1:301), wife of 

Thomas (Ireland). 
Dickinson, Ebenezer, 25 (1:440), bro. 

of Rufus and JuUa. 
JuUa, 26 (1:440), wife or sister of 

Rufus. 
Rufus, 35 (1:440); wife or sister 

JuUa and bro. Ebenezer. 



Dodge, Albert, 38 (1:330), s. or bro. of 

D. K. 
D. K., 55, broker (1 :330); son or bro. 

Albert and clerk Sydney Curtis 

(Conn.). 
Doggett, John D., 24, farmer (1:179), 

living with Maria [? his mother] 

and others. 
Maria, 40 (1:179), Uving next to 

Samuel Burrett and family 

(Conn.); 4 chn., including John 

D. and Simeon F. 
Simeon F., 14 (1:179), Uving with 

Maria. 
Donaldson, WilUam S., 45, carpenter 

(1:174); wife and 3 chn. 
Dorman, Rodney, 32, lawyer (1:176). 
Doyle, Martin, 28, seaman (1:298). 
Drysdale, Lois H., 50 (2:404); 5 chn. 
Dyer, Lucy, 32 (1:508), wife of John 

(Ireland); 3 chn. 
Eagle, Shepherd, 40, mason, building 

the fortress at Key West (2:329). 
EUenwood, Louisa, 36 (2:2), wife of 

James (N. H.). 
Ellis, Barnard, 29, merchant (2:497). 
John, 47, mariner (2:462); wife and 

2 chn. 
M. P., 40, merchant (1:311); wife 

Susan Ann and 3 chn. 
Susan Ann, 30 (1:311), wife of 

M. P. 
Ely, Horace, 63, physician (1:619); 

wife. 
Fish, EUza, 33 (2:318), wife of James 

(Conn.); 1 ch. 
Flagg, Francis H., 39, merchant (2:78); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Fletcher, Christopher, 56, farmer 

(2:101); wife and 1 dau. 
Floyd, George W., 37, farmer (1:378); 

wife and 1 son. 
Forsyth, CordeUa M.,20 (2 :452), wife [?] 

of Joseph (Conn.) ; 1 ch. 
Frye, John B., 49, blacksmith (1:2). 
FuUer, Buckley S., 45, Baptist min- 
ister (2:4); wife Maria B., chn. 

Edmund and Maria A. 
Edmund, 19, carpenter (2:4), s. of 

Buckley S. 
Maria A., 14 (2:4), dau. of Buckley 

S. 
Maria B., 40, (2:4), wife of Buckley S. 
Gardiner, A. N., 39, Ord. Dept. (1 :282); 

wife. 
Gardner, John H., 28, mariner (2:299); 

wife. 
Glazier, Abigail P., 33 (1:513), wife of 

Ezekiel. 
EUzabeth Ann, 12 (1:513), dau. of 

Ezekiel. 
Ezekiel, 35, carpenter (1:513); wife 

Abigail P., chn. EUzabeth Ann 

and 3 others. 



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New Englanders in the Florida Census of 1S50 



[Jan. 



Gomez, Emanuel, 50, mariner (2:396); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Gosnel, John, 16, (1;323), of Irish 

parents. 
Grafton, H. D., 32, capt., U. S. A. 

(2:2S5), Co. B, 3d Regt. Artillery. 
Grover, Robert R., 52, farmer (2:141); 

wife and 1 dau. 
Guild, J. Q., 63, teacher (1:244); wife 

and 1 dau. 
Halloway, Seymore, 33, engineer 

(1:175); wife and 2 chn. 
Hanley, James H., 35, farmer (1:207); 

wife and 3 chn. 
Harvey, Mary C, 45 (2:362), wife of 

Samuel (S. C); 5 chn. 
Hayden, Joseph S., 42, soldier (1:170). 
Hazell, Allen, 33, farmer (1:155); wife 

and 3 chn. 
Hicks, R. L., 36, postmaster (2:296); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Higgins, Miles, 45, ship carpenter 

(2:479); wife. 
HoUiday, Robert, 39, (1:302); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Howard, Ora, 44, inspector (2:406). 
Howe, Charles, 46, deputy collector of 

customs (2 :292) ; wife Eliza (Conn.) 

and 5 chn. 
Hoyt, John C, 47, underwriter's agent 

. (2:296). 
Hudson, B. N., 40, superintendent 

(2:347); wife Emma, dau. Hannah. 
Emma, 33 (2:347), wife of B. N. 
Hannah, 3 (2:347), dau. of B. N. 
HuU [? Hall], Harriet R., 28 (2:67), 

wife of David E. (Conn.). 
Humphrys, Mary S'., 48 (2:407), wife 

of Judge Gad (Conn.). 
Hutchins, Cynthia A., 28 (2:65), wife 

of Geo. "W. (S. C); chn. Mary W. 

and 2 others. 
Mary W., 7 (2:65), dau. of Geo. W. 

and Cynthia A. 
James, WilUam H., 25, clerk (1:295). 
Jones, Adehne, 38 (1:182), wife of 

Thomas W. (Ohio); 1 dau. 
Thomas, 19, sailor (1:322). 
Kelsey, I. M., 33, machinist (2:452). 
Lacy, Stephen H., 36, mariner (2:404); 

wife. 
Landon, Isaac, 40, ship carpenter 

(2:462). 
Lane, Herman, 41, farmer (1:150); 

wife Lucinda and 1 dau. 
Lucinda, — (1:151), wife of Herman. 
Lawrence, John, 45, mariner (2:291). 
Lewis, Rodman, 58, chaplain, U. S. N. 

(1:295); wife and 2 chn. 
Linch, Charles, 55, carriage maker 

(2:223); wife and 3 chn. 
Lowd, Allen, 53, U. S. A. (2:436); 1 son. 
McClarkey, James, 28, farmer (1:279); 

wife and 2 chn. 



McConnell, H., 30, soldier (2:287). 
Madden, E., 36, landlord (2:493); wife. 
Manley, Hiram, 47, merchant (2:73); 

wife and 1 son. 
Maxwell, Rebecca F., 31 (2:107), wife 

of Wra. M. (Ga.); 4 chn. 
Mayo, Mathew, 25, sailor (1:323). 
Moore, Ale.xander, 55, laborer (2:475). 

James H., 23, laborer (1:511). 
Nash, Charles A., 36, cotton weigher 

(2:80). 
Louis, 24, blacksmith (2:75). 
Nickerson, L. T., 35, blacksmith 

(1:290). 
Nourse, Benjamin F., 37, merchant 

(1:335); wife Sarah (Conn.) and 

dau. Sarah (Conn.). 
Noyes, Alonzo B., — , merchant 

(2:160); wife and 4 chn. 
Oakes, Horatio N., 35, soldier (2:334). 
Parker, Richard, 36, engineer (1:321); 

wife. 
Partridge, John, 44, hotel keeper 

(1 :322) ; wife and 1 dau. 
Mrs., 36 (1:322), wife of John. 
Paul, William, 31, carpenter (2:228); 

wife and 1 ch. 
Pease, Rob H., 28, clerk (2:329). 
Porter, WilUam, 24, mariner (2:332). 
Prest, Gabriel, Sr., 68, farmer (2:247); 

wife and 4 chn. 
RUey, EUza B., 39 (1:263). 
Roach, Lucy, 37 (2:120), wife of 

Spencer J. (Ga.); 5 chn., and 

Richard Hunter (N. Y.) in family. 
Robins, N. C, 40, merchant (1:329). 
Robinson, Daniel, 55, teacher (2:367). 
Ross, John J., 40, lawyer (1:235); wife 

and 1 dau. 
Rutherford, N. F., 21, laborer (1:325). 
Sanders, Jesse, 70, farmer (1:206); 

6 chn. (all born in Fla.). 
Sanford, William, 53, caulker (1:247). 
Seymour, Thomas, 28, caUco printer 

(1:512). 
Sheckles, Harriet, 25 (1:209), in fam- 
ily of John (Va.) and perhaps his 

wife; 2 chn. 
Sheldon, Arad, 32, laborer (2:374), per- 
haps bro. of John D. 
John D., 40, inspector of customs 

(2:373), perhaps bro. of Arad. 
Shough, John H., 28, soldier (2:290). 
Smith, C. A., 28, merchant (1:287), 

wife and 1 dau. 
Soule, Jacob, 41, carpenter (2:390); 

wife. 
Stickney, Joseph, 33, mariner (2:367); 

wife and 1 dau. 
Stone, David, 48, farmer (1:207); 

2 sons. 
EUsa, 69 (1:193), named immediately 

after George and wdfe; Rebecca 

Walker in family, also George A. 



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51 



Stone (continued), 

Walker (N. H.) and 2 young 
Walkers. 
George, 40, farmer (1:193); wife. 
Stoughton, Reuben S., 35, farmer (1:2). 
Summers, Samuel, 45, farmer (1:188); 

wife and 1 son. 
Sutton, Louisa, 35, (2:162), wife of 

Benjamin S. (Ga.); 3 chn. 
Sweeney, Daniel, 7 (1:300), s. of 

Edward (Ireland). 
Thompson, John, 50, navigator (1:179); 
wife and 4 chn. 
Richard, 22, sailor (1:247). 
William, 40, sailor (1:247), s. or bro. 
of Richard [7], the names being 
separated by that of William 
Sanford. 
Tist, Jacob 11., 32, stage driver (1:248). 
Toms, Daniel, 40, cooper (1:211); wife 

EUsa (Fla.) and 2 chn. 
Tweed, Charles A., 36, sawyer (1:253); 
wife Rose, dau. Emily J., and 
5 other chn. 
Emily J., 13 (1:253), dau. of Charles 
A. and Rose; next name is that of 
Emily J. Wright. 
Rose, 36 (1:253), wife of Charles A. 
Vaughan, John D., 85, farmer (2:362). 
Wade[?l, Luther P., 61, farmer (1:433); 
son Weede. 
Weede [?J (1:433), s. of Luther P. 
Walker, Dudley, 55, purser, U. S. N. 
(1:295). 
James, 28, mariner (2:295). 
Rebecca, 36 (1:193), in family of 



Walker (continued), 

EUsa Stone, probably mother of 

George A. (N. H.) and 2 others. 
Walter, John C, 40, mariner (2:291). 
Ward, G. C, 45, wagon master (1 :492). 
Sarah R., 39 (1:174), wife of WilUam 

D. (Me.). 
Ware, Elbridge, 32, printer (2:294). 
Warner, Jane, 16, (1:180), with Amelia 

Clark, both in family of John 

Clark, 36, sailor (Newfoundland). 
Zenas, 50, farmer (2:171); wife and 

7 chn. 

Watson, F. S., 33, (1 :303); wife. 

WatUe, Merrick, 25, mariner (2:333). 
Weaver, William T., 45, painter 

(1:234). 
Welch, James, 20, mariner (2:331). 
Wheaton, Francis J., 30, lawyer (2:159). 
Whitney, Charles M., 29, soldier 

(2:334). 
Whittaker, Francis, 40, carpenter 

(2:373); wife and 5 chn. 
WUbur, Daniel, 29, soldier (2:286). 
WUkey, Frederick, 51, farmer (2:392), 

bro. of WilUam [?]. 
WilUam, 53, farmer (2:392), bro. of 

Frederick [?]. 
Willard, RosweU, 38, farmer (2:218); 

wife. 
Williams, EUza, 28 (2:372), wife of 

Peter (Canada); 4 chn. 
Wilson, Benjamin, 35, lumber mer- 
chant (1:208); wife and 2 chn. 
Wood, WiUiam T., 34, merchant 

(1:330); wife. 



Persons Born in Rhode Island 



Allen, Darius, 45, carpenter (2:411); 

wife and 6 chn. 
Ballou, Ezra B., 32, merchant (1:347); 

wife. 
BUss, S. R., 39, carpenter (2:455); wife 
and 2 chn.; WilUam Bliss (Conn.) 
on same page. 
Brown, Henry, 40, mariner (2:334). 
Clarke, Samuel, 60, planter (2:363); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Cleveland, Adaline, 40 (1:329), wife of 
Seth. 
George, 15 (1:329), s. of Seth. 
Henry, P., 7 (1:329), s. of Seth. 
Sally, 9 (1:329), dau. of Seth. 
Seth, 45, laborer (1:329); wife Ada- 
Une, chn. George, Henry P., Sally, 
and Seth, Jr. 
Seth, Jr., 12 (1:329), s. of Seth. 
Cozzens, Charles, 74, merchant (2:446) ; 
wife EUzabeth, chn. \V. L. and 
4 others (named below). 
EUzabeth, 72 (2:446) wife of Charles. 
EUzaboth, 38, school-teacher (2:446), 
dau. of Charles and EUzabeth. 

VOL. LXXVI. 4 



Cozzens (continued), 

Frances, 30(2:446), dau. of Charles!?]. 
John, 72, no occupation (2:446), bro. 
of Charles [7] and perhaps father 
of some of the others of the name . 
Martha, 32 (2:446), wife of W. L. 
Mary, 34 (2:446), dau. of Charles 

or John. 
Robert, 40, no occupation (2:446), s. 

of Charles or John. 
W. L., 36, mariner (2:446), s. of 
Charles or John; wife Martha and 
1 dau. 
Crane, C.H., 25, surgeon,U.S.A.(2-.289). 
Cross, Benj. F., 19, clerk (2:498). 
Dexter, Abbey, 60 (1:136), mother of 
Thos. D. [7), in family of Mary P. 
Tusvant. 
Thomas D., 36, merchant (1:136); 
wife and 2 chn. 
Gibbs, AmeUa, 30 (2:391). 
Harris, Elizabeth A., 35 (2:159), wife 
of John R. 
John R., 38, merchant (2:159); wife 
Elizabeth A. and 1 son. 



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New Englanders in the Florida Census of 1850 [Jan. 



Hasty [?], George Z., 28, laborer (1 :94). 
Howard, Benjamin, 50, pilot (1:332); 

dau. [?] Emeline (Me.). 
Howland, Edward C, 34, brick mason 

(2:211); wife and 3 chn. 
Jandrell, Ann E., 37 (2:319), wife of 

John (S. C). 
Jenkes, Hannah B., 49 (2:424), with 

Maria B., a dau. [?]. 
Maria B., 21 (2:424), perhaps dau. 

of Hannah B. 
Laughton, Isaac, 40, ship carpenter 

(2:462). 
Manchester, S, 66, laborer (1:330). 
MitcheU, J. H., 38, merchant (1:336). 
Nichols, Albert C, 24, spinner (1 :507). 
Perkins, George, 30, sailor (1:486); 

wife and 3 chn. 
Price, Samuel, 36, laborer (1:336). 



Smith, F. M., 18, clerk (1:332). 

James W., 40, (2:570). 

Southwick, Lyman, 46, farmer (2:430). 
Taylor, John C., 34, carpenter (1:73). 
Traine, William, 22, ship carpenter 

(1:247). 
Tusvant, Mary P., 38 (1:136), wife of 

Daniel (S. C.); Abbey Dexter in 

the family. 
Weeden, William, 20 [? 30), cabinet 

maker (1:244). 
Wescott, Mary E., 32 (1:68). 
Wheaton, James S., 30, miller (1:409); 

wife and 2 daughters. 
Williams, C. P., 25, mariner (2:292). 
W. E., 27, tinman (2:294); wife. 
Wood, Martha, 57 (1:555), in family of 

George Bullock (Mass.), with her 

2 chn. 



Persons Born in Connecticut 



Ames, Daniel H., 31, druggist (2:69), 

with Mary E., wife or sister. 
Mary E., 19 (2:69), in family with 

Daniel H. 
Avery, Albert L., 32, merchant (1 : 244) ; 

wife and 3 chn. 
M. B., 38, merchant (1:328). 
O. M. (7 Owen M.], 35, lawyer 

(1:242); wife and 2 chn. 
Bigelow, Robert, 53, farmer (1:194); 

wife and 6 chn. 
Bliss, William, 23, sailor (2:455), with 

David Snow, whose name sepa- 
rates him from S. R. Bliss (R. I.). 
Blodgett, John L., 41, physician 

(2:293); wife JuUa (Mass.). 
BonneU, Ely, 28, stage driver (1:176). 
Bordeaux, David, 60, digger (1:421); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Braman, EUza A., 22 (2:318), wife [?] 

or dau. [?] of Erastus D. 
Erastus D., 41 , cabinet maker (2 :318) ; 

Eliza A. and Mary J. in his family. 
John D., 16, clerk (2:375), clerk for 

Latham Brightman, perhaps s. of 

Eriistus D. 
Mary J., 12 (2:318), in family of 

Erastus D. 
Brightman, Latham, 36, merchant 

(2:375). 
Brown, Shubal, 35, carpenter (2:318). 
Bucklin, William, 28, carpenter (1 :328). 
Buddington, Osias, 53, merchant 

(1:212); wife and 7 chn. 
Buel, Leonard, 37, seaman (1:336). 
Burrett, Louisa A., 34 (1:179), wife of 

Samuel L. [or D.], next to Maria 

Doggett (Mass.). 
Robert C. (1:179), s. of Samuel L. 

(or D.]. 
Samuel L. (or D.], 40, lawyer (1 :179) ; 

wife Louisa A. and son Robert C. 



Bushnall, Abigge (female), 40 (1:514); 

4 in family, which follows Anson 

and family. 
Anson, 49, cooper (1:514); 5 in 

family. 
Butterfield, William, 35, mariner 

(2:295). 
Button, Walter, 56, farmer (1:29); son 

and dau. 
Clark, David A., 31, merchant (2:296) . 
EUzabeth, 36 (2:317), wife of Robert, 

sheriff (born elsewhere); 2 chn. 
Colglove, James, 25, carpenter (2:318). 
Comstock, William, 28, mariner 

(2:295). 
CuUin, Sarah, 28 (1:318); 2 chn. 
Curtis, Cornelius, 35, merchant(2:319); 

wife. 
Sydney, 34, clerk (1:330), clerk for 

D. K. Dodge (Mass.). 
Daggett, John, 50, merchant (2:296). 
Day, Charles, 30 (1:334), perhaps a 

bro. of Daniel J. 
Daniel J., 40, merchant (1:334); 

wife [?] Emily E. and bro. [?] 

Charles. 
Emily E., 23 (1:334), wife (?] of 

Daniel J. 
M. W. (female), 27 (1:329), perhaps 

teacher in G. B. Lewis's school. 
Denison, WiUiam, 40, mariner (2:332). 
Doan, W. H., 37, pilot (1:327). 
Douglas, Harriet N., 50 (1:174), wife 

of Thomas. 
Thomas, 60, lawyer (1:174); wife 

Harriet N. 
Dunbar, A., 35, merchant (2:346); 

wife. 
Dutton, George, 45, U. S. engineer 

(2:296). 
EUeson, Abby, 42 (1:335), wife of 

Benjamin, merchant. 



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Farrand, Charles E., 16 (1:296), s. of 

Lieut. Eban F. and Elizabeth (?]. 
Ehzabeth, 38 (1:296), wife of Lieut. 

Eban F. 
Emma, 24 (1:296), dau. of Lieut. 

Eban F. [? by former wife). 
Fish, James, 33, mariner (2:318); wife 

and 1 ch. 
Floyd, Francis M., 20 (1:25). 
Forsyth, Joseph, 48, mill owner (2:452); 

Cordelia M. (Mass.) and another, 

a child, in family. 
Frethey, George W., 53, tailor (2:295). 
Galagher, Martha, 22 (1:335). 
Gardner, John R., 50, colonel (1:492). 
Garrason, Laura M., 35 (1:54), head 

of family; 1 son. 
Grave, Thomas, 33, stevedore (1:335). 
Green, Wilham, 50, carpenter (1:492); 

wife and 2 chn. 
Hancock, Susan, 43 (1:328), wife of 

Anson (born elsewhere). 
Harris, Ezra, 53, pilot (2:298); wife. 
Hawley, Benjamin S., 34, custom- 
house officer (1:324); wife and 

1 dau. 
Nelson, 42, farmer (1:549); wife. 
Hayden, Marybeth, 44 (1:63-68), wife 

of Nehemiah; 5 chn. (born in Ala. 

and Fla.). 
Nehemiah, 54 (1:63-68); wife Mary- 
beth. 
Hobart, Charles, 12 (1:334), s. of 

Peter. 
John, 7 (1:334), s. of Peter. 
Mary Ann, 15 (1 :334), dau. of Peter. 
Mary Ann, 40 (1:334), wife of 

Peter, mother of his 6 chn. 
Peter, 42, merchant (1:334); wife 

Mary Ann, chn. Mary Ann, 

Charles, John, Peter, and 2 others. 
Peter, Jr., 5 (1:334), s. of Peter. 
Holmes, E. G., 36, merchant (1:334); 

wife and 1 son. 
Howe, Eliza, 43 (2:292), wife of 

Charles (Mass.); 5 chn. 
HuU (? Hall], David E., 31, saddler 

(2:67); wife Harriet R. (Mass.). 
Humphrys, Gad, 60, judge of probate 

(2:407); wife Mary S. (Mass.) and 

4 chn. 
Joyner, Caroline D., 54 (1 :295), wife of 

Robert (born elsewhere). 
Keyser, William J., 30, merchant 

(2:462). 
Knapp, Chester P., 36, merchant 

(1:250); wife and 3 chn. 
Lane, William, 40, carpenter (2:329); 

wife. 
Leonard, Martha, 49 (2:320); dau. [?] 

Phebe. 
Phebe, 18 (2:320), dau. of Martha [7]. 
Leslie, Robert C, 51, clerk in custom- 
house (1:339); wife and 5 chn. 



Lewis, G. B., 22, teacher (1 :329) ; wife [?] 

M. B. 
M. B. (female), 29 (1:329), in family 

of G. B. 
Lyon, Robert, 50, banker (2:79); wife 

and 2 chn. 
McClench, Mary A., 3 (1:508). 
Marthis, C. H., 40, tavern keeper 

(1:330). 
Marvin, Aaron, 72, merchant (2:3); 

2 younger ones, a son and a dau. [?], 

in family. 
May, Mariah, 32 (1:333), wife of 

Robert (Ga.); 1 dau. 
Morgan, Adeline, 18 (1:213), wife of 

Osias. 
Osias, 24, merchant (1:213); wife 

Adeline. 
Munson, Asa, 60, farmer (1:196); wife 

and 2 chn. 
Nelligan, Michael, 44, cabinet maker 

(2:404); wife and 3 chn. 
Nourse, Sarah, 29 (1:335), wife of 

Benjamin F. (Mass.). 
Sarah, 13 (1:335), dau. of Benjamin 

F. (Mass.) and Sarah. 
Park, John, 47, hospital steward 

(2:318); wife. 
John C, 27, sailmaker (2:295). 
Parks, Calvin, 28, mariner (2:333). 
Parsons, John, 40, merchant (1:29-35). 
Patterson, Alexander, 58, inspector of 

customs (2:447); wife and 6 chn. 
Peck, Sarah, 51 (2:407), mother of 

John E., M.D. (N. Y.). 
Phelps, Caroline, 38 (1:354), wife of 

Joshua, minister (N. Y.); 2 chn.; 

Mary Towle (N. H.) in same 

family. 
PhUips, George, 41, mason (2:283). 
Plurdy, David, 50, teacher (1:494-507). 
Powers, Wilham, 40, merchant (1:618); 

wife and 3 chn. 
Pratt, C, 38, merchant (1:329); wife 

Jane E. and son Charles. 
Charles, 4(1 :329),s.of C. and JaneE. 
Daniel, 30 (1:329), in family of C. 

and Jane E. 
Jane E., 32 (1:329), wife of C. 
Putnam, Helen K., 40 (2:396), wife of 

Benj. A. (born elsewhere); 1 dau. 
Raymond, Martin, 35 (2:332). 
Read, Arthur M., 35, merchant (1 :174); 

wife and twin chn. 
Roberts, Ann Maria, 45 (1:486), wife 

of John W., physician (born else- 
where). 
Rogers, Charles, 26, seaman (1:492). 
Ruan, John G., 50, merchant (1:318); 

wife. 
Russell, Marv E., 32 (2:230), wife of 

Wm. A. "(N. Y.); 2 chn. 
Savage, John P. K., 22, attorney at 

hiw (2:70). 



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Sawyer, Benjamin, 45, merchant 
(2:375); wife Elizabeth. 
Elizabeth, 40 (2:375), wife of Ben- 
jamin. 
Winthrop, 27, mariner (2:329-333). 
Smith, Frances K., 50 (2:396). 

Hannah, 73 (2:422), probably mother 
of Buckingham Smith (Ga.); JuUa 
Smith (Me.) in family. 
Samuel, 30, mariner (2:333). 
Sylvester W., 23, soldier (2:334). 
Snow, David, 32, laborer (2:455), 
recorded with William Bliss and 
followed by S. R. BUss (R. I.). 
Stow, David, 28, merchant (1:334). 
Stringer, WilHam N., 40, clerk (2:452); 

wife Abby M. (Me.). 
Sutton, Robert, 36, mariner (1:312). 
Tift [TeftJ, Asa F., 41, merchant 
(2:294); wife and 1 ch. 
Charles, 31, merchant (2:293); wife, 

son Charles, and 1 other ch. 
Charles, Jr., 6 (2:293), s. of Charles. 
Lucius, 39, shoemaker (2:294), next 

after Asa F. and wife. 
Solomon, 64, pilot (2:296). 
Thorpe, Theodore, 35, laborer (2:318). 
Tomlinson, C. S., 50, merchant (1 :334). 



Tracey, Erasmus D., 39, farmer (2 :342) ; 

wife. 
Von Pfister, EUza, 41 (2:293), wife of 

Wm. H. (N. Y.). 
Wakeman, S. M., 42, merchant(2:409); 

wife E. P. (Me.). 
Warren, George, 50, seaman (2:532). 
Washington, Anna C, 10 (2:412), dau. 

of George and Susan H. (both 

born elsewhere). 
Wheeler, Augusta T., 20 (1:213), dau. 

of John H. and Hester H. 
Hester H., 44 (1 :213), wife of John H. 
John H., 55, merchant (1:213); wife 

Hester H. and dau. Augusta T. 

[This family follows that of JohnO.] 
John O., 27, merchant (1:213); wife 

Nancy, chn. Mary Hester and 

2 others. 
Mary Hester, 6 (1:213), dau. of 

John O. and Nancy. 
Nancy, 23 (1 :213), wife of John O. 
Whitamore, S. P. (female), 19 (1:329), 

perhaps teacher in school of G. B. 

Lewis. 
WUliams, Esther, 74 (1:299). 
Wright, H. G., 30, Ueut., U. S. Engi- 
neers (2:283); wife and 2 chn. 



GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH IN ENGLAND 

Communicated by the Committee on English Research 

[Continued from vol. 75, page 301] 

Jenkin 
Contributed by Eben Pdtnam of Wellesley Farms, Mass. 

The records published in this contribution show the English 
ancestry and connections of Martha Jenkin, wife of William Eaton, 
who came to New England in 1637 and, after living for several years 
at Watertown, Mass., removed to Reading, Mass., where he died in 
1673. 

There were several Jenkin or Jenken families in co. Kent, England, 
and the probate and parish records of the sixteenth and seventeenth 
centuries referring to persons of this name in that county are numer- 
ous. The records selected for publication here relate chiefly to Henry 
Jenkin of Coldred, co. Kent, the grandfather of Martha (Jenkin) ■ 
Eaton, and his descendants, although a few early wills and sundry 
parish records of persons whose relationship to the Henrj' Jenkin 
family has not yet been proved are given, in the hope that they may 
be helpful to subsequent investigators who may attempt to carry the 
ancestral line farther back than has been done in this article. Abstracts 
of many wills of the Jenkin families of Hawkhurst and Folkestone, 



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CO. Kent, and of other wills of the Coldred faxaily are in the posses- 
sion of the contributor, but, as they throw no light on the ancestry 
of Martha (Jenkin) Eaton, they are not printed here. A brief 
genealogy, tracing the descendants of Henry Jenkin down to the 
latter part of the seventeenth century, follows the records. 

From Probate Records 

The Will of Joan Jenktn, wife of William Jenkyn of Hith [co. Kent], 
proposing to visit the shrine of St. James in Galicia and other holy places, 
dated 14 May 1490. To be buried in the churchyard of the chapel of St. 
Leonard, Hith, or wheresoever it pleaseth God. A messuage in the "Middil- 
ward" in Heth is to be sold, and the proceeds are to go to a certain chaplain 
— 5 marks for celebrating in said chapel for one half year for my soul and 
my parents' souls, 20s. for my obit, 263. 8d. for my trental, and 26s. 8d. for 
my anniversary. To Avice Att Stone, daughter of John at Stone of Salt- 
wood, for her marriage, 40s. To John At Combe of Saltwood 6s. 8d. Residue 
to William Jenkyn, my husband, whom I appoint my executor. Proved 
3 November 1490 by the executor. (Consistory of Canterbury, vol. 3, fo. 
266.) 

The Will of Alice Genkyn of Lymmynge [co. Kent], widow, dated in 
April 1499. To be buried in the churchyard of Lymmynge. To the high 
altar 4d., and to each of the chief Ughts of the church of Lymmage 2d. To 
each of my godsons 4d. Residuary legatee and executor: my son Thomas 
Genkyn, who is to dispose of my goods for the health of my soul and those 
of all my benefactors. Proved 5 June 1499 by the executor. (Consistory of 
Canterbury, vol. 5, fo. 31.) 

The Will of William Jenken of the town and port of Hethe [Hythe, co. 
Kent], dated 20 January 1522 [1522/3]. To be buried in the north part of 
the churchyard of St. Leonard, Hethe, between Johan and Iden, my wives. 
To the high altar, repairs of the church, every brotherhood within the church 
of which I am a brother, the parish priest, and the parish clerk small bequests, 
20s. to be bestowed at my burying to priests, clerks, and poor folk to sing 
and pray for my soul, and 20s. at my month's mind. To every brother and 
sister of the hospital of St. Bartholomew next Hethe 4d. To my son William 
Jenkyn my best mazer, half a dozen silver spoons, my best feather bed, a 
chest, all painted cloths and other in my house in which I dwell, a folding 
table, etc. To Thomas at Wodde and wife Julian my part of the tramell boat 
called the Nicholas, a sprat net, and two silver spoons. To my godson Wil- 
ham Hoker a silver spoon. To my godson Thomas at Wodde a feather .bed. 
ToZbe spent at Hethe for the wealth of my soul, 20s. The residue of craft 
belonging to' the sea and of moveables to be sold. Ex'ecutors: my son William 
Jenken and Thomas at Wodde, and to each 6s. 8d. The residue of my goods 
for the health of my soul. Supervisor: John Hales, and to him 6s. Sd. Wit- 
nesses: Nicholas RIette, Thomas Forster, WLUiam Marten. 

My will disposing of lands in Hethe, Saltwood, and Folkestone. My 
feoffees to sell lands in Folkestone to the use of the will and to pay my debts. 
My son William to have a tenement in Saltwood and the tenement I now 
dwell in, the slaughterhouse, and the stable with ox stall in fee simple, except 
that Thomas at Wodde and wife Julyan shall have their dwelling within my 
dweUing house with my son William for their lives, Thomas keeping it in 
sufficient repair with my son William and not meddling with my other houses 
except by assignment of my son William. From the residue of my estate 
10s. yearly to be bestowed in St. Leonard's church. [No record of probate.) 
(Consistory of Canterbury, vol. 13, fo. 141.) 



56 Genealogical Research in England [Jan. 

The Will of Thomas Jenkyn the elder of Lymmynge [co. Kent], made "in 
the year 1538," when he was suffering from the "infirmyte of sikness. " To 
be buried in Lymminge churchyard. For two masses with dirge. At my 
month's mind two masses with dirge and the expenditure of 20s. in bread 
and drink. At my year's mind the yearly expenditure for eight years of 13s. 
4d. in masses and charitable deeds for my soul and for my "father's and 
mother's soul Symon and Elizabeth," and my "wive's souls, Emme and 
Margaret." To the high altar at Lynmiinge for offerings forgotten I'id. For 
the repairs of the church 6s. 8d. To my godchildren Robert Amount and 
his son and to my godsons WilUam Webbe and Thomas Draper 6s. 8d. To 
my executors, William Jenkyn and William Nycholas the elder, and to 
Stephen Ladd, my overseer, who are to dispose of my goods as they think 
most expedient for my soul and the souls of my father and mother and 
wives, 6s. 8d. Witnesses: Henry Clarke, curate of Lymminge, Richard 
Mongeham, John Bateman, John Charelles. Proved 12 October 1538 by 
the executors. (Consistory of Canterbury, vol. 17, fo. 19.) 

The Will of .William Jenktn of Lyminge [co. Kent], dated 2 October 1556. 
To be buried in the churchyard of Lyminge. To the high altar. For masses 
and for a mass and dirge at my month's day and for bread, drink, and pastie 
to refresh the poor people and all other that shall be there 26s. 8d. To 
Thomas Jenkyn, my son, and Joan, my daughter, all moveables equally, 
except my feather bed, which Thomas Jenkyn, my son, shall have. 

To Thomas Jenkyn, my son, my tenement at Lyminge Street, with all the 
lands, with reversion to William, son of said Thomas; but if he die before 
his father, it shall remain to Thomas, my son, in fee simple. To John 
Pleyer 6s. 8d. To Richard Jenkyn 6s. 8d. To each of my godchildren 4d. 
Residue to my executors, Thomas Jenkyns, my son, and John Spicer, and 
for their labors 6s. 8d. to each. Witnesses: John Chasse, the two executors 
with their wives, Henry Stace, Thomas Ket the younger, Henry Jenkyn, 
Robert Sloden. Proved 24 November 1556. (Consistory of Canterbury, 
vol. 26, fo. 125.) 

The Will of Henry Jenken of Colredd (Coldred, co. Kent], yeoman, dated 
26 January 1574 [1574/5]. To the church at Cokedd 6s. 8d. To Edward 
JenkjTi, my youngest son, fourscore pounds, viz., £40 at the age of eighteen 
years, £20 at the age of twenty-one years, and the remainder at the age of 
twenty-four years; but, if he die, to his brothers. To my son Richard 
Jenkyn, at the age of sixteen years, — ewes or £40 and ten wethers. To 
Marian Jenkyn, Rose Jenkyn, Elizabeth Jenkyn, and Jane Jenkyn, my 
daughters, to each £20 at the age of eighteen years. To my daughter Mar- 
garet a red mare. To my sister Jean Parrett 6s. 8d. for life. To Rose, Marian, 
Elizabeth, Jane, and Margaret, my daughters. To Henry Parrett. To 
Robert Dyrick. To my sister EUzabeth Harryson's children. To my wife 
Margaret. To my eldest son Thomas and wife Margaret. To my son Richard 
at the age of twenty years. Executors: my son Thomas and wife Margery. 

To my son Thomas Jenkyn lands in CoLredd; and, if he die without issue, 
to Edward Jenkyn. Land in Lymmage and Postling to my wife Margery 
until Richard is twenty years of age, and also to my wife lands in Postling 
until my son Edward is twenty years of age, when Richard is to have the 
lands in Lymmage and Edward the lands in Postling. Witnesses: Stephen 
Spyser, John Hammond, Robert Backe, Thomas Graye. Proved 9 July 1575. 
(Archdeaconry of Canterbury, vol. 42, fo. 171.) 

The WiU of Thomas Jenkin the elder of Lyminge [co. Kent], dated 12 
December 1591. To be buried in the churchyard at Lyminge. To the poor 
of Lyminge. To my wife Parneli a cow, taken at her choice amongst my 



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kine, and at her death to her son David Oldfield, or 40s. in Heu of the cow. 
To my son Wilham Jenkin, his executors and a.ssigns, my great kettle and 
£4 sterhng. To my son Jolm Jenkin my cupboard and my wagon, with the 
wheels, yokes, and tighs thereon. To my son Stephen my best brass pot, 
table, and frame, and my young mare. To my daughter Margery, now \vife 
of Henry Wood, £14. To my daughter Ursula a linen blanket, a woolen 
blanket, and £20. To my daughter Agnes my best coverlet and 20s. To_ 
Richard and Elizabeth, children of my daughter Joan, 20s each. To my' 
late servant, Richard Jull. To each of my children's children 2s. 6d. To 
Thomas and Pamell Richardson 2s. 6d. each. To Agnes Richardson one 
sheet. To Parnell, my wife, and Joane, Agnes, Margery, and Ursula, my 
daughters, the residue of my linen equally. The residue of my goods to my 
son Thomas Jenkin, my executor; but, if he refuse, then my son John is to 
be executor and to pay Thomas 20s. 

To John, my son, and his heirs in fee simple my messuage at North 
Lyminge and all lands thereto belonging, which I bought of Thomas Rolfe, 
he paying to my wife £3 yearly and also to Thomas Corner, son of my 
daughter Joan, £4. To my son Stephen and his heirs in fee simple a parcel 
of my land in Ljoninge, about sixteen acres, called Great Battis. To my son 
Thomas and his heirs in fee simple one parcel of my lands in Lyminge, about 
two acres, called Little Battis, and two acres at Pedlinge in Lyminge pur- 
chased of John Taylor, he paying to my daughter Joan Corner and her heirs 
£6 a quarter of a year after my decease and allowing my wife to remain in 
the tenement wherein I now dwell for a quarter of a year after my death. 
Witnesses: Henry Watson, Edward Norton, Henry Rolfe. Proved on the 
last day of February 1591/2 by Thomas Jenkin, the executor. Inventory, 
£70. 3s. lOd. (Consistory of Canterbury, vol. 37, fo. 21.) 

Administration on the estate of Henhy Jenkyn of Hothe, co. Kent, was 
granted 18 June 1595 to Joan, the rehct. Sureties: William Wilkes of Hothe, 
tailor, and John Button of Hothe, husbandman. Inventory, £5. 19s. 4d. 
(Consistory of Canterbury, vol. 10, fo. 109.) 

The Will of Margaret Jenkin of Coldred [co. Kent], widow, dated 6 April 
1607. To the poor of the parish of Caple 3s. 4d. To Marrian Rolfe, my 
daughter, my best gown, best petticoat, and best hat. To Abigail Lushington, 
daughter of Thomas'Lushington, my son-in-law, all my beds, bedding, sheets, 
Unen, and woolen. To Thomas Jenkin, my eldest son, one piece of gold at 
10 shilhngs. To Richard Jenkin, my second son, 40s. To Edward Jenkin, 
my youngest son, one piece of gold, 10 shillings. To Elizabeth Saunders, my 
daughter, £5. To Margaret Percye, my daughter, 20s. To Marryan Rolfe, 
my daughter, £10 and an annuity of 10s. out of my lands in Hythe, West 
Hythe, and Saltwood. To the said Abigail Lushington £15. To Thomas, 
son of Thomas Lushington, my son-in-law, £10, and to Edward, son of the 
said Thomas Lushington, my son-in-law, £10, each to be the other's heir. 
To all the children of my sons and daughters a lamb. Residue to my said 
son-in-law, Thomas Lushington, whom I make my executor. 

To Jane Lushington, my daughter, wife of the said Thomas Lushington, 
and her assigns all my lands in the parishes of Hythe, West Hythe, Saltwood, 
or elsewhere in Kent, for twelve years after my decease, the said lands to go 
to John, eldest son of Thomas Lushington, and his heirs for ever, with 
reversion to such son or sons and then to such daughter or daughters of said 
Thomas begotten by said Jane, and then reversion to said daughter Jane 
and her heirs for ever. Witnesses: Richard Munameryes, Daniel Woodward, 
Edward Nashe. The mark of Margery Jenkin. Proved 14 March 1609/10 
by the executor. (Consistory of Canterbury, vol. 56, fo. 343.) 



58' Genealogical Research in England [Jan. 

The Will of Richard Jenkjn of Lympne [co. Kent], yeoman, dated 
8 November 1611. To the poor of Lympne 10s. To my wife Priscilla £40, 
various articles of furniture, etc., and a quarter of good wheat and of malt 
yearly during the lease of the farm I now occupy and while she remains my 
widow. To my sons John and Henry Jenkin and my daughter Alice Jenldn 
each £80, the sons at the age of twenty-one and the daughter at the age of 
eighteen, each to have £6 yearly until they attain the age of sixteen. To my 
'son Wilham £100 at the age of twenty-three years. To my son Edward £50. 
If either of the four younger children, Wilham, Thomas, Henry, or Alice, 
die, their legacies are to be divided among the survivors. To my son Richard 
all moveable goods, leases, etc., and he is to be executor. Overseers: my 
brother Thomas Jenkin and my friend Thomas Tavener, gentleman. 

My lands and tenements in Lyminge or elsewhere in Kent to my son 
Richard and his heirs for ever. Witnesses: John Francis, Richard Cullinge. 
Proved 16 July 1612 by the executor. (Archdeaconry of Canterbury, vol. 65, 
fo. 177.) 

The Will of Thomas Jenkine of Couldred [co. Kent], yeoman, dated 

24 January 1613 [1613/14]. To be buried in the church of Couldred. To 
the poor of Couldred, Ewell, Caple, and Tydmeston. To my godchildren. 
To my wife Margaret four chests in my house, aU my plate, and the use of 
the parlor in my now dwelling house and of the chamber over the parlor 
until the Feast of St. Michael next after my decease. To my son Henry 
Jenkine the low, jointed bedstead whereon the children lie, etc., and a great 
brass pot. To my son William a bedstead in the chamber over the parlor. 
To my son Henry £100, and, if he die before his now wife, to such child or 
ohildren as he may have at his decease. To my son William Jenkine £100. 
To my daughters Katherine Denn and Barbara Fantinge. To every son of 
every my children now bom £6. To every daughter of every my children 
now born 403. To Elizabeth Rachell, my aunt, wife of Henry Rachell. To 
my servant Katherine Rogers [?]. Sole executor: my son Thomas. If he 
refuse, then my son Henry; and if he refuse, then my son Edward; and if he 
refuse, then my youngest son Wilham. Overseers: my son-in-law William 
Fantinge of St. John's in the Isle of Thanet and my cousin Richard Jenkin 
of Lyn [?Lympne] near Hithe. 

To my wife Margaret £20 annuity out of my lands in the parish of Eythorne 
and lands called Deeringe in Dymchurch, Orgarswick, and Burmaish. To 
my third son, Edward, twelve acres of marsh. To my wife Margaret an 
annuity out of thirty-three acres of marshland in Deeringe in the above 
parish. To my youngest son twenty acres and a messuage in Tydmeston 
and Northbome, he to give to my son Edward a free way over the land to 
the twelve acres of marsh given to him. Witnesses: Richard Marshe of 
Martin, John Hamon of Couldred, Richard Coulter of Couldred. Proved 

25 February 1613 [1613/14] by Edward Jenkin.* 

Codicil, nuncupative, to be annexed to the ■nill of Thomas Jenkin the 
elder, late of Couldred, yeoman, deceased, January 1613 [1613/14]. To my 
son Thomas a great brass pot and spitt, one corslet, and timber near his 
dweUing house in Culdred which came from Eighorne. To my son Henry a 
corslet or armor furnished, a halberd, a fowling piece, and a grey colt. To 
my son Edward an armor furnished. Codicil proved 21 September 1614. 

A decree appointing Edward Jenkin executor, by his proctor, Alexander 
Horwood, mentions Margaret Jenkin, widow, Thomas , Jenkin of Ej^thorne, 
Henry Jenkin of Rainham, Wilham Jenkin, citizen of Canterbury, Katherine 
Jenkin alias Denn, wife of Thomas Denn of Sandwich, and Barbara Fantinge, 
wife of WilUam Fantinge of St. John's, Isle of Thanet. (Consistory of 
Canterbury, vol. 42, fo. 233.) 

•A caveat waa entered 16 February 1613/14 agiunst the proving of the will by Thomaa Jenicin. 
the executor. (Archdeaconry of Canterbury. Act Book 27, fo. 50.) 



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The Will of William Jenkyn of Dymchurch, co. Kent, yeoman, dated 
22 December 1615. To my three sons, William, Thomas, and John, all my 
goods equally between them, except £5 which I give to Thomazyne Francs, 
my wife's daughter; and each son is to pay to my wife Isabel during her Ufe 
a tenth part of his portion. Sole executor: my son William. The mark of 
Wilham Jenkyn. Witnesses: John Greene, Stephen Gorley, the mark of 
George Bull. Proved 9 January 1615/16 by the executor. (Archdeaconry of 
Canterbury, vol. 55, fo. 284.) 

The Will of Margaret Jenkyn of the town and port of Sandwich [co. 
Kent], widow, dated 28 April 1616. To be buried in the church of Coldred, 
near my late husband. To the poor of the parish of St. Mary the Virgin, 
Sandwich. To Mr. Stephen Hasram, minister of St. Mary, my good friend, 
to preach at my burial, 20s. To Thomas Jenkyn, my eldest son, a silver salt 
and a wedding ring. To Katherine, my daughter, wife of Thomas Denne of 
Sandwich, £20. To Daniel and Katherine, her children, and to her future 
children. To Barbara, my daughter, wife of William Fantinge of St. John the 
Baptist in Thanet, yeoman, £20, and to her children. To my daughter 
Barbara my best gown and a gold ring. To my daughter Katherine a gold ring 
with a death's-head thereon. To my daughters Katherine and Barbara and 
to Katherine, daughter of my daughter Katherine, my wearing linen except 
my handkerchiefs. To my daughter Katherine my hat lined with velvet and 
a taffety apron. To my second son, Henry, a gold ring with this poesie, 
"We join our hearts in God, " also a bed, etc. To Edward, my third son, my 
gold ring with this poesie, "Remember the Giver." To my two daughters 
and my son Edward twelve silver spoons. To Daniel and Katherine, children 
of my daughter Katherine, £12, and to Katherine, daughter of Katherine, 
my riding hood, cloak, and hood. To Joan, daughter of Katherine, my 
daughter, a silk scarf. To each grandchild hving 20s., and the same to the 
next child my daughter Katherine has, to be paid to said children at the age 
of fourteen years. To Vincent, son of Margaret Ladd, my grandchild, now 
wife of Thomas Ladd, 20s. at fourteen years of age. To William Jenkine, my 
youngest son. Witnesses: Thomas Den, Thomas Harryson, Richard Pynder. 
Proved 15 December 1616. (Archdeaconry of Canterbury, vol. 56, fo. 22.) 

The Will of Edward Jenkyn, "the unprofitable servant of God," of the 
parish of St. John Baptist in the Isle of Thanet, yeoman, "weak of body," 
dated 12 August 1624. To my wife Mary, for life, £8 yearly, a feather bed, 
a,,bolster, two blankets, a coverlet, two pairs of sheets, a pillow, two pillow 
coats, and the bedstead in the lower chamber, "and this shall suffice for my 
wifes portion wherewith shee sayth shee is now right well pleased and con- 
tented. " To my son Edward £5 within a half year after my decease. To my 
son Daniel £35, viz., £20 within one year of my decease and £15 within two 
years of my decease. To my daughter Priscilla, wife of Wilham Hamon, 5s., 
and to William, her son, at the age of thirteen years, £13 which William, his 
father, oweth me. To my daughter Margaret £20 within half a year of my 
decease. To my daughter Martha £20 within one year of my decease. To 
my son Thomas all my land in Thanet, and he is to be executor. The mark 
of Edward Jenkyn. Witnesses: Roger Laminge, John Tamlyn, Nic: Osbonne. 
Proved 14 September 1624 by Thomas Jenkyn, the executor. (Archdeaconry 
ofiCanterbury, vol. 66, fo. 19.) 

The WUl of Edward Jenken of Cheriton [co. Kent], yeoman, dated 
22 July 1625. To the poor 20s. To my wife Joan the household stuff in the 
parlor and chamber where I lie, a gelding, and £50, my plate and rings to 
come to my three children after her decease. To my eldest daughter, Jane 
Jenkin, lands in Gouldred, Ewell, and Liddon, at the age of seventeen. To 



60 Genealogical Research in England [Jan. 

my second daughter, Elizabeth Jenkin, marshland in Dymchurch, Burmarsh, 
and Orgariswick, and £600 is to be paid within two years to my brother 
William Jenken, to pay her when she is eighteen. To my third daughter, 
Mary Jenken, messuages, etc., and a lease of the Abbots land, otherwise 
called Cliff land or the manor of Statmor in Capell alias St. Mary Marge or 
Folkstone, at the age of nineteen, she paying to her mother-in-law £30 yearly 
for life. To my three daughters, Jane, EUzabeth, and Mary, lands in Gonne- 
stone and Wingham equally, with remainder, failing their heirs, to the heirs 
male of my brothers Thomas and William Jenkin equally. To my wife £16 
yearly for the bringing up of my every child. To my daughter Jane rents 
from lands bequeathed to her and to Elizabeth, until she is seventeen. 
Executor and residuary legatee: my eldest brother, Thomas Jenken of 
Eythorne, who is to be accountable to my daughter Jane when she is twenty- 
six. Witnesses: John Strout, David Nairne. Proved 22 April 1626 by the 
executor. 

Sentence was given 18 July 1626 in favor of the above will for the executor 
against Joan Jenken, widow, and the three daughters. (Archdeaconry of 
Canterbury, vol. 64, fo. 208.) 

The Will of William Jenkin of Minster, in Thanet [co. Kent], yeoman, 
dated 12 February 1639 [1639/40]. To the poor who shall report at my house 
at my burial 20s., besides such victuals as are thought fit. To the poor of 
Minster 20s. To Elizabeth Orton of St. Peter's, Thanet, 10s. To my wife 
Mary household stuff and tenements at Minster for Ufe, if she educate as is 
fitting my daughter Mary or allow her £15 yearly until eighteen years of age; 
remainder to my son Thomas in tail male. To my eldest daughter, Hannah, 
wife of John Franklin, £10. To my second daughter, Margarett Jenkin, 
lands in St. Peter's and £100 at the age of twenty. To my youngest daughter, 
Mary Jenkin, £500 at the age of eighteen. My daughters are to have £100 
only, if they marry without their mother's consent. To my son Thomas the 
remaining lands. Overseers: my brother Mr. John Sackett, minister, and my 
brother Thomas Jenkin, yeoman. Witnesses: John Sackett, John Picard, 
scrivener, John Francklyn. Proved 22 February 1639 [1639/40] by Thomas 
Jenkin, the executor. (Archdeaconry of Canterbury, original will, uncalen- 
dered.) 

Sentence was given in March 1639/40 in favor of the executor against the 
widow and daughters. (Archdeaconry of Canterbury, Act Books, vol. 33, 
fo. 244.) 

The Will of Daniel Jenkin of St. John Baptist, Isle of Thanet, yeoman, 
dated 3 September 1646. To Margaret, my "now wife," £5 per annum. 
To my youngest son, Daniel, £60 at the age of twenty years. To my daughter 
Sarah £45 at the age of twenty or at her marriage. Residuary legatee: my 
son Thomas. Witnesses: Harry Jenkins, Thomas Wats. (Archdeaconry of 
Canterbury, 1646, no. 76.) 

The Will of Mart Jenkins of Birchington, Isle of Thanet, widow, dated 
14 October 1656. To my daughters, Hannah, wife of John Franklin, Margaret, 
wife of John Pamphlet, and Mary, wife of Richard Hart. To every one of my 
grandchildren. My brother William Sackett. My daughter Mary Harty. 
To my grandchildren Mary Franklin, William Jenkins, Mary Harter, and 
Mary and Elizabeth Pamphlet a silver bowl, silver cups, and gold rings. 
Executor: my son Thomas Jenkins. Two trunks, the writings only excepted. 

Codicil, dated 14 October 1656. To my grandchild Mary Harty at fifteen 
years, and to William Harty at twenty-one years. To my other two grand- 
children, Richard and Valentine Harty, at twenty-one years. The bequest to 
my daughter Pamphlet is canceUed, and the gold ring there given is to be 



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given to my grandchild Elizabeth and my grandchild Ann Pamphlet. My 
daughter Margaret. Witness: John Sackett. Proved 20 September 1661. 
(Consistory of Canterbury, vol. 53, fo. 128.) 

The Will of Thomas Jenkin of Stowting [co. Kent], gentleman, dated 
29 November 1656. To my eldest son Thomas the mansion house I live in 
called Stowting Court, with moveables, etc., and all lands there and in 
Horton and Dimchurch. My wife Margaret is to be guardian of my son 
Thomas until he is twenty-one. To my second son, Henry, at twenty-one. 
To my sons Robert and William £100. To my daughters Susan, Margaret, 
and Mary, to each £100. To my daughters Sarah, Elizabeth, Ann, Katherine, 
and Alice, to each £100 at the age of eighteen. Overseers: my brother John 
Jenkin of Deal and Stephen Hobdaie of Folkestone. Witnesses: Thomas 
Jenkin the elder, Robert Jenkin, Sr. Proved 19 November 1657. (P. C. C, 
Ruthven, 436.) 

The Will of Margaret Lake of London, widow, dated 16 January 1661 
[1661/2]. To be buried in the grave of my late husband, Edmond Lane, in 
the parish church of St. Dunstan's in the East, London. To my sister Martha, 
wife of William Eaton, now, I think, in New England, £100 within one year 
next after my decease. To her five children £20, to be equally divided 
aniongst them, and also within the hke time, to their said father or mother 
for their use, whose acquittance shall be a sufficient discharge to my executor 
for the same. To my cousin Sarah Barett, daughter of my late brother 
Daniel Jenkin, deceased, and now wife of John Barett, £20. To her eldest 
daughter, Sarah Barett, £30, and to her son John Barett and her other 
daughter, Mary Barett, £20 apiece. To the three children of my late sister 
Priscilla Hammond, deceased, late wife of William Hammond, £10 apiece 
within one year after my decease. To Thomas Jenkins, eldest son of said 
deceased brother Daniel Jenkins. To my other cousin Daniel Jenkins, son 
of said deceased brother, whom I make my executor. Witnesses: Henry 
Travers, Scr. in Smithfield, Jo. Newland, Micah Machell, and Samuel Fox, 
his servants. 

Codicil, made 3 September 1662. Cousin Thomas Jenkins of Minster, co. 
Kent, who is appointed overseer the said 3 August [sic] 1662. 

Adininistration on the estate of the testatrix was granted 5 August 1667 
to Elizabeth Jenkin, rehct and administratrix, with the wiU annexed, of 
Daniel Jenkins, deceased, executor of the above will. (P. C. C, Carr, 107.) 
[This abstract of the will of Margaret Lane has been adapted from the 
abstract published in Register, vol. 37, p. 378, and reprinted in Waters's 
"Genealogical Gleanings in England," vol. 1, pp. 9-10.] 

The Will of Henry Jenkin of St. Mildred, Canterbury [co. Kent], gentle- 
man, dated 20 August 1664. Executrix: my wife Mary. To my son Robert 
a seal ring with my arms upon it. My son Henry. My son Thomas. To my 
daughter Margaret, wife of Mr. Thomas Jenkin of Minster, a piece of gold 
called a spur royal. Their son Henry. My daughters Mary and Elizabeth. 
Proved 20 April 1666. (Archdeaconry of Canterbury, vol. 72, fo. 244.) 

The Will of Thomas. Jenkin the elder of Eythome [co. Kent], dated 
8 February 1665 [1665/6]. To my grandchildren Henry, John, and Thomas, 
sons of my son Henry, deceased. To my grandchildren Mary Terry and 
Susan Bunce, daughters of my son Henry, deceased. To my four grand- 
children, John and Henry Jenkin, Thomas Terry, and James Bunce. To 
Thomas Jenkin, son of my son Thomas of Stowting, deceased. Thomas 
Jenkin is to pay to his grandmother, my wife, Susan Jenkin. Proved 10 June 
1668. (Consistory of Canterbury, vol. 72, fo. 430.) 



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The Will of Daniel Jenkins of St. John Baptist, Isle of Thanet, mariner, 
dated 21 February 16G6 [1666/7]. To my natural brother, Thomas Jenkins, 
£5. To my cousin Daniel Hammond £10. My two cousins, Priscilla, wife of 
William Ansell, and Jane, wife of Nicholas Fairman, sister of Daniel Ham- 
mond. To my niece Sarah Barrett, daughter of John Barrett, citizen and 
joiner of London, £30. To my wife one-third of my estate. To my sons 
Thomas and Daniel Jenkins. If they die, part of their share to the poor of 
St. John's. My brother John Jarvice. Executor: my brother-in-law Thomas 
Robins. Witnesses: John Hurnett, Francis Cory. Proved 22 August 1667. 
(P. C. C, Carr, 107.) 

The Will of Thoma6 Jenkin of Eythome [co. Kent], yeoman, dated 
12 November 1673. To my son Thomas Jenkin at the age of twenty-one all my 
lands, he paying to my daughter Susan Jenkin £550 at the age of eighteen 
or at her marriage. Susan is to have £12 yearly for her education until she 
is twelve years old, and then £16 yearly until she is eighteen years old, and 
she is to have £33 per annum after she reaches the age of eighteen. My 
two children are to be kept at school and board by my executor. My brothers 
John and Henry Jenkin. To my sister Mary Terry £20. To the poor mem- 
bers of the baptized congregation meetings in and about Eythome. To the 
poor of Eythorne 20s. Overseers: my friends Samuel Taverne and Thomas 
Rucke. Witnesses: Wilham Marsh, James Henery. 

Codicil, dated 13 November 1673. If my son Thomas die before he reaches 
the age of twenty-one, then his lands are to go to my brother John Jenkin. 
Proved 16 January [or February] 1673 [1673/4]. (Archdeaconry of Canter- 
bury, vol. 73, fo. 259.) 

From the Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Coldred, 
CO. Kent* 

Baptisms 

1563 Isabel Jenkyn 19 November. 

1566 Richard Jenkyn 7 June. 

1573 ne Jenkyn 28 February [1573/4]. 

1577 Ketheren Jenk}Ti 1 May. 

1579 Thomas Jenkyn 24 May. 

1582 Henry son of Thomas Jenkyn 26 September. 

1586 Richard son of Thomas Jenkyn 10 July. 

1587 Edward son of Thomas Jenkyn 19 December. 

1590 Rebecca daughter of Thomas Jenkyn 24 January [1590/1]. 
1594 William son of Thomas Jenkyn 2 June. 

Marriages 
1566 Thomas Herryson and Elizabeth Jenkyn 5 August. 
1581 Robert Harvy and Roose Jenkyn 9 October. 

Burial 
1586 Richard son of Thomas Jenkyn S August. 

Miscellaneous 
1563 Henry Jenkyn churchwarden. 

♦These transcripts are from the Archdeaconry of Canterbury, and have been searched as far as 
1600. The years 1564, 1565, 1568-9, 1572-3, 1574-5, 1584-5, and 1596-7 are missing. The year 
1577-8 is mutilated and incomplete. There are no Consistory transcripta of the registers of Coldred 
prior to 1603. 



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Feom the Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Eythorne, co. Kent, 
1560-1620* 
Baptisms 
1604 Marget daughter of Thomas Jenkins 3 March [1604/5]. 
1607 Sara daughter of Thomas Jenkin 16 August. (Consistory.) 

1609 Susanna daughter of Thomas Jenkins 10 [1609/10].t 

1610 Susanna daughter of Thomas Jenkins 15 April. t 

1611 William son of Thomas Jenkin 29 September. 

1613 Henry son of Thomas Jenkin 16 May. 

1616 Rebecca daughter of Thomas Jenkin 26 August. (Consistory.) 

1616 Katharine daughter of Thomas Jenkin 7 September. (Consistory.) 

1616 Mary daughter of Thomas Jenkin 8 September. 

1620 Isaac son of Thomas Jenkin 18 June. 

Burials 

1614 Rebecca daughter of Thomas Jenkins 27 August. 

1614 A young child of Thomas Jenkin 18 October. 

1616 Katharine daughter of Thomas Jenkin 8 September. (Consistory.) 

1616 Mary daughter of Thomas Jenkin 10 September. 

1616 William son of Thomas Jenkin 17 October. (Consistory.) 

From the Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Goodnestone, 
CO. Kent, 1564-1600}: 
1587 Richard son of Richard Genkin baptized 9 July. 

From the Parish Registers of Ltminge, co. Kent§ 
Baptisms 

1548 William son of Thomas Jenkin 10 February [1548/9]. 

1551 Ursula daughter of Henry Jenkin 9 October. 

1553 Thomas son of Henry Jenkin 24 December. 

1557 Thomas son of Thomas Jenkin 6 March [1557/8]. 

1560 John and Margery children of Thomas Jenkin 15 June. 

1564 Stephen son of Thomas Jenkin 8 January [1564/5]. 

1576 Marion daughter of Richard Jenkin 16 December. 

1586 Alice daughter of Richard Jenkin 30 June. 

1589 Thomas son of Richard Jenkin 20 April. 

1590 Henry son of Thomas Jenkin, Jr., 26 July. 

1612 Thomas son of Henry Jenkin 17 January [1612/13]. 

1615 Jane daughter of Henry Jenkin 19 February [1615/16]. 

1618 Marie "y« supposed child of James Newland, y" second child he 

begat . . . of his brother's wife PhilUs y" late ■WLfelof::Thomas 
Jenkin," 2 August. 

1619 Henry son of Henry Jenkin 9 February [1619/20]. 
1624 William son of Henry Jenkin 12 December. 

1626 Thomas son of Thomas Jenkin 19 April. 

1629 Ehzabeth daughter of Thomas Jenkin 11 October. 

1630 Anna daughter of Philiys Jenkin 9 March [1630/1). 

1630 Edmond son of Thomas Jenkin the younger 14 March [1630/1]. 

•These entriea are found in the transcripta of the Archdeaconry of Canterbury, except those 
followed by the word Consistory, which are found in the Consistory transcripts. In the Archdea- 
conry transcripta, which have been searched from 1560 to 1620, inclusive, the years 1561-2, 1566-7, 
150S-1570, 1573-1576, 1587-8, 1594-5, 1602-3, and 1606-7 are missing. In the Consistory trans- 
cripts, which should begin in 1603, the years 1603-1607, 1608-1611, and 1613-14 are missing. 

fApparently there are two different entriea of the baptism of Susanna Jenkin. 

JThese are the Consistory transcripta. More than half the years are missing. 

{The early parish register of Lyminge is in the British Museum, Additional MSS. 33732. The 
record of baptisms begins in 1544, and there is a gap in the baptisms from December 1590 to July 
1601. There are no marriages earlier than 1665. 



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Burials 

1538 Thomas Jenkin 3 October. 

1554 Joane wife of William Jenkin 6 January [1554/5]. 

1556 William Jenkin 4 November. 

1574 Margery wife of Thomas Jenkin and Marye wife of Richard Jenkin 

27 December. 

1590 Marian daughter of Richard Jenkin 25 June. 

1592 Richard Jenkin 24 May. 

1592 A young child, daughter of John Jenkin, 16 February [1592/3]. 

1592 Thomas son of Richard Jenkin 27 February [1592/3]. 

1600 Margery daughter of John Jenkin 10 November. 

1616 Robert Jenkin 19 February [1616/17]. 

1622 Marie daughter of Thomas Jenkin 5 June. 

1622 PhilUs wife of Thomas Jenkin 25 July. 

1624 Henry Jenkin 5 December. 

1626 Martine Jenkin 18 June. 

1629 Son of PhilUp Jenkin 15 February [1629/30]. 

1630 Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Jenkin 1 May. 

Miscellaneous 
1545-1590 John Jenkin churchwarden. 

From the Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Lympne, co. Kent, 
1560-1600* 
Baptisms 
1583 Judde son of William Jenkin 1 May [7 1584]. 
1589 John son of William Jenkin 21 September. 
1600 Alice daughter of Richard Jenking 3 August. 

Marriage 
1589 Steven Jenkin and Widow Paradice 3 July. 

Burial 
1583 Judd son of William Jenkin 11 September [? 1584]. 

From the Parish Registers and Transcripts of Minster in Thanet, 
CO. Kent, 1639/40-1660 

Baptisms 
1641 Mary daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Jenkin 11 July. 

1643 WiOiam son of William and Elizabeth Jenkin 11 May. 

1644 Thomas son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jenkin 9 January [1644/5]. 
1646 William son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jenkin 25 December, born 

12 December. 

1648 William son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jenkin 27 January [1648/9]. 

1651 Daniell son of Thomas and EUzabeth Jenkin 20 August. 

1655 Henry son of Thomas and Margrett Jenkin 4 August. 

1656 Robert son of Thomas and Margrett Jenkin 31 January [1656/7]. 
1658 John son of Thomas and Margrett Jenkin 20 February [1658/9]. 
1660 Margaret daughter of Thomas Jenkin 1 January [1660/1]. 

Marriage 
1640 John Franklin and Hannah Jenkin 20 May. (Consistory trans- 
script.) 

•These are the Archdeaconry tranacripts. The years 1561-2 to 1563^, 1565 to 1571-2, 
1573-1, 1575-6, 1584-5, 1537-8, 1594-5, and 1595-6 are missing. The Consistory transcripts begin 
in 1612. 

tProbably an error. The marriai^e licence was issued 18 May 1639, and the marriage was 
probably solemnized on 20 May 16-39. 



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Burials 
1G39 William Jenkin, domcsl, 17 February [1639/40]. (Archdeaconry 

transcript.) 
1643 William son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jenkin 17 May. 
[1646] Thomas Jenkins a child. 
[1659] — — mas son of Thomas Jenkin [bebvccn an entry dated 22 June and 

the burial record of Mary Jenkin, widow]. 
[1659] Mary Jenkin, widow, 28 [7 October]. [The next entry is in 

November.] 

From the Registers of the Parish of St. John in Thanet (Margate), 
CO. Kent, October 1559-March 1635/6 

Baptisms 

1570 Jenkine son of WilUam and Wellmouth Jenkyn — December. 

1579 Jenkyn 29 November. 

1595 Judith daughter of William Hamon 20 July. 

1599 John Jenkin 21 December. 

1601 Daniel son of Edward Jenking 13 December. 

1604 Priscilla daughter of Edward Jenkyne 14 May. 

1605 Mary daughter of Peter Eaton, St., 23 November. 
1605 Martha daughter of Edward Jenkin 23 November. 
1628 PrisciUa daughter of William Hammon 21 December. 
1628 Mary daughter of William Eaton 28 December. 

1630 Daniel son of Daniel Jenkin 7 November. 

1631 Mary daughter of WiUiam Hamond 11 December. 
1633 Sarah daughter of Daniel Jenkin 31 March. 

1633 Jane daughter of William Hamond 25 August. 

1635 WiUiam son of William and Priscilla Hamon 24 January [1635/6]. 

Marriages 

1598 Thomas Collins and Agnes Jenkin 20 . 

1599 John Jenkyn and Mary Wild 4 October. 

1605 Thomas Angell, bachelor, ancf Bennet Hamond, single woman, 

4 October 

1611 Thomas Angell and Margery Huggyt 7 October. 

1611 Thomas Culmer and Judith Hanmion 10 October. 

1617 Vincent BiUingherst and Judith Hammon 4 August. 

1621 Thomas Angell and Miriam Scoates 26 November. 

1622 WiUiam Hammon and Priscilla Jenken 10 October. 
1624 John Goare and Mary Jenken 17 November. 

1627 WUUam Eaton and Martha Jenken 28 January [1627/8]. 

Burials 
1597 WUmajme wife of WiUiam Jenkyn 19 May. 

1600 WiUiam Jenkin 16 February [1600/1]. 

1601 Thomas Jenkine 29 January [1601/2]. 

1607 Infant son of Edward Jenkens, not yet baptized, 5 January [1607/8]. 

1610 Bennet wife of Thomas AngeU 17 March [1610/11]. 

1615 WilUam Hammond, paterfamilias, 1 August. 

1621 Margery wife of Thomas Angell 1 July. 

1624 Edward Jenken, paterfamilias, 17 August. 

1626 Thomas AngeU 24 January [1626/7]. 

1627 Edward Jenken 18 April. 

1630 Daniel son of Daniel Jenkin 14 November. 

1631 Mary infant daughter of WiUiam Hamond 14 December. 



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From the Registers of the Parish of St. Peter in Thanet, co. Kent, 
1615-1628 

BaptiSTHS 

1615 Susan daughter of John Jenkin 24 March [1615/16]. 

1617 Anne daughter of Thomas Reade 9 November. 

1618 Thomas son of William Jenkins 30 August. 

1619 Edward son of Thomas Reade 12 March [1619/20]. 

1620 Anna daughter of William Jenkin 3 December. 
1628 Thomas son of Daniel Jenkins 16 November. 

Marriages 

1615 John Jenkin and Susan Delves 17 April. 

1616 Thomas Reade and Margery Jenkin 28 November. 

1616 William Jenkin and Mary Sackolt [dc,"! Sackett] 24 February [1616/17]. 

1619 Nicholas Adrian and Sibyll Jinkin 27 November. 

1620 George Tomlyn of Minster and Anne Jenkin 16 October. 

1622 George Hollet and Katherine Jenkin, both of this parish, 11 July. 

Burials 

1617 Margarett Jenkin, widow, 8 April. 

1623 Stephen Jenkin, drowned the evening before, buried 3 June. 

1623 Cecilie Jenkin, widow, 16 September. 

1624 Michaell Jenkin 3 April. 

1625 Wilman Jenkin 21 August. 

1625 Mary daughter of William Jenkin 5 March [1625/6]. 

From the Parish Registers of Staple, co. Kent, 
1590-1640 

Baptisms 

1630 Martha daughter of William Eaton 19 September. 

1631 Alba daughter of Wilham Eaton 19 February [1631/2].* 

1633 Wilham son of William Eaton 12 January [1633/4].* 
1635 John son of William and Martha Eaton 20 December. 

Marriage 

1632 Thomas Eaton and Eliza Bromfield 27 December. 

Burials 

1634 Mary daughter of William Eaton 20 July.f 
1634 William son of WiUiam Eaton 16 August.^ 

From the Parish Registers of Wingham, co. Kent, 
1568-1638 

Baplisms 
1589 Edward son of Richard Jenkin 24 July. 
1594 Thomas son of Edward Jenkin 26 December. 
1596 Margaret daughter of Edward Jenkin 19 September. 
1598 Mary daughter of Edward Jenkin 28 September. 

Marriage 
1592 Edward Jenkin and Mary Phillips 21 July. 

*The year only of this entry ia given in the pariah register. The month and day are found in the 
transcript of the pariah regiater at Canterbury. 

tin the transcript of the pariah regiater at Canterbury the date of this burial is given as 29 July 
1635. 

tin the tranaoript of the pariah register at Canterbury the date of this burial is given as 11 August 
1635. 



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From Canterbury Marriage Licences* 

15S9 Stephen Jenkins of Ostenhanger [Westcnhanger] and Frances Paradise 

of the same parish, widow, 1 July. (1:234.) 
1592 Edward Jenkins of Wingham and Mary Phillips of the same parish, 

virgin, Henry Oxenden, Jr., of Wingham, gentleman, being bonds- 
man, 21 July. (1:235). 
1592 Thomas Lissinton of Alkham and Jane Jinkin [Jenkin in the Tnargin] 

of Swingfield, virgin, 15 February [1592/3]. (1:263.) 
1594 William Denwood of Minster in Thanet, yeoman, and Catherine 

Jenkyn of Coldred, virgin, 18 January [1594/5]. (1:126.) 
1601 Thomas Jenkine of Coldred, yeoman, and Susanna Denwood of 

Bekesboume, virgin, at Bekesboume, 12 February [1601/2). 

(1:234.) 
1610 William Fan tinge of St. John's in Thanet, yeoman, and Rebecca 

Jenkinge of Coldred, virgin, at St. Mary Bredman's, Canterbury, 

Thomas Jenkinge of Eythorne, yeoman, being bondsman, 4 March 

[1610/11]. (1:146.) 

1612 Henry Jenkin of Coldred, yeoman, and Agnes Elmeston of Ralnham, 

virgin, at Rainham, 5 October. (1:234.) 

1613 Thomas Denne of St. Mary's in Sandwich, merchant, and Catherine 

Denwood of St. Peter's in Sandwich, widow, at St. Peter's, 22 
November. (1:125.) 

1613 Thomas Jenkin of Canterbury, gentleman, and Margaret Jacob of 

Cheriton, virgin, at Newington, 3 March [1613/14]. (1:234.) 

1614 Thomas Ladd of Barham, yeoman, and Mary Denwood of St. Mary's 

in Sandwich, virgin, at St. Mary Bredman's, Canterbury, 27 
October. (1:255.) 

1616 William Jenken of St. John's in Thanet, yeoman, and Mary Sackett 

of St. Peter's in Thanet, virgin, at St. Peter's, 11 February [1616/17]. 
(1:234.) 

1617 William Jenkin of Lympne, husbandman, and Agnes Gadesby of 

Pluckley, virgin, at WestweU, 22 January [1617/18]. (1:234.) 
1619 John Spratt of St. Andrew's, Canterbury, haberdasher, bachelor, 
about 24, and PrisciUa Lambe of Newington near Hythe, maiden, 
about 18, her parents deceased, and now in the government of 
WiUiam Rabbas of Newington, uncle to the said PriscUIa, whose 
consent he (Spratt) hath, at Newington, 4 September. (2:927.) 

1623 Henry Jenken of St. Mildred's, Canterbury, notary public, bachelor, 

about 25, and Mary Whittingham of the same parish, maiden, 
about 18, daughter of John Whittingham of the city of London, 
gentleman, deceased, and now in the government of WiUiam 
Cranmer of St. Mildred's aforesaid, gentleman, who consents, at 
St. Mildred's, 10 May. (2:547.) 

1624 John Gore of St. John Baptist in Thanet, yeoman, widower, about 

70, and Mary Jenken of the same parish, widow, about 59, reUct of 
Edward Jenken, late of the same parish, yeoman, deceased, at the 
same, 17 November. (2:419.) 

1626 Stephen Hobday the younger of Folkestone, yeoman, bachelor, 
about 25, and Sarah Jenken of Cheriton, maiden, about 19, daughter 
of Thomas Jenken of Eythorne, who consents, as is testified by 
Stephen Hobday, Sr., at Cheriton, 5 August. (2:497.) 

1626 Richard Jenken of Lympne, yeoman, widower, about 39, and PrisciUa 

*The marriage licences here given have been adapted from the pri-nted volumes or series entitled 
Canterbury Marriage Licences, edited by Joseph Meadows Cowper. These licences begin in 1568, 
and thus far six series, extending to 1750, have been printed. The figures in parentheses at the end 
of each entry indicate the series and column of the printed licences in which the entry may be 
found. 

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Spratt of Hythe, wdow, about 2S, relict of John Spratt, late of the 
same parish, deceased, at Ljanpne, Bobert [sic, ? Robert] Sprat of 
Hythe, innholder, being bondsman, 9 November. (2:547.) 

1630 Stephen Browne of Worham [? Wareham], yeoman, bachelor, about 
22, whose mother consents, and Susan Jenken of Eythorne, virgin, 
about 20, daughter of Thomas Jenkin of the same parish, who also 
consents, at St. Margaret's, Canterbury, 8 July. (2:1490 

1633 Thomas Jenken of Stowting, gentleman, bachelor, about 23, whose 
father consents, and Margaret Jenken of Folkestone, virgin, about 
18, daughter of Thomas Jenken of the same parish, gentleman, who 
also consents, at Hawkinge, Henry Jenken of Canterbury, gentle- 
man, being bondsman, 12 October. (2:548.) 

1635 William Warham of Wye, yeoman, widower, and Priscilla Jenken of 

Hythe, widow of Richard Jenken, late of Lympne, deceased, at 
Smeeth, Richard Paine of Godmersham, yeoman, being bondsman, 
23 May. (2:1033.) 

1636 Henry Jenken of Eythorne, gentleman, bachelor, about 23, with his 

father's consent, and Mary Solly of Ash, virgin, 15 and upwards, 
daughter of Stephen Solley of the same parish, who consents, at 
Ehnstone, 21 March [1636/7]. (2:547.) 

1638 Thomas Jenken of Minster in 'Thanet, yeoman, bachelor, about 21, 

son of WilUam Jenken of the same parish, yeoman, who consents, 
as is testified by John Sacket, rector of Great Mongeham, and 
EUzabeth Curling of St. John's in Thanet, virgin, about 15, daughter 
of Anthony Curling of the same parish, yeoman, who also consents, 
at St. John's in Thanet, 13 November. (2:549.) 

1639 John Franckl3ai of Petham, yeoman, bachelor, about 22, son of 

Henry Francklin of the same parish, yeoman, who consents, and 
Anna Jenkin of Minster in Thanet, virgin, about 18, daughter of 
William Jenkin of the same parish, yeoman, who also consents, at 
Minster in Thanet, 18 May. (2:369.) 
1644 John Jenkin of Eythorne, yeoman, bachelor, 23 and upwards, whose 
father, Thomas Jenkin, consents, and Mary Rose of Chislet, virgin, 
17 and upwards, whose parents are dead, and she at the government 
of Mary Hunt, alias Rose, her grandmother, who also consents, as 
is testified by her husband, Stephen Hunt, at Westbere, Sturry, or 
Northgate, Canterbury, 28 December (2:547.) 

1666 Thomas Jenkin of Eythorne, yeoman, bachelor, 24, whose parents 

are dead, and Ann Harrison of Guston, maiden, 21, daughter of 
Thomas Harrison of the same parish, yeoman, who consents, at 
St. Martin, Canterbury, 11 October. (3:257.) 

1667 John Jenkin of Deal, yeoman, widower, and Mary KnoUer [Ivnowler] 

of Nether Hardres, widow of George KnoUer, late of Chislet, gentle- 
man, at Nether Hardres, Nackington, or Petham, Lawrence Rucke 
of Wye, yeoman, being bondsman, 1 June. (3:256.) 

1667 Henry Jenkins of Biddenden, bachelor, 21 and upwards, son of Henry 
Jenkins, late of Eythorne, deceased, and EUzabeth Usbome of 
Cranbrook, spinster, 18, daughter of Alexander Osborne of the same 
parish, clothier, who consents, at Cranbrook, Frittenden, or Tenter- 
den, 20 September. (3:257.) 

1669 WilUam Jenkin of Minster in Thanet, yeoman, bachelor, 21 and 
upwards, whose parents are dead, and EUzabeth Jenkin of St. 
Mildred, Canterbury, maiden, 22, daughter of Henry Jenkin, 
deceased, her mother, Mary Jenkin, consenting, "Noe lawfull lett 
... to hinder the said marriage saving she, the said Eliz., is his 
late fathers wifes or his mother in lawes sister," at St. Mildred 



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aforesaid, Thomas Jenkin of Canterbury, wooUendraper, being 
bondsman, 6 December. (3:257.) 

A pedigree of the Jenkin family of Coldred, co. Kent, branches 
of which are found, in the seventeenth century, in several parishes 
of the Isle of Thanet, is printed in Berry's "Pedigrees of the Families 
in the County of Kent," published in London in 1830, pages 484^85, 
immediately following a pedigree of the Jenkin family of Folkestone, 
which is given on pages 482-483 of the same work. To Jenkin 
of Folkestone, the most prominent family of the name in Kent, 
Berry ascribes the following arms: Argent, a lion rampant regardant 
sable; and the same coat of arms is given in the pedigree of this 
family in The Visitation of Kent, 1619.* To the branch of the Coldred 
family seated at Minster in Thanet, which was descended from 
Thomas Jenkin {vide infra, page 74, 6, i). Berry gives the following 
crest: A lion sejant argent, resting his dexter paw on a torteaux. 
From time to time intermarriages took place between members of 
the Folkestone and Coldred families, and it is probable that the two 
famihes were descended from a common ancestor, although investi- 
gations made by the contributor of this article and by the Chairman 
of the Committee on English Research in the course of his recent 
stay in England were not carried far enough to prove the correct- 
ness of this conjecture. From the records given above the following 
genealogy of the Coldred family has been compiled, establishing the 
place of Martha (Jenkin)' Eaton among the descendants of Henry 
Jenkin of Coldred and making sundry corrections and a number of 
additions to Berry's pedigree. A few statements are given on Berry's 
authority, and a few others are supported by references to other 
EngUsh and American records. 

1. Jenkin, of Lymmage (Lyminge), co. Kent, was prob- 
ably descended from ■ Jenkin, perhaps of Hythe, co. Kent. 

A common origin may reasonably be claimed for the Jenkin families 
of Coldred, Folkestone, Lyminge, and Lympne in that county. 

Children : 

2. i. Henry, b. probably at Lyminge about 1525. 

ii. Jean, living 26 Jan. 1574/5; m. before that date Parrett. 

iii. Elizabeth, m. (1) at Coldred, 5 Aug. 1566, Thomas Harrison; 

probably m. (2) Henry Rachell and was living 24 Jan. 1613/14. 

She had children by her first husband who were hving 26 Jan. 

1574/5. 

2. Henry! Jenken ( ), of Coldred, co. Kent, yeoman, the 

testator of 1574/5, born, probably at Lyminge, co. Kent, about 
1525, died between 26 Jan. 1574/5 and 9 July 1575. He married 

Margaret (or Margery) , the testatrix of 1607, whose 

will was proved 14 Mar. 1609/10. 
He was churchwarden at Lyminge in 1563, and held lands in 

'Publications of the Hartcian Society, vol. 42, pp. 84-85. Berry's petiigree of the FoIke.slone 
family iDcludes ft Dumber of later generations not given in the Visitation pedigree, but both 
pedigrees begin with a William Jenkin who is said to be descended from the Jenkins of the North. 
Another brief pedigree of a part of the Folkestone family is found in The Visitation of Kent, lG6:i- 
16G,? iPublicatiozi4 nj the HarUian Society, vol. .51. p. 88). The Visitation pedigrees, as far as they 
extend, are in substantial Agreement with Berry's pedigree. 

tin Berry, op. cxt., p. 484, his Christian name is given incorrectly as Thomas. 



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Lyminge, Postling, and Coldred. His widow in her will mentions 
her lands in Hythe, West Hythe, and Saltwood. 

Children (probably all except the two eldest baptized at 
Coldred) : 

i. Ursula, bapt. at Lyminge 9 Oct. 1551; not mentioned in her father's 
will in 1574/5. 

3. ii. Thomas, bapt. at Lyminge 24 Dec. 1553. 

iii. Margaret, living 6 Apr. 1607; m. before that date Percte. 

iv. Marian, under eighteen on 26 Jan. 1574/5; hving 6 Apr. 1607; m. 

before that date Rolfe. 

V. Rose, under eighteen on 26 Jan. 1574/5; not mentioned in her mother's 

will in 1607; m. at Coldred, 9 Oct. 1581, Robert Harvy. 
vi. Elizabeth, under eighteen on 26 Jan,. 1574/5; living 6 Apr. 1607; m. 

before that date Saunders. 

vii. Isabel (perhaps dau. of Henry), bapt. at Coldred 19 Nov. 1563; not 

mentioned in the will of Henry; probably d. young. 

4. vii. Richard, bapt. at Coldred 7 June 1566. 

5. ix. Edward, called "youngest son" in the wills of his parents. 

X. Jane, bapt. at Coldred 28 Feb. 1573/4; living 6 Apr. 1607; m. before 
that date Thomas Lushington, living 14 Mar. 1609/10. Her mother 
in her will of 1607 devised to her all her (the mother's) lands in the 
parishes of Hythe, West Hythe, Saltwood, or elsewhere in Kent, for 
twelve years after her (the mother's) decease; and these lands were 
then to go to John Lushington, eldest son of Thomas and Jane. 
Children, living 6 Apr. 1607: 1. John. 2. Abigail. 3. Thomas. 4. 
Edward. 

3. Thomas Jenkin (Henry, ), of Coldred, co. Kent, yeoman, 

the testator of 1613/14, baptized at Lyminge, co. Kent, 24 Dec. 
1553, died between 24 Jan. and 16 Feb. 1613/14. He married 

Margaret ,* the testatrix of 1616, who died between 

28 Apr. and 15 Dec. 1616, and to whom there is a memorial in 
the church at Coldred. f In her will she calls herself Margaret 
Jenkyn of the town and port of Sandwich, widow. 

He was executor of his father's will, and held lands in Coldred, 
Eythorne, Dymchurch, Orgarswick, Burmarsh, Tydmeston, 
and Northbourne, co. Kent. 

Children, baptized at Coldred: 
i. Katherine, bapt. 1 May 1577; living 28 Apr. 1616; m. (1), by hcence 
issued 18 Jan. 1594/5, William Denwood of Minster in Thanet, 
CO. Kent, yeoman; m. (2), by licence issued 22 Nov. 1613, being 
then of St. Peter's in Sandwich, co. Kent, Thomas Denne of St. 
Mary's in Sandwich, merchant, who d. in Mar. 1621. He was mayor 
of Sandwich in 1620-1.1: Child by first husband: 1. Margaret (caUed 
Mary in her marriage licence), living 28 Apr. 1616; m. at St. Mary 
Bredman's, Canterbury, by licence issued 27 Oct. 1614, Thomas 
Ladd of Barbara, co. Kent, yeoman, hving 28 Apr. 1616; a child, 
Vincent, was living on that date. Children, living 28 Apr. 1616, 
probably by second husband: 2. Daniel. 3. Katherine. 4. Joan. 
ii. Tho.mas, of Eythorne, co. Kent, yeoman, the testator of 1665/6, bapt. 
24 May 1579; bur. 1 May 1668, aet. 89; m., by licence issued 
12 Feb. 1601/2, being then of Coldred, Susanna Denwood of 
Bekesborne, co. Kent, who was bur. at Eythorne 4 Nov. 1672, aet. 
89. In a letter dated 27 June 1644 he is desired to lend £20 towards 
the £200,000 to be paid to the Scotch for their assistance, by order 
of Parliament, for which he is promised "Use for the forbearance 

♦AccordinR to Berry, op. cil., p. 484, her maiden name waa Johnson. 
tHasted's History of Kent, second edition, vol. 9, p. 392. 
tBoya'e History of Sandwich, p. 420. 



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thereof at the rate of 8 per cent."* Children, bapt. at Eythorne: 
1. A child, bur. at Eythorne 18 Oct. 1614. 2. Margaret, bapt. 3 

Mar. 1604/5; m. Philpot. 3. Sarah, bapt. 16 Aug. 1607; 

ra. at Cheriton, co. Kent, by licence issued 5 Aug. 1626, Stephen 
Hobday, Jr., of Folkestone, co. Kent, yeoman, aged about 25. 
4. Thomas, of Stowting, co. Kent, gentleman, the testator of 29 Nov. 
1656, bapt. 29 Jan. 1608/9; d. in 1657, aet. 49; bur. at Stowting; 
m. at Stowting, 18 Oct. 1633 (by licence issued 12 Oct. 1633), 
Margaret Jenken of Folkestone, aged about 18, who was bur. at 
Stowting 27 Jan. 1675/6, daughter of Thomas of Folkestone, 
gentleman, and his wife, Margaret (Jacob); four sons, of whom three 
were lawyers, and nine daughters (see Berry, op. cit., p. 483). 5. 
Susanna, bapt. 15 Apr. 1610; bur. at Stowting, co. Kent, 8 July 
1640; m. at St. Margaret's, Canterbury, by licence issued 8 July 
1630, Stephen Browne of Worham (7Warehorne), co. Kent, yeoman, 
aged abput 22. 6. William, bapt. 29 Sept. 1611; bur. at Eythorne 

17 Oct. 1616. 7. Henry, of Eythorne, bapt. 16 May 1613; bur. at 
Eythorne in Oct. 1652, aet. 39; m. at Elmstone, co. Kent, 4 Apr. 

' 1637, by licence issued 21 Mar. 1636/7, in which he is called Henry 

Jenken of Eythorne, gentleman, aged about 23, Mary Solly of Ash, 
CO. Kent, aged 15 and upwards, dau. of Stephen of Ash; five chil- 
dren. f 8. Rebecca, bapt. 26 Aug. 1616 [sic. ? 1614); bur. at Eythorne 
27 Aug. 1614. 9. Katharine (probably twin), bapt. 7 Sept. 1616; 
bur. at Eythorne 8 Sept. 1616. 10. Mary (probably twin), bapt. 
8 Sept. 1616; bur. at Eythorne 10 Sept. 1616. 11. Isaac, bapt. 

18 June 1620; probably d. young. 12. John, of Deal, co. Kent, 
yeoman, bapt. 27 Dec. 1621; bur. at Deal in Jan. 1674/5; m.(l) 
at Westbere, co. Kent, in 1644 (by licence issued 28 Dec. 1644, 
in which he is called John Jenkin of Eythorne, yeoman, aged 23 
and upwards), Mary Rose of Chislet, co. Kent, aged 17 and upwards, 

who was bur. at Deal 31 Jan. 1658/9; m. (2) Ehzabeth , 

who was bur. at Deal in 1665; m. (3), by licence issued 1 June 1667, 
Mary KnoUer of Nether Hardres, co. Kent, widow of George Knol- 
ler, late of Chislet, gentleman; four daughters by first wife, two 
sons and two daughters by second wife, one daughter by third 
wife (for his descendants see Berry, op. cit., p. 484). 

iii. Henry, of Coldred and later of Rainham, co. Kent, yeoman, bapt. 
26 Sept. 1582; living 28 Apr. 1616, when he was mentioned in his 
mother's will; m., by licence issued 5 Oct. 1612, Agnes Elmeston 
of Rainham. In Berry, op. cit., p. 484, he is called Capt. Henrj-, of 
Deal, and is said to have had issue. 

iv. Richard, bapt. 10 July 1586; bur. at Coldred 8 Aug. 1586. 

V. Edward, of Cheriton, co. Kent, yeoman, the testator of 1625, bapt. 

19 Dec. 1587: d. between 22 July 1625 and 22 Apr. 1626; m. (1) 

; m. (2) Joan , who was living 18 July 1626. He held 

lands in Coldred, Ewell, Lydden, Dymchurch, Bunnarsh, Orgaris- 
wick, Capel, Goodnestone, and Wingham. Children by first wife, 
living 18 July 1626; 1. Jane, under seventeen on 22 July 1625. 2. 
Elizabeth. 3. Mary. 

vi. Rebecca, bapt. 24 Jan. 1590/1; living 28 Apr. 1616; m., by Ucence 
issued 4 Mar. 1610/11, William Fantinge of St. John's in Thanet 
(Margate, co. Kent), yeoman, living 28 Apr. 1616. She is called 
Barbara Fantinge in the wills of her parents. They had issue. 
6. vii. William, bapt. 2 June 1594. 

*ArchcEolou\aCarUiana, vol. 5. p. 123, footnote. 

tThese children were (order of births uncertain): 1. Thomas, of Eythorne, yeoman, the testator 
of 1673, d. 16 Jan. 1673/4; married at St, Martin's, Canterbury, by licence issued 11 Oct. 1666, 
when he was aged 24, Aon Harrison of Guston, co. Kent, aged 21, daughter of Thomas of Guston, 
yeoman; two children, Thomas and Susannah, living 12 Nov. 1673, 2, John, of Eythorne, hving 
12 Nov. 1673. 3. Henry, of Biddenden, co. Kent, attorney at law, aged 21 and upwards in 1667; 
buried at Biddenden 7 Dec. 16S.'i; married, by Ucence issued 20 Sept, 1667, Ehzabeth Osborne, 
aged about IS, daughter of Alexander of Cranbrook, co. Kent, clothier; for his descendants see 
Berry, op. cit., p. 4S4. 4, Mary, living 12 Nov, 1673; m, before S Feb. 1665/6 Thomas Terry. 
5. Susannah, living S Feb. 1665/6; m. before that date James Bunce, 



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4. Richard Jenkin (Henry, ■ ), of LjTnpne, co. Kent, yeoman, 

the testator of 1611, baptized at Coldred, co. Kent, 7 June 1566, 

died between 8 Nov. 1611 and 15 July 1612. He married 

Priscilla , who was living 8 Nov. 1611. 

By the will of his father Richard Jenkin was to have lands 

in Lymmage (Lyminge), co. Kent, when he was twenty years 

of age. 
Children : 

i. RiCHAED, of Lympne, yeoman, probably bapt. at Goodnestone, co. 

Kent, 9 July 1587; d. before 23 May 1635; m. (1) ; m. (2) 

at Lympne, by licence issued 9 Nov. 1626, Priscilla (Lambe) 
Spratt of Hythe, co. Kent, b. about 1600,* widow of John Spratt 
of Hythe, whom she had married at Newingtcin, co. Kent, by licence 
issued 4 Sept. 1619. She m. (3) at Smeeth, co. Kent, by licence 
issued 23 May 1635, William Warham of Wye, co. Kent, yeoman, 
widower. PUchard Jenkin was executor of his father's will, 15 July 
1612, and was appointed an overseer of the will of Thomas Jenkin 
(3), his uncle, 24 Jan. 1613/14. His father devised to him and his 
heirs for ever his lands and tenements in Lyminge and elsewhere 
in Kent. 

ii. Edward, bapt. at Wingham, co. Kent, 24 July 1589; hving 8 Nov. 
1611. 

iii. John, under sixteen on 8 Nov. 1611. 

iv. WiLLLAM, living 8 Nov. 1611; probably m. at Westwell, co. Kent, by 
hcence issued 22 Jan. 1617/18, in which he is called William Jenkin 
of Lympne, husbandman, Agnes Gadesbt of Pluckley, co. Kent. 

V. Thomas, Ij-ving 8 Nov. 1611. 

vi. Henry, living 8 Nov. 1611, when he was vmder sixteen. 

vii. Alice, bapt. at Lympne 3 Aug. 1600; living 8 Nov. 1611; perhaps 
the Alice Jenkin who was bur. at Postling, co. Kent, 4 June 1630. 

5. Edward Jenkin (Henry, ), of Wingham and of St. John's 

in Thanet (Margate), co. Kent, yeoman, the testator of 1624, 
called "youngest son" in the wills of his parents and therefore 
probably born at Coldred, co. Kent, about 1568 (his next older 
brother, Richard, having been baptized at Coldred 7 June 1566), 
was buried at St. John's in Thanet 17 Aug. 1624. He married 
at Wingham, 21 July 1592, being then, according to the mar- 
riage licence, of Wingham, Maky Phillips of Wingham, who 
married secondly, by licence issued 17 Nov. 1624, John Gore 
of St. John Baptist in Thanet, yeoman, widower, aged about 
70, she being then aged about 59. 

His father devised to him in his will lands in Postling, co. 
Kent, which he was to receive when he was twenty years of age. 

Children : 
i. Thomas, bapt. at Wingham 26 Dec. 1594; executor of his fatherVwill, 
which he proved 14 Sept. 1624, by which all his father's land in 
Thanet was devised to him; not mentioned in the will of his sister, 
Margaret Lane, dated 16 Jan. 1661/2. 
ii. Margaret, the testatrix of 1661/2, bapt. at Wingham 19 Sept. 1596; 
died between 3 Sept. 1662 and 5 Aug. 1667; married Edmond Lane 
of St. Dunstan's in the East, London, who d. before his wife. In 
her will, dated 16 Jan. 1661/2, she bequeaths £100 to "my sister 
Martha, wife of Wilham Eaton, now, I think, in New England," 
and £20 to Martha's five children. She mentions no children of 
her own in her will. 
♦In her marriage licence of 4 Sept. 1619 she is said to be about 18. In her licence of 9 Nov. 
1626 she is said to be about 2S. 



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iii. Mart, bapt. at Wingham 28 Sept. 1598; probably d. young. 

iv. Edward, bur. at St. John's in Thanet 18 Apr. 1627. 

V. Daniel, of St. John's in Thanet, yeoman, the testator of 1646, bapt. 
at St. John's 13 Dec. 1601; d. in 1646; m. (1) ; m. (2) Mar- 
garet , who was hving 3 Sept. 1646. Children:* I.Thomas, 

of Minster, co. Kent, bapt. at St. Peter's in Thanet, co. Kent, 
16 Nov. 1628; hving 21 Feb. 1666/7, being mentioned in the will of 
his brother, Daniel Jenkin; he was appointed overseer of the will of 
hisaunt, Margaret Lane, in the codicil dated 3 Sept. 1662. 2. Danid, 
bapt. at St. John's in Thanet 7 Nov. 1630; bur. there 14 Nov. 1630. 
3. Sarah, bapt. at St. John's in Thanet 31 Mar. 1633; living 16 Jan. 
1661/2, when she is mentioned in the will of her aunt, Margaret 
Lane; m. before 1661/2 John Barett, living 16 Jan. 1661/2; three 
children living 16 Jan. 1661/2, viz., Sarah, eldest daughter, John, 
and Mary. 4. Danid, of St. John's in Thanet, mariner, the testator 
of 1666/7, named 16 Jan. 1661/2 as executor of the will of his aunt, 
Margaret Lane; d. prior to 5 Aug. 1667, when his widow, Elizabeth, 
was appointed administratrix with the will annexed of the estate of 
Margaret Lane, of which her deceased husband, Daniel Jenkins, had 
been executor; two sons, Thomas and Daniel, mentioned in his will. 

vi. Priscilla, bapt. at St. John's in Thanet 14 May 1604; d. prior to 
16 Jan. 1661/2, when her three children are mentioned in the will of 
their aunt, Margaret Lane; m. at St. John's in Thanet, 10 Oct. 1622, 
William Hammond. Children: 1. Daniel, hving 21 Feb. 1666/7, 
when he is mentioned in the will of Daniel Jenkin (5, v, 4). 2. Pris- 
cilla, bapt. at St. John's in Thanet 21 Dec. 1628; hving 21 Feb. 
1666/7; m. before that date William 'Ansell. 3. Mary, bapt. at St. 
John's in Thanet 11 Dec. 1631; bur.'there 14 Dec. 1631. 4. Jane, 
bapt. at St. John's in Thanet 25 Aug. 1633; living 21 Feb. 1666/7; 
m. before that date Nicholas Fairman. 5. William, bapt. at St. 
John's in Thanet 24 Jan. 1635/6; probably d. before 16 Jan. 1661/2. 

vii. Martha, bapt. at St. John's in Thanet 23 Nov. 1605; d. at Reading, 
Mass., 14 Nov. 16S0; m. at St. John's in Thanet, 28 Jan. 1627/8, 
William Eaton of Staple, co. Kent, husbandman, born probably 
about 1607, d. at Reading, Mass., 13 May 1673. The names of 
Wilham Eaton, his wife Martha, his children John, Martha, and 
Albe, and his servant Jonas Eaton appear on a list, certified 9 June 
1637, of persons who have taken passage from the town and port of 
Sandwich, co. Kent, for the American plantations.! William Eaton 
•settled first at Watertown, Mass., where Daniel and Mary, his two 
youngest children, were born, and where he and Jonas Eaton were 
owners of land. Later, however, they both removed to Reading, 
and were admitted freeman 18 May 1653. In Mar. 1658 Wilham 
Eaton gave his age as about 54 (as read by Perley Derby), and in 
Nov. 1667 as about 60 (Essex Court Files). In 1669 he deposed 
that he was then aged about 62, and in 1670 Jonas Eaton gave his 
age as 52. (Middlesex Court Files.) Presumably these two men 
were closely related, although no mention of relationship between 
them has yet been found.J The will of William Eaton, dated 
26 Sept. 1672 and proved 11 June 1673, mentions wife Martha, 
eldest son John and his children, son Daniel and his children, 
daughter Mary, and sons-in-law Thomas Brown and Francis 
Moore. Children: 1. Mary, bapt. at St. John's in Thanet 28 Dec. 
1628; bur. at Staple 20 July 1634. 2. Martha, bapt. at Staple 
19 Sept. 1630; came to New England with her parents; m. (1) Rich- 
ard Oldham of Cambridge, Mass.; m. (2) at Cambridge, 7 Oct. 1656, 
Thomas Browne, who was admitted to the church in Cambridge 

•Which -wife was the mother of each child is Dot clear. 

tThis list is printed in Reqister, vol. 75, pp. 221-223. 

tit is not improbable that John Eaton, who was litHng at Watertown when Wilham Eaton 
came there to settle and who afterwards removed to Dedham, and Jonas Eaton were brothers 
of William. John was born probably about 1600, WiUiam about 1607, and Jonas about 1618. 
No proof of this relationship has as yet been discovered, and the parentage and family connections 
of WiUiam Eaton remain unknown. 



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18 May 1606 and is mentioned as son-in-law in the wills of William 
and Martha Eaton. 3. Alba, bapt. at Staple 19 Feb, 1631/2; d. 

19 Apr. 170S; came with her parents to New England; m. at Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 7 Sept. 1650, Francis Moore, Jr., of Cambridge, who 
d. 23 Feb. 1689 (? 1688/9|, aged about 69; he is named as son-in-law 
in the wills of William and Martha Eaton and in his own will of 
21 Feb. 1688/9 names his wife Albee. 4. William, bapt. at Staple 
12 Jan. 1633/4; bur. there 16 Aug. 1634. 5. John, bapt. at Staple 

20 Dec. 1635; came with his parents to New England; m. at Reading, 
8 Mar. 1658/9, Elizabeth Kendall. He was of Reading, gave his 
age as about 33 in 1670, and was named in his father's will. 6. Daniel, 
b. at Watertown, Mass., 20 Jan. 1638/9; m. at Reading, 21 Dec. 

1664, Mary . He was of Reading, and was named in the 

wills of his parents.* 7. Mary, b. at Watertown 8 Apr. 1643;t 
named in her father's will. 

viii. An infant son, bur. unbaptized 5 Jan. 1607/8. 

6. William Jenkin (Thomas, Henry, ), of Minster in Thanet, 

CO. Kent, yeoman, the testator of 1639/40, baptized at Coldred, 
CO. Kent, 2 June 1594, was buried at Minster 17 Feb. 1639/40. 
He married at St. Peter's in Thanet, co. Kent, 24 Feb. 1616/17 
(by licence issued 11 Feb. 1616/17, being then of St. John's in 
Thanet (Margate), co. Kent), Mary Sackett of St. Peter's in 
Thanet, perhaps the Mary Jenkin, widow, who was bur. at 

Minster 28 1659. Her will, dated 14 Oct. 1656, when she 

was of Birchington in Thanet, was proved 20 Sept. 1661. She 
was sister of Rev. John Sackett, rector of Great Mongeham, co. 
Kent, and of William Sackett, and was probably daughter of 
John Sackett of St. Peter's in Thanet, yeoman. 

WilHam Jenkin was a citizen of Canterbury in 1614 and later 
removed to Minster. In 1630 he was summoned to appear 
before the King's commissioners to compound for not having 
received knighthood at the King's coronation, although he had 
£40 in land or rent. J 

Children: 
i. Thomas, of Minster in Thanet, yeoman, bapt. at St. Peter's in Thanet 
30 Aug. 1618: d. in Oct. 1666; m. (1) at St. John's in Thanet, by 
licence issued 13 Nov. 1638, Elizabeth Curling of St. John's, 
aged about 15, dau. of Anthony of St. John's, yeoman; m. (2) at 
Folkestone, co. Kent, 14 Mar. 1653/4, Margaret Jenkin, who d. 
in 1703, dau. of Henry of Canterbury, of the Folkestone family, the 
testator of 1664, and his wife, Mary (Whittingham).§ Children 

by first wife:|[ 1. Elizabeth, m. Cullen. 2. Mary, bapt. at 

Minster 11 July 1641. 3. William, bapt. at Minster 11 May 1643; 
bur. there 17 May 1643. 4. r/Mwnas, bapt. at Minster 9 Jan. 1644/5; 
bur. there in 1659. 5. William, b. 12 Dec. and bapt. 25 Dec. 1646; 
perhaps the child who was bur. at Minster in 1646. 6. William, of 
Minster, yeoman, K bapt. at Minster 27 Jan. 1648/9; m. at St. 
Mildred, Canterbury, by licence issued 6 Dec. 1669, Elizabeth 
Jenkin of St. Mildred, Canterbury, aged 22, dau. of Henry, deceased, 

*Cf. the printed records of Watertown and Reading. 

tCf. returns from Watertown to the clerk of courts for Middlesex County. 

JHasted's History of Kent, second edition, vol. 10, p. 234. 

5Cf. marriage licence of Henry Jenken of Canterbury, issued 10 May 1623, supra, p. 67. 

||In Berry, op. cil., p. 485, Elizabeth, William, and Daniel are given as children of Thomas 
Jenlcin by his second wife; but the records show that William and Daniel were children by the 
first wife, and Elizabeth was probably a child by the first wife. Cf. entries in the parish registers 
and transcripts of Minster in Thanet, supra, p. 64, and the marriage licence of William Jenkin, 
issued 6 Deo. 1669, tupra, p. 68. 

^Berry, op. cit., p. 4S5, calls him Ilev. William Jenkin, of Lynn( co. Norfolk). 



1922] Genealogical Research in England 75 

the testator of 1664, and his wife Mary (Whittingham), and sister 
of William's stepmother, Margaret Jenkin, widow of his father.' 
7. Daniel, bapt. at Minster 20 Aug. 1651; d. unm. Children by 
second wife, bapt. at Minsterif 8. Rev. Henry, rector of Renton- 
holm and vicar of Silney, co. Norfolk, bapt. 4 Aug. 1655; m. Susan- 
nah Hatfield of Lynn, co. Norfolk; three sons, of whom two were 
clergymen. t 9. Rev. Robert, D.D., master of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, bapt. 31 Jan. 1656/7; d. 7 Apr. 1727; bur. at Lynn, co. 
Norfolk. § 10. /o/in.ofCanterbury, bapt. 20 Feb. 165S/9; appointed 
a judge in Ireland by King William IIL 11. Margaret, bapt. 1 Jan. 
1660/1; m. Rev. John Jonnson, vicar of Appledore and Margate, 
CO. Kent. 

ii. Anna (Hannah), bapt. at St. Peter's in Thanet 3 Dec. 1620; hving 
14 Oct. 1656; m. at Minster in Thanet, 20 May 1639,|| John Frank- 
lin (or Francklyn) of Petham, co. Kent, yeoman, aged about 22, 
living 14 Oct. 1656, s. of Henry of Petham, yeoman. Child: 1. Mary, 
living 14 Oct. 1656. 

iii. Mahqaret, under twenty on 12 Feb. 1639/40; Uving 14 Oct. 1656; m. 
before that date John Pamphlet, living at that date. Children, 
living 14 Oct. 1656: 1. Mary. 2. Elizabeth. 3. Ann. 

iv. Mary, bur. at St. Peter's in Thanet 5 Mar. 1625/6. 

V. Mary, under eighteen on 12 Feb. 1639/40; living 14 Oct. 1656; m. 
before that date Richard Hart (or Harty), hving at that date. 
Children, living 14 Oct. 1656: 1. Mary, under fifteen on 14 Oct. 
1656. 2. William. 3. Richard. 4. Valentine. 

Hale-Dowsett 
Contributed by Walter Goodwin Davis, B.A., LL.B., of Portland, Me. 

That the maiden name of Thomasine, wife of Thomas' Hale of 
Newbury, Mass., was Dowsett has been proved by Mr. William 
Prescott Greenlaw in the Register, vol. 64, page 186, where the 
record of the marriage, 11 December 1632, of Thomas Hall of Watton 
apud Stone, co. Hertford, glover, and Thomazin Dowsett, maiden, 
is given from the printed "Registers of St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, 
London." In the "Calendar of Marriage Licences issued by the 
Faculty Office," 1632-1714, the licence of Thomas Hale and Thom- 
asine Dowsett is found to have been issued 10 December 1632 (The 
Index Library, vol. 33, page 3). The following abstracts of probate 
records, taken from the Withington Papers, now in the possession of 
the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., show that Thomasine Dowsett 
was a daughter of Gabriel Doucet of Harlow, co. Essex, and give 
information about his family. 

The Will of Gabriel Doucet of Harlow, co. Essex, miller, dated 14 Decem- 
ber . To my son Thomas my copyhold tenement near Harlow Market, 

in the tenure of George Chapman. To my daughter Tomazen Douset £90. 
To my son Thomas three roods of freehold land in Harlow March, on con- 
dition that he pay to my daughter Tomazen £10 more. To my grandson 
Thomas Freeman 10s. at the age of five years. To my daughter Joan 53. 

*Cf. the marriage licence, tfupra, p. 68. For descendants of William and Elizabeth Jenkin 
see Berry, op. cU., p. 485. 

tAll information about the children of Thomas Jenkin by his second wife, except the records 
of baptism, has been taken from Berry, op. cit., p. 485. 

tFor descendants of Rev. Henry and Susannah (Hatfield) Jenkin see Berry, cp. cit., p. 485. 

jCf. also Haated's History of Kent, second edition, vol. 10, p. 234. 

1120 May 1640, according to the Consistory transcript of the pariah registers of Minster in 
Thanet; but the licence was issued IS May 1639, and the marriage was probably solemnized in the 
same year. 



76 Proceedings of the N. E. Hist. Gen. Society [Jan. 

To my wife Mercy and my son Thomas, jointly, the care of the mill and all 
other chattels, and they are to be executors. Witnesses: Ed. Spranger, 
John Jocelyn. Proved — January 1627 [1627/8]. (Archdeaconry of Middle- 
sex for Essex arid Herts [Somerset House], Register Browne, fo. 176.) 

Administration on the estate of Mercie Dowsett of Watton-at-Stone 
[co. Herts], widow, was granted to her daughter Thomasine, wife of Thomas 
Hale, and bond was filed 25 June 1635. (Archdeaconry of Huntingdon for 
Herts [Somerset House], Act Book 5, fo. 8.) 

The Dowsett family was well established in western Esse.x and 
eastern Herts in the seventeenth century. Unfortunately the parish 
registers of Harlow were stolen from the church in 1814, and that 
source of further information in regard to the ancestry of Thomasine 
(Dowsett) Hale is therefore cut off. 

[To be continued] 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC 

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

By Henry Edwards Scott, A.B., Recording Secretary 

Boston, Massachusetts, 2 November 1921. A stated meeting of the Society was 
held in Wilder Hall, 9 Ashburton Place, at 2.30 P.M., Albert Henry Lamson, 
Vice President for New Hampshire, presiding, and a quorum being present. 

The minutes of the October meeting were approved, and the reports of the 
Corresponding Secretary, Librarian, Historian, and Council were accepted, the 
Council reporting that smce the October meeting members of the Society had 
been elected as follows: 

Resident Members 
Mrs. RuBsell Hastings of New York City 
Rev. George Nathan Newman of Buffalo, N. Y. 
Rev. William Dawson Bridge, D.D., of Orange, N. J. 
William S. Kemp of Brookline, Mass. 
Mrs. Emma Endicott Marean of Cambridge, Mass. 
Maj. William Howe Greene of St. John's, Newfoundland 
George C. Jackson of Anaconda, Mont. 
Mrs. Edith L. Watts of Cambridge, Mass. 
On motion it was 

Voted, That the New England Historic Genealogical Society hereby enters in its records its 
appreciation of the great loes that it has sustained in the death, on 30 October 1921, of George 
Lambert Gould, Treasurer of the Society and a member ex officio of the Council. Elected a resident 
member of the Society in 1896, he became a life member in 1897 and a Pilgrim Tercentenary mem- 
ber in 1920. Appointed a member of the Committee on Finance in 1917, he was elected Treasurer 
at the annual meeting of the Society in February 1918, and held this office, by virtue of successive 
re€lectionfl, from that time until his death. He discharged the onerous duties of this responsible 
and important position with strict fidelity and unswerving devotion to what he beheved to be the 
highest interests of the Society. Heartily in sympathy with its lofty aims, he not only gave to it 
in the conduct of his office the benefit of experience gained in a long and successful business career 
but also contriblited hberally to its endowment fund, and took an active interest as a member in 
the work of the special committee to which the task of increasing the financial resources of the 
Society and adding to its membership was entrxisted. The Society will cherish the memor>' of his 
sound judgment, kindly spirit, upright character, and ungrudging service, and it extends to his 
eons and daughters this expression of sincere sympathy in their bereavement. 

The Recording Secretary then announced that Clement Stevens Houghton, in 
a letter dated 19 October 1921, had tendered his resignation as a member of the 



1922] Proceedings of the N. E. Hist. Oen. Society 77 

Council of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, and, on motion, it 
was 

Voted, That the resignation of Clement Stevens Houghton ea a member of the Council of the 
New England Historio Genealogical Society be and hereby is accepted. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That at the stated meeting of this Society in December next an election be held, in 
accordance with the By-Laws, to fill any vacancies that may then exist in the list of executive 
officers and councillors. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the Society proceed to the election of a President, vice James Phinney Baxter, 
deceased, and a Councillor, vice Frank Ernest Woodward, deceased, and to the election of the 
Nominating Committee. 

That three tellers be appointed by the Chair, and that said tellers shall distribute, receive, sort, 
and count the ballots, and make a report at this meeting. 

That the polls be now opened, and stand open until every member present has had opportunity 
to vote. 

The Chair appointed as tellers Messrs. Percival Hall Lombard, William Ogilvie 
Comstock, and Lawrence Brainerd, and the election by ballot of a President, a 
Councillor, and the Nominating Committee took place. 

Vice President Lamson then presented, as the speaker of the afternoon, Alfred 
Johnson, A.M., Litt.D., Vice President for Maine, who delivered an instructive, 
interesting, and entertaining address on The Spirit of Maine and exhibited on the 
screen numerous pictures and maps iUustrating his subject. 

On motion of George Walter Chamberlain it was 

Voted, That the thanks of the Society be extended to the speaker of the afternoon for his inter- 
esting address. 

The Chair then called for the report of the tellers, and, when this had been pre- 
sented, declared that John Carroll Chase of Deny, N. H., had been unanimously 
elected President of the Society for the remainder of the term ending in February 
1922, that Andrew Fiske of Weston had been unanimously elected Councillor for 
the remainder of the term ending in February 1924, and that William Hungerford 
Brainerd of Wellesley, William Churchill Briggs of Somerville, Charles Eliot 
Goodspeed of Wollaston, Mrs. Annie Judson Hannigan of Cambridge, and Mrs. 
Winifred Batchelder Kincaid of Sherbom had been unanimously elected members 
of the Nominating Committee. 

Vice President Lamson then presented to the Society the President elect, John 
Carroll Chase, who received an enthusiastic reception from the large number of 
members and guests present. In a few appropriate words Mr. Chase accepted the 
office to which he had been chosen, and then resigned the office of Vice President 
for Massachusetts, which he had hitherto held. 

No further business being presented, the President, at 4.35 P.M., declared the 
meeting dissolved, and extended a cordial invitation to aU present to spend a 
social hour in the tea room. 

7 December. A stated meeting of- the Society was held in Wilder Hall, 9 Ash- 
burton Place, at 2.30 P.M., President Chase presiding, and a quorum being 
present. 

The minutes of the November meeting were read and approved, and the reports 
of the Corresponding Secretary, Lilararian, Historian, and Council were accepted, 
the Council reporting that since the November meeting members of the Society 
had been elected as follows: 

Life Member 
Louis E. Laffin of Princeton, N. J. 

Resident Members 
Walter Austin of Dedham, Mass. 
Mrs. Edward O. Schernikow of New York City 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the Society proceed to the election of a Vice President for Massachusetts, vice John 
Carroll Chase, who has been elected President, a Treasurer, vice George Lambert Gould, deceased, 
and a Councillor, vice Clement Stevens Houghton, resigned. 

That three tellers be appointed by the Chair, and that said tellers shall distribute, receive, sort, 
and count the ballots, and make a report at this meeting. 

That the polls be now opened, and stand open until every member present has had opportunity 
to vote. 



78 Azotes [Jan. 

The Chair appointed as tellers Rev. Anson Titus and Messrs. Charles Sedgwick 
Rackemann and Henry Joseph Stevenson, and the election by ballot of a Vice 
President, a Treasurer, and a Councillor took place. 

While the balloting was in progress the President appointed Messrs. Harold 
Clarke Durrcll and George Sawin Stewart as Auditors to audit the accounts of the 
Treasurer for the current year. 

The Chair then presented, as the speaker of the afternoon, George N. Cross, 
A.M., of Randolph, N. H., who dehvered a very interesting and entertaining 
address, illustrated with stereopticon views, on Beautiful New Hampshire. 

The Chair then called for the report of the tellers, and, when this had been 
presented, declared that Nathan Matthews of Boston had been unanimously 
elected Vice President for Massachusetts for the remainder of the term ending in 
February 1922, that James Melville Hunnewell of Boston had been unanimously 
elected Treasurer for the remainder of the term ending in February 1922, and 
that Robert Dickson Weston of Cambridge had been unanimously elected Coun- 
cillor for the remainder of the term ending in February 1923. 

The report of the Nominating Committee was read and accepted. 

No further business being presented, the President, at 4 P.M., declared the 
meeting dissolved, and invited the large audience, made up of members of the 
Society and their friends, to enjoy the hospitaUty of the adjoining tea room. 

4 January 1922. A stated meeting of the Society was held in WUder Hall, 
9 Ashburton Place, at 2.30 P.M., President Chase presiding. 

The minutes of the December meeting were approved, and the reports of the 
Corresponding Secretary, Librarian, Historian, and Council were accepted, the 
Council reporting that since the December meeting members of the Society had 
been elected as follows; 

Corresponding Member 
M. S. Giuseppi of London, England 

Life Members 
Edward Weston of Newark, N. J. 
Mrs. Charles P. Libby of Chicago, HI. 
Burnham Standish Colburn of West AshevUle, N. C. 
Edward Hutchins Cutler of St. Paul, Minn. 

Resident Members 
Harold Niles Blake of Anaconda, Mont. 
Mrs. Dwight Blaney of Boston, Mass. 
Genevieve King of San Francisco, CaUf. 
Ewie Fuller Dalby of Hyde Park, Mass. 
Mrs. Joseph Foster WTiite of Brookline, Mass. 
Mrs. Almerin Marston of Ventura, N. J. 
Allan Forbes of Boston, Mass. 
The Chair then presented, as the speaker of the afternoon, Walter Hill 
Crockett, Editor of University Publications, University of Vermont, who gave 
an instructive and interesting historical address on Vermont, the Green Mountain 
State, and exhibited many beautiful stereopticon views of Vermont scenery. 

No further business being presented, the President, at 4 P.M., declared the 
meeting dissolved, and invited the members of the Society and their guests to 
remain for the usual social hour. 



NOTES 

It having come to the attention of this Society that certain geneal- 
ogists and publishers have used the name of the Society in con- 
nection with their own enterprises, the Society again desires to 
state that it has NO genealogical representatives in this country 



1922] Notes 79 

or in England, nor is it in any way connected with any publications 
other than those that it issues over its own name at 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 

The Will op Dorothib Wooll. — The testatrix whose will is given in abstract 
below was daughter of Edward and Katharine (Johnson) Overton of Morcott. 
CO. Rutland, Eng. (Cf. The Visitation of the County of Rutland, 1618-19, p. 16, 
in Publications of the Harleian Society, vol. 3), and widow of Rev. Thomas Wooll, 
who was vicar of Boston, co. Lincoln, 1599-1612, and later was rector of Skirbeck, 
CO. Lincoln, where he died in 1618. Of the New England legatees mentioned in 
this will, Ilev. John Cotton of Boston, Mass., had been vicar of Boston, Eng., 
1C12-1633, succeeding Mr. Wooll in that charge, and Abraham Mellowes and 
Rev. Thomas James, formerly of Lincolnshire, were of Charlestown, Mass. 

The Will of Dorothie Wooll of Clypsam (Clipsham), co. Rutland, widow, 
dated 16 December 1636. To my friends in New England, to Mr. Cotton £10, 
to his two children £5 each, to Mr. MeUowes £10, and to Mr. James £5; also £10 
more to friends in New England at the discretion of Mr. Cotton. These legacies 
are to be conveyed to New England by Mr. John HoUed. To my brother, Mr. 
Dymocke Overton, £5, and to his son Edward Overton £5. To John Metcalf 
and his wife of South Luffenham £5. To Mrs. Elizabeth Horsman, daughter, of 
Mr. Horseman of Stretham, £10. To the wife of Zacharie Falkener 20s. To Mr. 
Fisher, the minister here, £9, To Mr. Whittaker £20. To Ruth Shugborough 
sheets and blankets. To Mr. White of Semperingham and his children £10. To 
Mr. Stackhouse of Okeham and his children £8. To Zachary Seaton his son, the 
tanner, £2. To Robert Barrow 10s. To John Tookinge of Boston all he owes me. 
Executors: my kinsman PhJUipp Johnson and Mr. Barthol: Storer. Supervisor: 
Mr. Fisher. Witnesses: Benj. Stonham, Edward Nabbs.Jere. Whittaker. Proved 
4 February 1636/7. (P. C. C, Goare, 37.) 

Boston, Mass. J. Gardner Bartlett. 



Elizabeth (Phillips) (Grosse) (Eldridge) (Heath) Burroughs again. — 
In the Register, vol. 73, p. 239, I showed that Elizabeth (Phillips) (Grosse) 
(Eldridge) (Heath) Burroughs died later than 28 Mar. 1719/20 [1720] and prior 
to 5 Jan. 1736 (1736/7). I am now able to show that she was aUve in Boston, 
Mass., in Aug. 1725, at the age of 72. 

Edward' Shippen (William,' of Yorkshire), born about 1639, came to Boston 
in 1668, married about 1671 Elizabeth Lybrand, was persecuted as a Quaker, 
went to Philadelphia about 1693 or 1694, and died 2 Oct. 1712. (Puhlications of 
The Colonial Society of Massachiisetts, vol. 21, p. 303.) His son, Joseph' Shippen, 
born in Boston 26 Feb. 1679, married (1) in Boston, 5 Aug. 1702, Abigail* Grosse, 
daughter of Thomas' and Elizabeth (Phillips) Grosse, by whom he had six chil- 
dren. The eldest child, Edward' ("Neddy") Shippen, was born in Boston 9 July 
1703, and died at Lancaster, Pa., 25 Sept. 1781. He married 20 Sept. 1725 Sarah 
Plumley. 

In late July or early August 1725 "Neddy" Shippen came from Philadelphia 
to Boston to visit his grandmother and his aunts, probably with a view to raising 
money for his approaching marriage. In reply to a letter from Sarah Plumley, 
dated 2 Aug. 1725, he wrote: 

"My Grandmother tells me she heard I was going to have my Mother in law's 
daughter, I told her it was true enough, and that she was a very deserving pretty 
young lad}', 'well' saj's she, 'make haste and marry, and bring her to Uve in 
Boston.' 'Well, well,' says I. . . . 

"I am visiting my friends who are ready to set me up. I beUeve there never 
was a more lovmg and kind people in y^ world, my Grand-mother lives hand- 
somely but has nothing to spare, only good-will and kindness till she dies — All 
my Aunts and their daughters are exccedinglj' well m.arricd. They gett me to 
dinner at one place to-day — then make me promise to dine at another place 
tomorrow and to sup at another and so they carry me about. I have a maiden 
Aunt [Huldah Grosse] lives with ray Grandmother y" very image of my own 
Mother; both of them bid me remember their kind love to you." 

Edward' Shippen, son of "Neddy" and Sarah (Plumley), was born in Phila- 



80 



Notes 



[Jan. 



delphia 16 Feb. 1729, and died there 16 Apr. 1806. He was chief justice in 1799. 
He married in 1753 Margaret Francis (1735-1794), daughter of Tench Francis. 
Their daughter, Margaret* Shippen, who was born in 1700 and died 24 Aug. 1S04, 
married 15 Apr. 1779 Benedict Arnold, who was born at Norwich, Conn., 14 Jan. 
1741 and died in London 14 June ISOl. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History 
and Biography, vol. 24, pp. 257 ei seq. (1900), contains an extended account of 
the "Life of Margaret Shippen, Wife of Benedict Arnold, " bj- Lewis Burd Walker, 
and it is from this article by Mr. Walker that the quotations given above have 
been taken. So we are assured that the kindly Elizabeth Burroughs lived until 
August 1725 — exactly how much longer perhaps we shall never discover. 
Ohio Stale University, Columbus, Ohio. Arthur Winfred Hodqman. 



Historical Intelligence 

Heraldry. — The Committee on Heraldry of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society strongly recommends that all coats of arms which can be 
proved to be authentic be offered for record 
with this Society. The arrangements for the 
making and preservation of such records are 
complete, and the volume of recorded arms has 
been begun by the entry therein of a number of 
well-authenticated coats. Printed forms and 
directions for the making of applications may 
be obtained from the Committee, and all com- 
munications on this subject should be addressed 
to the Committee on Heraldry, New England 
Historic Genealogical Society, 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 

Without taking any position with reference to 
the propriety of assuming arms, the Committee 
will be glad to examine arms or heraldic devices 
which any person or organization desires to as- 
sume, and give advice as to whether the same are heraldicaliy correct or whether 
they violate a right of exclusive use heretofore acquired by others. 




A New Aid in English Research. — To Mr. Gerald Fothergill of London the 
Register is indebted for information about a series of books recently discovered 
in the old vaults at Somerset House which contain records of the taxes on appren- 
tices' indentures and are helpful to those searching for ancestors born in England 
between the years 1690 and 1740. 

These books give the residence and trade of the father of the apprentice, the 
name, trade, and residence of the master, and the date of the indenture. Hitherto 
the difficulty of the genealogist has been to know which one of the many thousands 
of parish registers in England should be searched in order to find the family in 
which he is interested. Now these apprentice books make it possible to find in 
one set of records clues as to the parentage and home of many of the inhabitants 
of England. 

The entries are extremely numerous, but an alphabetical digest is being made, 
and the records for seven years, containing the names of about 40,000 apprentices, 
have been made accessible in this way. 



Portraits of the Founders. — ■ Mr. Charles Knowles Bolton, librarian of the 
Boston Athenaeum and a member of the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society, is at work on a third volume of his "Portraits of the Founders." He 
would like to hear of portraits of persons born abroad who came to the American 
Colonies before the year 1701. 

Genealogies in Preparation. — Persons of the several names are advised 
to furnish the compilers of these genealogies with records of their own famiUes 
and other information which they think may be useful. We would suggest that 
all facts of interest illustrating family history or character be communicated, 



1922] Recent Books 81 

especially service under the U. S. Government, the holding of other offices, grad- 
■lation from college or professional schools, occupation, with places and dates 
of birth, marriage, residence, and death. AH names should be given in full, if 
possible. No initials should be used when the full name is known. 

Fitch. — Thomas, of Booking, co. Essex, England, clothier, whose will, dated 
11 Dec. 1632, was proved 12 Feb. 1632/3, by Winchester Fitch, 21 East 80th 
Street, New York, N. Y. 

Hemenway. — Ralph, born probably in Yorkshire, England, about 1600, died 
at Roxbury, Mass., 1 June 1678, by Rev. Myles Hemenway, 8 West 10th Street, 
New York, N. Y. 

Jones. — Thomas, bom in Wales before 1690, died at Durham, Me., before 
1767, by E. Frye Barker, 15 West 107th Street, New York, N. Y. 

Laflin. — Charles, born probably in Ireland, died in the part of Westfield, Mass., 
which is now the town of Southwick, 26 Dec. 1762, by Louis Ellsworth Laflin, 
117 Library Place, Princeton, N. J. 

Lawrence. — George, bom probably in England in 1637, died at Watertown, 
Mass., in 1709, by Mrs. C. B. Baker, 639 Church Street, Stevens Point, Wis. 

Rowland. — Henry, supposed to have been bom in Wales, died at Fairfield, 
Conn., in 1691, by Mrs. George Rowland, Greenwich, Conn. 



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when sent by mall, and from whom it may be ordered. For the January issue, books should be 
received by Nov. 1; for Afrril^ by Feb. 1; for Jvly, by May 1; and for October ^ by July^l.] 

GENEALOGICAL 

Brown genealogy. A history of the Michael Brown family of Rowan Co., 
North CaroUna, tracing its hne of posterity from the original Michael Brown to 
the present generation and giving something of the times 150 years ago together 
with many historic facts of local and national interest. By Rev. Richard L. 
Brown. Published under the auspices of the Michael Brown Family Association 
[•1921]. 190 p. pi. por. 12" Price $2.00. Address Rev. Richard L. Brown, 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Clarke, Dr. John, ancestry. Ancestry of Dr. John Clarke of Newport, R. I. 
By G[eorge] Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B. Boston, 1921. 31 p. 8° 
Reprinted from the article entitled " Genealogical Research in England " pub- 
lished in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register for 
October, 1921. 

La Rues genealogy. Six generations of La Rues and allied families : containing 
sketch of Isaac La Rue, Sr., who died in Frederick Co., Va., in 1795, and some 
account of his American ancestors and three generations of his descendants and 
famihes who were connected by intermarriage, among others. Carman, Hodgen, 
Helm, Buzan, Rust, McDonald, Castleman, Walters, Alexander, Medley, McMa- 
hon, Vertrees, Keith, Wintersmith, Clay, Neill, Grantham, Vanmeter, and 
Enlow. Copies of six old wills and other old documents, various incidents con- 
nected with the settlement of the Nolynn Valley in Kentucky; also, a chapter on 
the La Rue family and the child Abraham Lincoln. By Otis M. Mather. Louis- 
ville, Ky., C. T. Dearing Printing Co., Inc., 1921. 13+198 p. il. pi. por. 8° 
Address Otis M. Mather, author, Hodgenville, Ky. 

Tirrell genealogy. Ancestral Uneage of the mother of Alexandros J. Quayle, 
and his sisters, Papie Lee Quayle, and Maud C. Quayle, and brother, James 
Quayle. [By Alexandros Jack Quayle. Los Angeles, Calif., The McBride 
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BIOGRAPHICAL 
Harvard College, Class of 1896. Harvard College, Class of 1896, twenty-fifth 
anniversary report, 189&-1921. Privately printed for the Class. Class Secre- 
tary, John Joseph Hayes, 30 State Street, Boston. 22-f 735 p por 8° 



University of Michigan, Class of 1870. History of the Class of 70, department 
of literature science and the arts. University of Michigan. Supplement, 1903-1921. 
^o,' o/o Vr'^'''^, S- Carter, Secretary. Pubhshed by authority of the Class, 
ly^ji. JuJ+op. pi. 8 

.'^'f}-}}^^ S°l!^Se, general catalogue. General catalogue of the non-graduates 
?Q^ "^v ^°ll^Se, 1796-1920. WilUamstown, Mass., pubhshed by the College, 

HISTORICAL 
(a) General 
EsseK County, Mass., history. Two centuries of travel in Essex Co., Mass., 
a collection of narratives and observations made by travelers, 1605-1799. Col- 
lected and annotated by George Francis Dow. Topsfield, Mass., The Topsfield 
Historical Society, 1921. 189 p. map pi. 8° 

Massachusetts, House of Representatives, journals. Journals of the House of 
Representatives of Massachusetts, 1718-1720, vol. 2. Published at the charge 
of the Dowse Fund. The Massachusetts Historical Society, 1921. 411p.fcsm.4° 

Mayflower, ship, compact. The Mayflower compact and its signers with 
facsimiles and a Ust of the Mayflower passengers. In commemoration of the 
signing of the compact, 21 November 1620. 1620-1920. By George Ernest 
Bowman. Boston, Mass., Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants 1920 
19 p. fcsm. 8° , 

New England, passengers for. Two early passenger hsts, 1635-1637. Com- 
municated by Eben Putnam . Pubhshed by the New England Historic Genealogi- 
cal Society at the Robert Henry Eddy Memorial Rooms. Boston, 1921. 12 p 8° 
Reprinted from the Register for July, 1921. Price $1.00. For sale by the Treas- 
urer of the N. E. Historic Genealogical Society, 9 Ashburton Place. Boston 
Mass. 

New York Times, history. History of The New York Times, 1851-1921 By 
Ekner Davis. New York, The New York Times, 1921. 434 p. fcsm. pi. por. 8° 
(6) Local 

Vineland, N. J., First Congregational Unitarian Church. A historical sketch 
of the l<irst Congregational Umtarian Church of Vineland, N. J., with a hst of 
members. By Frank D[e Wette] Andrews. Privately printed. Vineknd N J 
1919. 21 p. 8° ' 

SOCIETIES AND MAGAZINES 
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Official bulletin 
of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Vol. 16 no 1 
June, 1921. President General, Wallace McCamant, Northwestern BankBuild- 
ing, Portland, Oregon, n. p. n. d. 116 p. fcsm. 8° 

Society of Colonial Wars, New York. The Society of Colonial Wars in the 
State of New York. Yearbook for 1920-1921. Prepared under the authority 
of the Council by the Secretary. May, 1921, pubhcation number 29. 185 p. 8° 

University of Illinois Studies in the Social Sciences. University of Ilhnois 
Studies in the Social Sciences. Vol. 7, nos. 3^; vol. 8, nos. 1-4; vol. 9, nos 1-2 
Urbana, III. Pubhshed by the University of Ilhnois. 1918-1919-1920. 8° 

MISCELLANEOUS 
Atlases, geographical. A hst of geographical atlases in the Library of Congress 
with bibhographical notes. Compiled under the direction of Phihp Lee Philhps 
Chief Division of Maps. Vol. 4, titles 4088-5324. Washington, Government 
Printing Office, 1920. 163 + 639 p. 4° 



THE 
NEW ENGLAND 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 
REGISTER 



APRIL, 1922 



WILLIAM EBEN STONE, PH.B. 
By J. Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass. 

William Eben Stone, of Cambridge, Mass., elected to resident 
membership in the New England Historic Genealogical Society 
5 May 1880, died at his home in Cambridge 23 February 1921. 

He was born at Walpole, Mass., 27 November 1845, the youngest 
son of Dr. Ebenezer' and Elizabeth Holbrook (Hawes) Stone, the 
father being a graduate of Brown University and the Harvard 
Medical School and for over forty years a successful physician in 
Walpole and the surrounding towns. The progenitor of the family 
in America was Dea. Gregory' Stone of Cambridge, Mass., in 1637, 
'from whom Mr. Stone was descended through John^ of Sudbury, 
Mass., NathanieP and Ebenezer* of Framingham, Mass., Silas" of 
Natick, Mass., and Dublin, N. H., who died near Saratoga while 
serving in the American Army in the Revolution, Silas^ of Sherborn, 
Mass., who also was a soldier in the American Army in the Revolution 
and was severely wounded at the Battle of White Plains, N. Y., 
and Dr. Ebenezer' Stone of Walpole, Mass., his father. In all of 
his ancestral lines Mr. Stone traced his descent from the early 
Puritan founders of New England, including among his ancestors 
the Waites, Hills, Pratts, RusseUs, Coohdges, Twitchells, Bullards, 
Harbours, Haweses, and many other well-known families of Middlesex 
and Norfolk Counties, Mass. 

Mr. Stone was graduated at Brown University in 1866 with the 
degree of Bachelor of Philosophy, and then studied mining engineering 
for a year as a member of the first class ever graduated at the Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology. In 1867 he went to Marquette 
Mich., where he remained seven years as a chemist and engineer in 
the employ of various iron mining companies. In 1874 he secured 
an interest in the Champion Iron Company of Michigan, soon after- 
wards became treasurer and general manager of this company, with 
offices in Boston, and continued in these positions for twenty-five 
years. The mines of this iron company were rich in a scarce high- 
grade ore which was essential in the manufacture of steel by the 
earlier methods of the open-hearth process, so that the operations of 
the company, under the efficient, skillful direction of Mr. Stone, 
became extremely profitable. During aU these years Mr. Stone's 

VOL. LXXVI. 6 



84 William Eben Stone [April 

home was in Cambridge and his office in Boston; but four times 
each year he spent a few weeks at the mines in Michigan, supervising 
their management. About 1901 the company was very advan- 
tageously sold to Pennsylvania steel interests merged in the United 
States Steel Corporation, and Mr. Stone retired from active business 
with an ample fortune. 

From his early years Mr. Stone was enthusiastically interested 
in the genealogy of the Stone family and the history of his ancestors, 
and by his persistent efforts from 1880 to 1896, through researches 
by Col. Joseph Lemuel Chester, Henry FitzGilbert Waters, and 
himself, he succeeded in locating Gregor}' Stone at Great Bromley, 
CO. Essex, England, and in tracing back his ancestry there for several 
. generations. These results were reported by Mr. Stone at the first 
meeting of the Stone Family Association, held in Boston 26 January 
1897. Of this organization Mr. Stone was the predominant but 
unostentatious leader during the rest of his life, serving as its vice 
president, 1897-1904, its president, 1904-1909, and a member of 
its executive committee, 1909-1921. The activities of this association 
culminated in the appearance in 1918 of the "Gregory Stone Gene- 
alogy," an important work of nine hundred pages, the compilation 
and publication of which were almost wholly due to the enthusiastic 
efforts and extreme liberahty of Mr. Stone. 

In 1907 Mr. Stone was appointed a member of the Committee on 
English Research of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
and he served on this committee the remaining fourteen years of his 
life. During all this time he was not only a generous annual con- 
tributor to the funds raised by the committee for carrying on gene- 
alogical research in England, but was also always warmly appreciative 
of the results secured and published in the Register. After holding 
membership in the Society for forty years, ho was elected, at the 
annual meeting in February 1920, a councillor for a three-year 
term, onl}-^ one year of which he had served at the time of his decease. 
During his later life he was a frequent visitor to the library of the 
Society and to the Boston Athenaeum, for the purpose of pursuing 
his favorite genealogical researches. 

In 1874 Mr. Stone established his home in Cambridge, where he 
resided the rest of his life, and in later .years he also had a summer 
house on Fisher's Island, in Long Island Sound. He travelled e.xten- 
sively in North and South America, and several times made extended 
trips to Europe, where the family lived at one time for three years 
while his children were being educated there. 

Ho was a member of the Somerset Club of Boston, the Oakley 
Country Club, the New England Kennel Club, and the Cambridge 
Boat Club. He also held membership in the Cambridge Historical 
Society, the Boston AthenoBum, the Bostonian Society, the Biblio- 
phile Society of Boston, the Society of Colonial Wars in the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts, and the Society of Sons of the Revolution. 
The finest qualities of our ancient New England stock came to their 
fairest fruition in the character and personality of Mr. Stone. His 
innate refinement, cultured mind, and delicate modesty were always 
apparent; his courteous, genial, engaging manner and frank, sincere 



1922] Descendants of Joseph Soule 85 

cordiality ever gladdened the circles in which he moved; his gentle, 
serene disposition, sympathetic kindness, warmth of heart, and 
liberal generosity endeared him to all his relatives and friends; and 
his unswerving integrity, sound judgment, and intellectual abilities 
secured for him the respect and esteem of the community. Favored 
with a tall figure, fine physique, and handsome countenance, he had 
a distinguished bearing and appearance. Remarkably fine health 
and unimpaired keenness of mind enabled him to enjoy life with 
full zest to advanced age, until finally stricken with illness a few 
months before his decease in his seventy-sixth year. 

He married at Cambridge, 22 June 1871, Katherine M. Fay, 
daughter of Rev. Dr. Charles and Charlotte E. (Hoplcins) Fay. 
She survives him, together with their three daughters, Mrs. Arthur 
Loring Jackson (Pauline Fay Stone) of Cambridge, Mrs. Austin 
Tappan Wright (Margaret Garrad Stone) of Berkeley, Calif., and 
Amy Fay Stone of New York City. Their only son, Reginald Stone, 
died in 1892, in his fifteenth year. 



JOSEPH SOULE OF FAIRFIELD, VT., 

AND 

SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 

By Gilbert Harrv Doane, A.B., of Fairfield, Vt. 

1. Joseph^ Soule, of Fairfield, Vt., whose family and descendants 
form the subject of this article, was born about 1747,* and died at 
Fairfield 12 May 1820, "Ae. 73 yrs.," according to his gravestone in 
the Munro Soule Cemetery, in the western part of that town. He 
married, probably at New Fairfield, Conn., about 1767, Eunicf, 
HuNGERFORD, born, probably in Connecticut, about 1751, died at 
Fairfield 19 Aug. 1839, "Ae. 88 yrs." (gravestone), daughter of 
Samuel and Mary (Graves). f 

With his wife Eunice and their eight children, Joseph Soule came 
to Fairfield in 1791, thus becoming one of the early settlers of that 
town and establishing there one of the oldest and most honored 
families in the county. He was one of the men of Fairfield who 
followed Rev. Benjamin Wooster to the defense of Plattsburg, N. Y., 
in 1814. 

Children, all born, probably in Connecticut, before their 
parents came to Vermont: 

2. i. Timothy,' b. about 1768. 

3. ii. Isaac Newton. 

4. iii. Salmon, b. 13 Dec. 1771. 

iv. Cynthia, m. Ebenezer Phelps, s. of Joel and Jerusha (Nash). 

*For the supposed parentage and snceetry of Joeeph Soule see Appendix to thia article, infra, 
p- 101. 

tSamuel Hungerford, who waa fifth in descent from Thomas Hungerford, Sr., one of the earb' 
propnetofs of Hartford, Conn., waa the original grantee of three towns in northern Vermont, 
namely, Fairfield, Smithfield (now a part of Fairfield), and Hungerford (now Sheldon). 



86 Descendajits of Joseph Soule [April 

They settled at Plattsburg, N. Y. Children: 1. Charles J., b. at 
Fairfield 28 May 179S. 2. Hiram Soule, h. at Fairfield 26 August 
1800. Probably others. 

5. V. Henry. 

6. vi. Joseph, b. 3 Oct. 1779. 

vii. Sarah, b. 1 May 1782; d. at Fairfield 28 Mar. 1867; m. (1) at 
Fairfield Joseph Meruill, who d. before 1808; m. (2) Capt. 
JoAB Smith, b. at Oakham, Mass., 9 Sept. 1774, d. at Fairfield 
26 Jan. 1858, s. of Sergt. WilUam and Rebecca (Parmenter). 
Capt. Smith was called "the father of the town," and at one 
time represented it in the State Legislature. Children by first 
husband, b. at Fairfield: 1. A soti, d. in infancv. 2. Merro Joseph 
b. 22 May 1805; d. at Fairfield 4 Mar. 1897; m. about 1825' 
Aurelia Wheeler, b. 5 May 1810, d. 4 Mar. 1879, dau. of Ira and 
Eunice (Bradley). Eleven children.* Children by second hus- 
band, b. at Fairfield: 3. Cynthia, b. 5 May 1809; d. at Fairfield 
12 Apr. 1885; m. 10 Sept. 1828 Nathan' Gilbert, b. at Fairfield 
30 June 1804, d. there 21 Dec. 1864, s. of Nathan* and Lucy 
(Sherwood); four children, t b. at Fairfield. 4. Sarah, h. 24 May 
1811; d. at East Fairfield 4 May 1874; m. 6 Mar. 1831, Charles 
Rensselear Read, b. at Fairfield 6 Aug. 1810, s. of Rensselaer; 
five children. 5. Joah, b. 2G Apr. 1813; d. 10 June 1813. 6. 
Hiram, b. 13 May 1814; d. 17 June 1820. 7. Ephraim, b. 21 May 
1817; d. unra. in Michigan 21 Apr. 1839. 8. Emmeline, b. 4 Oct. 
1821; d. at Faii-field 4 Apr. 1S84; ra. Benjamin Wooster Northrop, 
s. of Harmon and Sarah Harris (Wooster) and grandson of Rev. 
Benjamin Woost«r (cf. Register, vol. 75, p. 188); four children, 
b. at Fairfield. 9. Angeline, b. 5 Feb. 1826; d. 2 Apr. 1826. 
7. viii. Hiram B., b. 12 Mar. 1790. 

2. Timothy^ Soule {Joseph}), of Fairfield, Vt., born probably in 
Connecticut, about 1768, died at Fairfield 27 Dec. 1860, in 
"his 93rd yr." .He married Betsy Elliot "of Connecticut," 
who died at Fairfield 19 Apr. 1843, in "her 73rd yr." 

Timothy Soule came to Vermont in 1791 with his father, 
bringing with him his wife and possibly an infant child. He 
settled in the western part of the town, on what is now called 
the Ashton Soule farm. He followed Rev. Benjamin Wooster 
to the defense of Plattsburg in 1814. 

Children, all, except possibly the first, born at Fairfield: 
i. Eunice,' b. in 1791; d. at Fairfield 28 Mar. 1843, "ae 57 yrs.;" 

m. HoTCHKiss. Children, b. at Fairfield: 1. Charlotte, 

b. in 1821; d. 16 Dec. 1846. 2. Betsy Soule, b. in 1826; d. 24 Apr. 
1856. Probably others. 
ii. Amanda, b. in 1793; d. at Fairfield 23 Mar. 1852; m. her first 
cousin once removed, Willis Northrop, b. at Fairfield in 1792, 
d. 18 June 1875, s. of Amos and Zorah (Hungerford).t He was 
among those who followed Rev. Benjamin Wooster to Plattsburg 
in 1814. Children, b. at Fairfield: 1. Isaac (twin), b. in 1816; 
ra. Eunice Pratt; one child. 2. Reliecca (twin), b. in 1816; m. 
John A. Earned; no children. 3. Eunice, b. in 1818; d. in 1836. 
4. Jane Elliot, h. in 1821; d. at East Fairfield in 1876; m. Nelson 

•Of these children, Sarah Emily, born in 1830 or 1831, married her first cousin once removed. 
Samuel Hungerford Soule (vide infra, 23); Oscar S., born in 1838, married (1) his second cousin 
once removed, Airianda H. Isham, daughter of Nelson William and Jane EUiot (Northrop) (2, ii, 4), 
and married (2) Eliza J. Hale, born in 1867, died in 1917; and Albert S., born in 1839, married 
his second cousin once removed, Ella Agnea Isham, daughter of Nelson William and Jane Elliot 
(Northrop). 

tThe eldest of these children, Hamilton Smith Gilbert, born 13 Sept. 1829, married his second 
cousin, Martha Barber Soule (9, v), q.v. 

XZorah (Hungerford) Northrop was a sister of Eunice (Hungerford) Soule, wife of Joseph 
Soule (1). 



1S.5-2.J 



Canada Fri^': 



sr 



A LIST OF CANADA PRISONERS. 



FURNISHED BY FREDERIC KIDDER. 



[Note. — The original siitlliiig of the names is rctnincd.] 

Names of English Captives Ransomed from Qucheek hy Matthew Carij, 
in October, 1695. 



Capt. Jos. Hammond, of Piscadawa. 

John Key, Senr. of do. 

Jno Key, Jr. of do. 

James Rose, of Cascnw. 

Edwd Jones, of Xnnli West. 

Ucny Simpson, of York. 

Jno Road, of Samau fals. 

Jams Alexandr, Cascow. 

Thos Drew, Grotoii. 

Josh Swarton, bov, Cascow. 

Mrs Mar' Stilson, Pemaquid. 



Mrs Mary Plasted, York. 
Hitob' Goodwin, Kittery. 
Eliz'' Tozer, do. 

Sarah IfurnTisen, do. 
Abig' fTurn-usen, do. 
Mary Tibs, York. 

Johana Swarton, do. 
Eiizab"! Smart, Oyster River. 
Cisia Braket, do. 

Mag" Adams, York. 
Mary Cooper, do. 



Names of those remaining still in hands of the frenrh at Canada. 



Saml York, of Cascow. 
Saml Souter, of do. 
Abigal Willey, of Oj'ster River. 
Judy AVilley, of do. 

Elizabeth WiUHy, of do. 
Grizoll Ottis, Cochieca. 
Christon Ottis do. 
Abigal Koy, Kitten,-. 
Mercy Adams, do. 
Jos Perkins, boy, Dover. 
Abigal Curlin, do. 

Steph" Otis, do. 

Liddy Langly, girl, do. 
Mary Swarten, do. 

James Stilton, boy, Pemquid. 
Jno Ottis, boy, Dover. 
Abigal Bracket, Dover. 
John Stephins, boy, Pemquid. 
Rose Ottis, [cfirl,] Cochica. 
Jno Antony, boy, do. 
Obada Prible, do. do. 



Elizab'' Squir, Dover. 
Mary Stilson, girl, Pemqd. 
Katt" Stephens, do. do. 
John Persons, bo\', Dover. 
Sarah Davis, girl, Cascow. 
Roland Young, boy, Dover. 
Robt Clark, do. York. 

Ruth Persons, Dover. 

Maiy Sayard. do. 

Esther Sayward, do. 
H. Short, boy, do. 

Chas Trafton, York, boy. 
John Skyly, boy, Oys. Riv. 
Sarah Whitt, girl, do. 
Sam' Rand, boy, do. 

riannah Dongan, 
Mary Aslin, [ijirl,] York. 
Thos Baker, boy, Cascow. 
Geo Gray, do. do. 
Rich'^ Nason, do. 
Jos Michott. 



MORE CANADA PRISONERS. 



FURNISHED BY FREDERIC KIDDER. 



Boston Harbour, Octo 6, 17-tS. 

An account of Sundry English prisoners, brought in from Louisburg, 
by Aylmer Gravill, in the Schooner Brittania, who were trfnsported 
there from Canada. 



88 Descendants of Joseph Soule [April 

to the defense of Plattsburg in 1814. Children: 1. Rhoda Merrill, 
h. in Feb. 1817; d. 1 Sept. 1832. 2. Julia M., b. in 1819; d. in 
1896; m. Ormond Bradley, b. in 1806, d. in 1883. 3. Auret, b. in 
1821; d. 21 May 1861; m. Gershom Wheeler, b. in 1815, d. 24 
Apr. 1864, 8. of Ira and Eunice (Bradley). 4. Helen, b.. in Jan. 
1830; d. 19 Nov. 1830. 

Isaac Newton, d. in infancy. 

Rhoda Merrill, d. in infancy. 

Julia, m. Paige, brother or cousin of Stillman Eliiha Paige, 

husband of her first cousin, Betsy Elliot (Soule) Paige (2, ix). 

12. V. Anson. 

vi. DwiGHT, who removed to the West. 

Children by second wife, born at Fairfax: 

13. vii. Isaac Newton. 

viii. Rhoda Merrill, d. unm. 

ix. Jane, m. Jonas McIvinnet. 

X. Warren, m. . Children (order of births uncertain): 

l.EUen* 2. Ella. 3. Lillian. 4. Alherl. 5. George. 6. Laxtra. 

7. Clara. 8. WiUiam. 
xi. George, known as "The Candy-maker," d. unm. 

xii. Caroline, m. Brush or — — — Farrar. 

xiii. Electa, m. — — - Farrar or Brush. 

14. xiv. Jackson A., b. in 1820. 

4. Salmon^ Soule (Joseph^) born, probably in Connecticut, 13 Dec. 

1771, died at Fairfield, Vt., 16 June 1858. He married Sarah 
Bradley, born 23 May 1779, died at Fairfield 23 May 1846, 
daughter of Andrew and Ruth (Wakeman). 

He came to Fairfield with his parents in 1791, and settled 
in the southern part of the town, on the land which now forms 
part of the estate of his grandson, George Henry Soule. He 
was with Rev. Benjamin Wooster at the defense of Plattsburg 
in 1814. 

Children, born at Fairfield: 

15. i. Charles Rollin.' 

ii. Chilo, d. 16 Oct. 1808, "Ae. 20 yrs." [»ic]. 

16. iii. Bradley H., b. about 1800. 

iv. Armida, m. England, possibly the man of that surname 

who settled in Fairfax, Vt., during the first decade of the nine- 
teenth centurj'. 

V. Solon, b. 19 July 1805; d. unm. 27 Nov. 1887. 

vi. Sarah, b. 19 Oct. 1811; d. 28 June 1818. 

vii. Jane, b. 19 Oct. 1814; d. 9 May 1887; m. Silas Holtokb. 

17. viii. Rensselaer. 

18. ix. Joseph Allen, b. 21 Sept. 1821. 

5. Henry^ Soule (Joseph^), born probably in Connecticut, died 

at Dunham Flats, Province of Quebec, Canada. He married 



He came to Vermont with his parents in 1791, later settling 
at Fairfa.x and .serving from this town in the War of 1812. 
Children, probablj^ born at Fairfax: 

19. i. Franklin,' b. about 1817. 

20. ii. Silas. 

iii. Sarah, m. Gilbert Boright. They resided at Cowansville, 
Province of Quebec. Children: 1. George. 2. A daughter. 

iv. Sophia, m. Alonzo Brush, M.D. Children: 1. Walter. 2. A 
daughter. 



1922] Descendants of Joseph Souk 89 

6. Joseph' Soule (Joseph), born, probably in Connecticut, 
3 Oct. 1779, died at Fairfield, Vt., 25 Aug. 1863. He married, 
in Jan. 1809, Esther Whitney, born at Reading, Conn., 
29 Sept. 1788, died at Fairfield 6 June 1870, daughter of 
Sherwood and Abigail (Lobdell) and sister of Harriet Whitney, 
who married Joseph Soule's nephew, Salmon Soule (8). 

He was among those who followed Rev. Benjamin Wooster 
to Plattsburg in 1814. He represented the town of Fairfield 
in the State Legislature several times, and held the office of 
town clerk from 1824 until his death, when that office fell to 
his son, Albert Gallatin Soule. It is interesting to note that 
this office has been in the Soule family since 1824. 

Children, born at Fairfield: 
i. Sappho Elvir.^,' b. 31 Oct. 1809; d. 3 Aug. 1883; m. Hiram Barlow, 
b. 9 July 1809, d. 30 Jan. 1880, s. of Ebenezer and Orissa (Wil- 
marth). Children: 1. Ebenezer, h. 14 June 1832; d. in 1913; 
m. at Chardon, Ohio, in May 18.59, Ehzabeth Ann Collins. 
2. Marion, h. 14 Apr. 1834; d. 12 Sept. 1836. 3. Albert Sovle, 
b. 18 July 1836; living unm. in 1873. 4. Edxmrd Putnam, b. 
1 Feb. 1838; d. unm. at Warsaw, Ark., 4 July 1860. 5. Clarence 
Hiram, b. 20 Jan. 1841; d. in 1913. 6. Florence Marian, h. 20 
Sept. 1846; m. 30 Nov. 1870 Wallace Coming Dickey, b. 7 Oct. 
1841, s. of James and Harriet (Corning); one child. Coming. 
7. Ellen Augusta, b. 6 Feb. 1850. 

21. ii. Albert Gallatin, b. 12 Aug. 1811. 

iii. Harrison, b. 30 Mar. 1813; d. unm. 13 Dec. 1856. 
iv. LaFayette, b. 31 May 1815; d. unm. 16 Apr. 1863. 

22. V. Joseph Douglass, b. 16 Mar. 1817. 

vi. Clarissa Whitney, b. 1 Feb. 1819; d. 10 Sept. 1892; m. Rensselaer 
Read Sherman, M.D., b. at Fairfield 23 Dec. 1818, d. in June 
1878, s. of Elijah and Sarah (Larkin). He was a graduate of the 
Albany (N. Y.) Medical College, and practised medicine in 
Fairfield and St. Albans, Vt. Children: 1. Elizabeth Putnam, 
b. 8 Aug. 1847; Hving in 1920 at Troy, N. Y.; m. 2 June 1870 
James Erwin Schoonmaker, b. at Stillwater, N. Y., 23 Dec. 1838, 
d. at Troy 11 Feb. 1907, a. of Peter and Sarah Mallory (Dunning) 
three children, b. at Troy. 2. Frederick Whitney, b. 15 Mar. 1849 
d. 22 Nov. 1867. 3. Jenny PauU, h. at St. Albans 2 Oct. 1854 
d. there 22 Nov. 1864. 4. George Hiram, b. at St. Albans 17 July 
1857; d. there 5 Feb. 1865. 

vii. Orissa Barlow, b. 8 May 1821; d. unm. 10 May 1881. 

viii. Ldcia Esther, b. 13 Sept. 1822; d. s. p. at Fairfield 27 Apr. 1887; 
m. Alonzo Allen Farrand, b. 25 Sept. 1816, d. 15 Feb. 1893, 
s. of Thomas and Abigail (Royce).* They resided in Fairfield. 

23. ix. Samuel Hunqerford, b. 6 Sept. 1824. 

24. X. Hiram Barlow, b. 13 Jan. 1827. 

xi. Augusta Esther, b. 28 Sept. 1831; d. unm. 20 July 1872. She 
succeeded her brother, Albert Gallatin Soule, as town clerk of 
Fairfield, and held that office until her death. She is the only 
won-.an to have held this office in the town. 

7. HiRAM B.' Soule (Joseph^), born, probably in Connecticut, 
12 Mar. 1790, died at Fairfield, Vt., 24 Mar. 1847. He married, 
28 Oct. 1816, LucRETiA Olmstead, born 9 Dec. 1795, died 
30 Oct. 1877, daughter of Timothv and his second wife, 
Eunice (Page) (Ufford).t 

*They adopted two children: 1 . Ida Bell, who died unm. 28 Feb. 1884. 2, Ndlit Methan, who 
WW reaides on the Farrand estate in Fairfield. 

tLucretia (Olmatead) Soule's brother, LeGrand Olmatead, Imarried Polly E.' Soule (2, vi, 
irith footnote). 



90 Descendants of Joseph Soule [April 

He came to Vermont with his parents in 1791, and later 

settled in the western part of Fairfield, owning what is now 

called the H. A. Soule farm. 
Children, born at Fairfield: 

i. JoHNSANFORDj'b. 6 Aug. 1817; m. 12 Mar. 1847 Maria Kinosborv. 
They moved to Ripon, Wis. 

ii. HuLDAH Elvira, b. 17 Apr. 1819; d. unm. 15 May 1SG9. 

iii. A SON, b. 9 May 1823; d. 11 May 1823. 

iv. A DADGHTER, b. 18 June 1824; d. in infancy. 

V. Joseph Darius, b. 21 Aug. 1825; d. unm. at Burlington, III., 5 Jan. 
1854. 

vi. Eunice Hungerford, b. 20 Mar. 1828; m. 30 Nov. 1853 Orville 
S. Bliss, b. at Fairfax, Vt., 27 June 1826, s. of Abner and Eloiae A. 
(Nichols). He was a prominent man not only in his own town 
but throughout the State. Children, b. at Fairfax: 1. Abner, 
b. 21 Mar. 1856. 2. Clara, b. 18 Mar. 1858. 3. Nell ColUm, b. 30 
June 1860; m. Myron Hadley of Georgia, Vt. 

vii. Clara Albina, b. 21 May 1830; d. unm. 4 Nov. 1901. 

25. viii. Hiram Allen, b. 4 May 1834. 

ix. Eugene BEAUHARNors, b. 7 Oct. 1836; m. Jane Lewis. They 

moved to the Middle West. 
x. Venetia Lucretia, b. 11 Jan. 1841; d. at Fairfield 26 Mar. 1864; 

m. 7 May 1863 Silas He.mingway Jennison Safford, b. 23 

Mar. 1840, d. 10 June 1887. Child: 1. Jennison S., of Fairfield, 

b. 1 Feb. 1864; m. Elizabeth Fitzgerald. 

8. Salmon^ Soule {Timothy,- Joseph^), born at Fairfield, Vt., 
25 Jan. 1795, died there 3 Sept. 1885. He married first, 7 Apr. 
1820, Harriet Whitney, born 22 Nov. 1795, died 6 Jan. 1842, 
daughter of Sherwood and Abigail (Lobdell) and sister of 
Esther Whitney, who married Salmon Soule's uncle, Joseph 
Soule (6); and secondly Selina B. Wheeler, born 14 May 
1820, died 1 May 1909, daughter of Ira and Eunice (Bradley). 

Children by first wife, born at Fairfield: 
i. Emily Hamilton,^ b. 18 Aug. 1821; d. 26 Oct. 1862; m. in Mar. 
1842 George Ball, b. 6 Dec. 1821, d. 19 Jan. 1876, s. of Capt. 
John and Eunice (Merrifield). Children: 1. A son, d. in infancy. 
2. George Douglas, b. 11 Nov. 1843; d. 23 May 1883; m. Ann!i 
Clifton of Minnesota. 3. Charles Henry, h. 10 Dec. 1846; m. 
Daisy Miller. 4. Horace Weeks, b. 21 Feb. 1848; d. 15 Apr. 1909; 
m. Clara Lawler. 5. Emily Souie, b. 1 Aug. 1850; d. 20 July 1919; 
m. Albert Wright. 6. Eunice Merrifield, h. 18 Apr. 1852; hving 
at Oakland, Calif., in 1921; m. Quincy Acastus Chase, b. at 
Freeport, Me., 2 Nov. 1830, d. at Oakland 22 June 1918, s. of 
Thomas and Louisa (Coffin); he was one of the early pioneers 
of San Francisco. 7. Manette, b. 15 June 1854; d. 24 July 1874. 
8. Edwin, b. in 1856; d. in 1858. 9. Harriet Helen, b. 22 May 
1858; ra. William Dornin. 

26. ii. Edwin Carleton, b. 13 Feb. 1823. 

iii. Helen Mar, b. 14 Apr. 1824; d. at Troy, N. Y., in Sept. 1869; 
m. Edward J. Hicks. Children: 1. Frances Janes, b. .in Aug. 
1850; m. Walter Rae, M.D.; three children.* 2. Horace Janes. 

iv. Marietta, b. 15 May 1826; d. at Fairfield 7 Sept. 1852; m. John 
Wight Nye, b. 12 Apr. 1821, d. at Fairfield 12 Feb. 1902, s. of 
Benjamin and Mary (Wight). He m. (2) her first cousin, Mary 
Ehza Soule (9, iii). Child: 1. Alfred Atwood, b. at Fairfield 
11 Apr. 1850; d. unm. in California 16 Jan. 1883. 

V. Sarah, b. in May 1835; m. Richard Peters. They moved to the 

•John Rae, the well-known artist, is a son of Walter and Frances Janes (Hicks) Rae. 



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Middle West. Children: 1. Henry. 2. Joseph. 3. Salmon. 4. 
Richard. 5. Helen. 

Children by second wife, born at Fairfield: 
vi. Andrew Jackson, b. 26 Nov. 1848; d. unm. 16 Nov. 1871. 

27. vii. Horace Wheeler, b. 19 May 1853. 

28. viii. Salmon Allen, b. 29 Mar. 1855. 

9. Harmon' Soule (Timothy,'^ Joseph^), born at Fairfield, Vt., 
8 Mar. 1797, died there 16 Mar. 1877. He married first Polly 
Flint, born 25 Sept. 1801, died 18 Jan. 1836, daughter of 
Edward and Mabel (Ufford); secondly Eliza Flint, born 
3 Aug. 1807; died 27 Mar. 1843, sister of his first wife; and 
thirdly Mary Ann Beardsley, daughter of Samuel and 
Mary Ann (Hurlbut). 

Children by first wife, born at Fairfield: 
i. Charlotte,' b. 15 Aug. 1824; d. 4 Nov. 1898; m. Ebenezer 
Burnham, b. 6 Mar. 1819, d. 23 Mar. 1906, s. of Philander and 
Electa (Bcals). Children: 1. Edson, b. at St. Albans, Vt., 5 Nov. 
1850; m. at Worcester, Mass., 16 Mar. 1875, Mary AjneUa Stone, 
b. ISOct. 1853, dau. of Maj. Samuel VirgilandMaryAnne(Brown); 
they have resided at Eden, Vt., and at Melville, N. Dak., and 
in 1916 were living at Anita, La.; five children. 2. Edna, b. 30 
June 1853; d. at Minneapolis, Minn., 22 Sept. 1908; m. EUery 
Barnes, b. 27 Mar. 1850, d. in Minnesota 30 Mar. 1910; they 
resided in Minnesota; five children. 3. Helen J., b. 13 Aug. 1855; 
d. 13 May 1865. 4. Harmon Souk, b. 22 Apr. 1861; m. Myra D. 
Hadlev, b. 21 Dec. 1861; one child, Maude. 5. Martlia Elizabeth, 
b. 16 Aug. 1866; d. 3 Dec. 1890. 
ii. Edw.ird, b. in 1826; d. unm. in Nov. 1853. 

iii. Marv Eliza, b. 3 Sept. 1829; d. at Fairfield 14 Sept. 1887; m., as 
his second wife, John Wight Nye,* b. 12 Apr. 1821, d. at Fair- 
field 12 Feb. 1902, s. of Benjamin and Mary (Wight). Children: 

1. Edward John, b. at Fairfield 5 Apr. 1858; m. Lucretia Northrop 
Tracy, b. 5 Dec. 1861, dau. of Howard and Clarissa Comb 
(Northrop); they reside at Paso Robles, Calif.; two children. 

2. George Washington, of St. Albans, Vt., b. 1 Oct. 1861; m. 
11 Apr. 1893 Mary Alida Rockwell; one child, Mary AUda, b. 
7 Sept. 1895, d. 14 Nov. 1895. 3. Fanny PoUy, b. 3 Sept. 1865; 
m. 21 July 1909, as his second wife, Chester Fairbanks Nye, 
b. 17 Dec. 18.38, s. of Nelson Nye; they reside at Pawnee City, 
Nebr. 4. WiUiam Eaton, b. 11 Apr. 1869; d. 16 Apr. 1871. 

iv. A SON, b. in Sept. 1832; d. 7 Nov. 1832. 

v. Martha Barber, b. 29 Sept. 1834; d. at Fairfield 18 Mar. 1914; 
m. in Nov. 1870 her second cousin, Capt. Hamilton S.viith 
Gilbert, b. at Fairfield 13 Sept. 1829, d. there 12 Mar. 1919, 
s. of Nathan and C}-nthia (Smith) (1, vii, 3). Captain Gilbert 
served in the Union Army in the Civil War, and commanded 
Co. E, Twelfth Vermont Regiment, at the Battle of Gettysburg. 
He had served previously to this as a private in the Ransome 
Guards. Mrs. Gilbert was prominent as a teacher, and later 
became the first woman superintendent of schools in Fairfield. 
Children: 1. A son, d .in infancy. 2. Maude CluxrloUe, b. at Fair- 
field 28 June 1872; m. 15 Feb. 1890 Harry Harvey' Doane, 
b. at Bakersfield, Vt., 1 July 1873, s. of Bradley John* and Ellen 
Harriet (Randall); they reside at Fairfield, Vt.; three sons.f 

3. Lou Mabel, b. 25 Jan. 1876; m. 4 Sept. 1901 George Burwell 
Utley of Hartford, Conn., b. 3 Dec. 1876, s. of George Tyler 

*ne raarried firet her firat cousin, Marietta Soule (8, iv). 

tThe author of this genealogy, Gilbert Harry Doane, is the eldest of these three sons. 



92 Descendants of Joseph Souk [April 

and Harriot Ella (Burwell), and now librarian of the Ncwl>errv 
library in Chicago, III., where they reaide. 

Chiltlren by second wife, born' at Fairfield: 

vi. Sarah, b. in 1S37; d. 14 Apr. 1S60; m. William Chadwick. Child: 
1. Gordius, d. 18 Mav 1859, "ae. 10 mos." 

vii. Eunice M., b. 18 Jan. 1839; d. 29 Mar. 1842. 

viii. Elizabeth Harriet, b. G Feb. 1842; living in 1921; m. Jamk.s 
Franklin Pratt, b. 21 May 1841, d. at Minneapolis, Minn., 
1 Jan. 1907, s. of Franklin and Catherine (Wright). 

ix. A SON, b. 23 Mar. 1843; d. 25 Mar. 1843. 

Children by third wife, born at Fairfield: 

29. X. Warren Samuel, b. 5 Nov. 1847. 

30. xi. Fayette Hull, b. 17 July 1850. 

xii. Helen Adeline, b. 30 Nov. 1858; d. 17 Mar. 1905; m. Sidney 
Wanzer, b. in 1858, d. in 1914, s. of Thomas N. and Sarah 
(Crow). Child: 1. Floretice, b. 30 Apr. 1892; d. 13 Aug. 1892. 

10. Timothy^ Soule (Timothy,- Joseph^), born at Fairfield, Vt., 

8 Apr. 1813, died there 16 Apr. 1882. He married, 4 May 1841, 

H. Miranda Burnham, born'26 Jan. 1817, died 25.June 1901, 

daughter of Philander and Electa (Beals). 
Children (order of births uncertain) : 

i. Lewis H.< 

ii. Betsy E., b. at Fairfield 20 Sept. 1843; d. there 28 Apr. 1883; m. 
24 Feb. 1862 Lorenzo T. Ch.amberlin, b. 11 Jan. 1843, d. 19 
Oct. 1883, 8. of Daniel and Lydia. Children, b. at Fairfield: 
1. Mary E., b. 16 Mar. 1863; d. 19 Sept. 1871. 2. Dora A/., of 
Los Angeles, Calif., b. 18 Dec. 1864. 3. Charles A., b. 11 Jan. 
1867; drowned in the Hudson River, at Albany, N. Y., 26 July 
1887. 4. Sanford B., of Newburgh, N. Y., b. 15 Oct. 1868; 

m. ; four children. 5. DanUl W., of Glens Falls, N. Y., 

b. 17 Mar. 1871; m. 24 June 1894 Louise M. Swart, dau. of C. L. 
Swart; two children. 6. Clara A/., b. 27 Jan. 1874; d. 13 Apr. 
1906; m. 18 June 1892 Clarence Baker; two daughters. 7. Lydia 
Mabel, b. 29 Dec. 1875; m. Elmer P. Hurlbut; residence, Georgia, 
Vt.; three children. 8. Ethel A., b. 30 Dec. 1877; in. (1) Vincent 

Hughes; m. (2) ; two children by first husband, one 

daughter by second husband. 

iii. William Wallace. 

iv. Alvin, m. Persis Russell. 

v. Sanpord B. 

vi. Sally Miranda, b. 28 Sept. 18—; d. at Los Angeles, Calif., 24 Apr. 
1919; m. Calno Baker of St. Albans, Vt. 

vii. Eunice H., m. Charles Brown. 

viii. Charles. 

11. James Munro' Soule (Timothy,^ Joseph^), born at Fairfield, 

Vt., 10 June 1817, died there 15 Feb. 1889. He married 
Mariettb E. Payne, born 9 Apr. 1826, died 27 Nov. 1901. 
daughter of Aaron H. and Polly Ann (Sherman). 

Children, born at Fairfield: 
i. Helen Josephine,* b. 22 Aug. 1859; d. 4 Oct. 1859. 
31. ii. AsHTON Payne, b. 19 Oct. 1862. 

iii. Marion Bertha, b. 23 Sept. 1868; m. 21 June 1890 Harry Charles 
Ruoo, b. 9 Nov. 1870, s. of Charles and Mary Rosamond (Bailey). 
Residence, Fairfax, Vt. Child: 1. Donald. 



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12. An.son^ Soule {Isaac Newton,'^ Joseph^) was bom and died at 

Fairfax, Vt. He married . 

Children, born at Fairfax: 
32. i. Charles/ b. 19 Dec. 1832. 
ii. Elizabeth. 
iii. Myra. 
iv. Eliza. 

13. Isaac Newton' Soule (Isaac Newton,'^ Joseph^) was born and 

died at Fairfax, Vt. He married first Cornelia Hull, daughter 
of FrankHn and Maria (Tousley) ; and secondly Pamela Barb, 
daughter of Allen and Martha (Hungerford). 

Children by first wife, born at Fairfax: 
i. Ida,* d. unm. 
ii. Caroline, d. unm. 
iii. Douglas, m. Ma,rtha McCttllen. Child: 1. Marjorie.* 

Children by second wife, born at Fairfax: 
iv. Martha, of East Fairfield, Vt., living unm. 

V. Allen Egbert, m. Frances Platt. Child: 1. Donald,^ b. in 1900; 
d. in 1918. 

14. Jackson A.' Soule (Isaac Newton,'^ Joseph^), born at Fairfax, 

Vt., in 1820, died there in 1869. He married Clara Fancher, 
born in 1839, died in 1908. 

Children, born at Fairfax: 
i. Freddie H.* b. in 1859; d. in 1863. 
ii. Annie H., b. in 1863; d. in 1866. 
iii. Frank. 

15. Charles Rollin^ Soule (Salmon,^ Joseph}) was born and died 

at Fairfield, Vt. He married Lucinda Sherman, daughter of 
William and Betsy (Lee). 

Children, born at Fairfield : 
i. Silas.* 
ii. Buel. 

iii. Howard, m. . Child: 1. Gordon,* a musician, now studjring 

in Paris. 
iv. Mary, a musician, living unm. at Portland, Oreg. 
V. Stanley. 
vi. Charles. 

16. Bradley H.' Soule (Salmon,'^ Joseph^), born at Fairfield, Vt., 

about 1800, died 20 Jan. 1876, "Ae 76 yrs." He married 
Eloise E. Barlow, born 9 July 1809, died 12 July 1876, 
daughter of Ebenezer and Orissa (Wilmarth).* 
Children, born at Fairfield: 

i. Charles,* m. . He resided in St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. 

ii. Octavius, b. 3 Apr. 1841; d. 16 May 1842. 

17. Rensselaer' Soule (Salmon,^ Joseph^), born at Fairfield, Vt., 

died in Michigan. He married Susannah Richardson. 

He became a physician, and practised medicine at Fairfield 
and later at Fairfax, Vt. Afterwards he moved to Michigan. 

*Ekiise £. BatIow wu a twin eUtar of Hirun B&rtow, who m&iried Sappho Elrir& Soulo (6, i). 



94 Abstracts of the Earliest Wills. [Jan. 

Joseph Wormall. (Scitimtc.) 

His will exhibited at court, June 24, 16G2. To his wile Merrimn, son 
Josias, dau^-hters Sarah and Hester. Overseers, Al/raka/n Sutt/ejf, 
Matthias Briggs, James Torrey. Dated Feb. 4, 1661. Witnessed by 
Josiah Turner, Elijor C/app and James Torrey. 

Inventory by John Cnshing and James Doughtey. 



Edmond Chaundeler. (Duxbury.) 
Will dated IMay 3, 1G62. " beincf old." To his sons Samiel, Benjamin, 

and Joseph (executor) ; daughters Sarah, An?ia, Mary (to these three 

property at Barbadoes, suijar) and Ruth. 
Witnesses, John Allien and Constant Southworth ; 
Inventory by Alden and Philip Delano, 2\"'° 1662. 



John Allin. (Scituate.) 

Nuncupative will. 2\ieolas Baker aped 53 years, deposes that Timnthii 
Hatherhj and himself, heard the said Allin, two days before he died 
make the following distribution of his estate, — to Josias Leichjicld, the 
house he lived in, — to his wife the other house, where Jo?uis Littles 
lives. June 2, 1663. 

Inventory, 25 Sep 1662, by Hatherhj, Baker, Walter Briggs, John 
Woodficld, and James Ciuhcorth. Am't. £16S. 14~' &^- 



John Brown, Jr. (Rehoboth.) 

His will styles him of Wannamoiset. To his wife the three-score 
pounds, my father-in-law, V'm Burkland, was to pay as a marriag-e 
portion in 1660. To eldest sou John. To his brother Jame^. Gives 
to the care of his father, ilr John Brown (the executor of the will) 
five of his children for him to brin;:: up- March the last, 1662. 
Witnesses, John Allin and Thomas Willet 

Inventory (£350) by Stephen Faine, Thomas Cooper and Peter Hunt. 



Mr John Brown, Sen'r. (Rehoboth) 
Will dated April 7. 1662. To da. Mary, wife of Thomas Willet— To 
grand child Martha, wife of John Saffin — To i^rand <:]\\\A John Brou-7i, 
the house his father died in, 700 acres in the Narrafranset country, 350 
of which is on Great Xeck — To crand children Joseph and Nathaniel 
Brown, 500 acres in the same jilace — To grand Children Lt/dia & 
Hannah Broun, the same quantity, their uncle James to dispose of it. 
His son Jatnes and wife Dorothy, executors. 

Witnesses Inventory' (£655, 1". 2^) 

John Allin by Stephen Paine 

Rich^ Bullock Thomas Cooper 

Sampson Mason Peter Htmt 

This copy of the will endorsed by an order of Court. 

John Churchill, Sk.n'r. (Plymouth) 
Nuncupative will exhibitrd at court :\Iay 3. 16()2. Abigail Clark ngcd 
20 yrs, deposes that en Tu<-(lay, 21"' Dec last, her kinsman, J. C. Sen"' 
being ill, did express iiiuiseif in manner ice, as foUoweth, that he gave 
to his son Joseph ^ Eltazer lands at Plymouth, and to sons JohnnnA 
William other property, all of which was continued by Joseph. 
Inventory (£74. 14'- 6'-) by jSalh^ &; Ephraim Morton. 



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20. Silas' Soule {Henry,^ Joseph^) was born, probably at Fairfax, 

Vt. He married Charlotte Seely. 
Children: 

i. Frank,* of Cowansville, Province of Quebec, Canada. 
ii. Minnie. 

21. Albert Gallatin' Soule {Joseph,^ Joseph^), born at Fairfield, 

Vt., 12 Aug. 1811, died there 17 Mar. 1883. He married first 
Elizabeth Pierce Putnam, born in Boston, Mass., about 
1811, died 26 May 1862, sister of Rev. Edward Putnam, one 
of the early rectors of Trinity Church, Fairfield; and secondly 
Adeliza Sherman, born at Fairfield 14 Feb. 1834, died there 
26 Feb. 1901, daughter of William and Betsy (Lee). 

Mr. Soule was one of the most prominent men of his time 
in Fairfield. He was the representative of his town in the 
State Legislature several times, and at one time also was a 
State senator from Franklin County. He held many town 
offices, and, upon the death of his father in 1863, became 
town clerk, and held this office again after the death of his 
sister in 1872. 

Children by second wife, born at Fairfield : 
i. Albertine Gertrude,'' b. 30 Apr. 1869; m. 5 Nov. 1904 Don 
Carlos Hawley, b. at Jericho, Vt., in 1866, d. in South CaroKna 
in 1917, s. of Ira and Carrie C. (Wheelock). He was a civil 
engineer. Mrs. Hawley now resides on the family place in Fair- 
field, and is prominent in town affairs. 
ii. AuGDST.\ Eugenie, b. 16 July 1872; m. 3 Oct. 1905 John Reynolds 
Patten, M.D. Dr. Patten served in the World War with the 
rank of captain in the Medical Corps^ American Expeditionary 
Forces, and is now an examining physician for the U. S. Govern- 
ment at BurUngton, Vt. Child: 1. Albert Reynolds Soide, b. at 
Fairfield 20 Feb. 1907. 
iii. Albert Gallatin, b. 25 Dec. 1375; d. 17 Feb. 1876. 
iv. Elizabeth Putnam, b. 6 Nov. 1877; m. 5 Nov. 1904 Charles 
Nicholas McCubn, M.D., of Vergennes, Vt. They reside at 
Haverhill, Mass. 

22. Joseph Douglass' Soule {Joseph,^ Joseph^), born at Fairfield, 

Vt., 16 Mar. 1817, died at St. Albans, Vt., 15 Aug. 1897. He 
married Mary Elizabeth Barnes, born at Bakersfield, Vt., 
28 Aug. 1824, died at St. Albans 5 Dec. 1886, daughter of 
Comfort and Sophia (Corse). 

Children : 
i. Loraine Amelia Barnes,* b. at St. Albans; m. Seneca Hyde, 
M.D., s. of Reuben and Rebecca (Tobias) of North Hero, Vt. 
Children: 1. Karl. 2. Hden. 
ii. Emma Barnes, b. at St. Albans; m. Ahira Steele Richardson, 
b. at Waitsfield, Vt, d. at St. Albans in 1920, s. of Elisha Benton 
and Betsy (Cutler). He was a prominent merchant in St. Albans. 
Children: 1. Emma Frances, b. 26 June 1871; d. 9 Aug- 1871. 
2. Harry. 3. Jessie Emma, b. at St. Albans; m. 20 Feb. 1895 
Frank Lester Greene, b. at St. Albaas 10 Feb. 1870, s. of Lester 
Bruce and Mary Elizabeth (Hoadley); he commanded Co. B, 
First Vermont Volunteers, in the War with Spain, in 1899 he 
became editor of the St. Albans Messenger, and in 1912 he was 
elected to the United States House of Representatives, in which 



96 Descendants of Joseph Soule [April 

he is now the senior member from Vermont; three children. 
4. Dovglas Soule, b. 23 Feb. 1S83; d. 24 Apr. 1883. 
iii. Helen Hambleton, b. 15 Aug. 1849; d. 21 Nov. 1849. 

23. Samuel Hungerford' Soule (Joseph,'^ Joseph^), born at Fair- 

field, Vt., 6 Sept. 1S24, died there 3 Aug. 1908. He married, 
24 Nov. 1859, his first cousin once removed, S.a.rah Emily 
Merrill, born at Fairfield 15 Nov. 1830 or 1831, died there 
6 Jan. 1918, daughter of Merro Joseph (1, vii, 2) and Aurelia 
(Wheeler). 

Mr. Soule was a very prominent merchant and landowner 
in Fairfield. 

Children, bom at Fairfield : 
i. Joseph Edward,* b. 20 July 1860; d. 2 Nov. 1871. 

38. ii. Harry Samdel, b. 2 July 1866. 

24. Hiram Barlo\v' Soule (Joseph,^ Joseph^), born at Fairfield, 
■ Vt., 13 Jan. 1827, died at St. Albans, Vt., 14 Dec. 1902. He 

married Louisa Q. Curtis, born 16 Mar. 1835, died 6 Mar. 
1906, daughter of Jasper and Melvina (Conroy). 

Children, born at St. Albans: 
i. George Douglas,* b. 7 Aug. 1862; d. unm. 28 May 1912. 

39. ii. Walter Sterling, b. 24 Apr. 1864. 
iii. Julia, d. in infancy. 

iv. Mary Augusta, b. 3 Oct. 1867j d. 22 Apr. 1893; m. Wellington 

Barton Witters. Children: 1. Mary Elizabeth, b. 16 Jan. 1888; 

d. 18 Jan. 1888. 2. /Carrie WeUingUm, b. 18 Mar. 1889; m. Grace 

Barney; three children, 
v. Henry Conroy, b. 10 Aug. 1869; 'd. unm. 22 June 1916. 
vi. Esther, d. in infancy, 
vii. Alice Louisa, b. 19 Nov. 1873. She is a reader on the staff of 

The Literary Digest. 
viii. Helen Whitney, b. 28 Dec. 1875; d. unm. 26 Apr. 1913. 

25. Hiram Allen^ Soule (Hiram B.,^ Joseph^), born at Fairfield, 

Vt., 4 May 1834, died there 4 Oct. 1892. He married, 28 Oct. 
1857, Mahala Trowbridge Buck, born 9 Julv 1837, died at 
St. Albans, Vt., 13 Feb. 1920, daughter of Andrew and Esther 
(Lobdell). 

Children, born at Fairfield: 
i. MiRA Gertrude,* b. 30 Sept. 1858; living unm. in 1920. 
ii. Marion Eugenia, b. 23 July 1860; m. 15 June 1887 Charles 

Samuel Campbell. Children: 1. Harold Andrew, b. 26 Nov. 

1888. 2. Anita Marion, h. 5 June 1898. 
iii. Esther Lucretia, b. 22 Dec. 1863; d. 8 June 1915; m. 28 June 

1S88 BuEL Owen Campbell. Children: 1. Marjorie Esther. 

2. Rulh Eliana. 3. Wendell Owen. 4. Raymond Soule. 

40. iv. Arthur Bradley, b. 21 Aug. 1867. 

V. Andrew Winpord, b. 22 Aug. 1870; m. Alice Archibald. He 

now practises dentistry at Burlington, Vt. Child: 1. Winford 

Archibald,* b. 17 Aug. 1903; d. 13 Sept. 1904. 
vi. Carleton Allen, b. 3 Aug. 1876; m. in Sept. 1904 Ruth Bubt, 

who d. in Apr. 1918. Child: 1. Barbara.* d. in infancy, 
vii. Nathan Lobdell Buck, b. 6 Aug. 1878; killed in action in France, 

while in the service of the United States in the World War, 

9 Aug. 1918. He was unm. 

26. Edwin Carleton^ Soule (Salmon,^ Timothy,^ Joseph^), bom at 



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Fairfield, Vt., 13 Feb. 1823, died at St. Albans, Vt., 21 Oct. 
ISSG. He married, 1 May 1849, Jane C. Wheeler, daughter 
of Ira and Eunice (Bradley) and sister of lii.s stepiiiother, 
Mrs. Selina B. (Wheeler) Soule (vide 8). 

Children: 
i. Monroe Spencer,' b. at St. Albans 4 Mar. 1850; d. at Fairfield 

26 Dec. 1851. 
ii. Frank Pierce, b. at Fairfield 16 Jan. 1853; d. in California; 

m. , and had children. 

iii. George Ira Wheeler, b. 31 Mar. 1857- d. unm. 
" iv. Edwin Howard, b. 22 June 1861; d. 27 Dec. 1862. 

27. Horace Wheeler^ Soule (Salmon,^ Timothy,'^ Joseph^), born ait 

Fairfield, Vt., 19 May 1853, died there 26 Apr. 1912. He 
married first, 20 June 1877, his first cousin once removed, 
Jennie L. Isham, born at East Fairfield 7 Mar. 1859, died at 
Fairfield 5 Aug. 1881, daughter of Henry Spencer and Eunice 
(Northrop) (vide 2, ii, 10, footnote); and secondly Susan A. 
Farnsworth, daughter of James and Jeanette (Buck), who 
survives him. ^ 

Mr. Soule at one time represented the town of Fairfield in 
the State Legislature. 

Children by first wife, born at Fairfield: 
i. Anna,' b. in May 1878; m. George Brill. They reside at New[X)rt, 

N. H. Children: 1. Milo Horace. 2. Albertine Gertrude. 3. Helen 

Susie. 4. Doris Mary. 5. George Washington, h. 22 Feb. . 

6. Jennie, d. in infancy. 7. Natalie. 8. Mabel. 9. John Gordon, 

b. in Feb. 1920. 
ii. .\ son, d. 31 Oct. 1879, aged 9 weeks. 

Children by second wife, born at Fairfield: 
iii. LuLA, b. 19 Sept. 1886: m. Edward Montgomery, s. of William. 

They reside in Connecticut. Children: 1. Marjorie Selina. 

2. Horace WiUiam,h.20Feh. 1913. 3. Edward Soule. i. Charlotte 

Ruby. 
iv. Andrew Jackson, b. 13 Nov. 1888; m. 4 Oct. 1911 Theresa Riley, 

dau. of John Steele and Harriet (Draper). They reside at Sheldon, 

Vt., on the Draper farm. Children, bom at Sheldoti: 1. Laura 

Alida,' h. 29 Apr. 1912. 2. Ruth Marial. 3. Horace Wheeler. 

4. Harriet Susan. 5. Andrew Jackson (twin), b. 14 May 1920. 

6. Arthur Riley (twin), b. 14 May 1920. 
V. Gladys, b. 18 Apr. 1890; m. her third cousin, Harold Francis 

Fairchild, A.B. (University of Vermont), b. at Fairfield 22 Mar. 

1885, 8. of William Henry and Jane Armida (Soule) (vide 18, iv, 1). 

Children, b. at Fairfield: 1. Grace Armida, b. 27 Aug. 1913. 

2. George Henry Soule, b. 6 July 1918. 
vi. Horace Allen, b. 22 June 1892. He served on the Mexican 

border and in the World War. 
vii. A SON, b. 7 Nov. 1894; d. in Mar. 1896. 
viii. Robert A., b. 15 Mar. 1897; d. 1 Nov. 1901. 
Lx. Phyllis, b. 12 Jan. 1899. 
X. Max Farnsworth, b. 8 Feb. 1900. 

28. Salmon Allen^ Soule (Salmon,' Timothy,'^ Joseph^) was born 

at Fairfield, Vt., 29 Mar. 1855. He married Eulia Parker, 
daughter of Wallace and Asenath (Carleton), of Cambridge, 
Vt. 



Descendants of Joseph Soule [April 

He is prominent as a farm-owner in Fairfield, and at one 
time represented the town in the State Legislature. 

Children, born at Fairfield: 
i. AsBNATH AiLENA,' b. 30 Oct. 1898; m. 15 Oct. 1920 Broce R. 
Corliss of St. Albans, Vt.,.s. of Jay Corliss. Child: 1. Allen 
Bruce, b, 30 Aug. 1921. 
Bedlah Waterman, b. 27 Apr. 1906. 
Carleton Parker, b. 13 May 1912. 
Salmon Allen, b. 3 Oct. 1913. 

29. Warren Samuel^ Soule {Harmon,^ Timothy,- Joseph'^) was born 

at Fairfield, Vt., 5 Nov. 1847. He married, in Feb. 1874, 
Sybil Boutell, born at Bakersfield, Vt., 13 July 1854, daugh- 
ter of Josephus and Harriet (Stanley). Thej' reside at St. 
Albans, Vt. 

Child: 
i. Harmon Bodtwell,' of St. Albarls, D.M.D. (Tufts Dental School, 
1900), b. 6 Dec. 1874; m. 27 Nov. 1907 Molly Eugenia Wilet, 
dau. of Charles H. Wiley. 

30. Fayette Hull" Soule {Harmon,^ Timothy,- Joseph^) was born 

at Fairfield, Vt., 17 July 1850. He married, 31 Dec. 1872, 

Mary Ann Barnes, born at Bakersfield, Vt., 8 Feb. 1853, 

died at East Fairfield 11 Oct. 1912, daughter of Merritt and 

Mary Ann (Paige). 

Children, born at East Fairfield: 

i. Lillian Gertrude,* b. 19 Sept. 1873; m. at East Fairfield, 12 Jan. 
1904, Leon Clark Butterfield. They reside in Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Child: 1. Marion, h. 27 Mar. 1907. 

ii. Merritt Barnes, b. 22 Apr. 1876; m. at Elwood, Ind., 22 June 
1910, LuLA Mat Norris, b. 25 Sept. 1883, dau. of J. A. Norris 
of Elwood. They reside at Minneapolis, Minn. Children: 
1. Edna Faye,' h. 17 July 1911; d. 6 Aug. 1911. 2. Mary Eliza- 
beth, b. 15 Sept. 1912. 

iii. Ruth Hayden, b. 27 Aug. 1881; m. at East Fairfield, 1 Jan. 1904, 
George Barney Dunbar, s. of Almond and Fannie (Crawford) 
of Swanton, Vt. Thej' reside at Bridgeport, Conn. Children: 
1. Elizabeth Soule, b. at Swanton 24 Jan. 1908. 2. A son, d. in 
infancy. 3. Lucile, b. at Swanton in Mar. 1918. 4. George, b. at 
Bridgeport, Conn., 26 Apr. 1920. 

iv. Arthur Henry, of Orange, N. J., b. 4 June 1886. 

V. Lynn George, b. 19 June 1892. He served on the Mexican border. 

vi. Martha Gilbert, b. 4 Feb. 1895. 

31. AsHTON Payne" Soule {James Miinro,^ Timothy,"^ Joseph^) was 

born at Fairfield, Vt., 19 Oct. 1862. He married at Georgia, 
Vt., 1 Feb. 1888, Ola Jane Cleveland, born 20 Dec. 1867, 
daughter of Elisha Paine and Lydia Maria (Cleveland). They 
reside at St. Albans, Vt. 

Children, born at Fairfield: 
i. Ernest M.' 
ii. Raymond E. 

32. Charles" Soule {Anson,^ Isaac Newton,- Joseph^), born at 

Fairfax, Vt., 19 Dec. 1832, perished in a fire at Memphis, 
Tenn. He married Winona Miles, born in 1846, who married 



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secondly F. E. Carmia and resides at Milton, Vt. He removed 
to Memphis in 1891. 

Child: 
. i. Hiram Elsworth,' of Memphis, Term., b. at Fairfa.x 2 Mar. 1S83; 
m. May Victoria Devlin, b. 2 Aug. 1887. Children, b. at 
Memphis; 1. Hiram Ellsworth,^ b. 25 Sept. 1911. 2. Rulh Victorm, 
b. 1 Mar. 1913. 3. Calmn Woodrow, b. 8 Oct. 1918. 

33. William Sherman^ Soule {Joseph Allcn,^ Salmon,- Joseph^), 

born at Fairfield, Vt., 26 May 1850, died at East Fairfield 
14 Apr. 1916. He married first, 24 Oct. 1877, Adella Cora 
Read, born 19 Aug. 1857, died 15 Apr. 1883, daughter of 
Rensselaer Smith and Henrietta (Warren)*; and secondly, 
30 Sept. 1884, Anna S. Read, born 29 July 1859, died 22 Sept. 
1898, sister of his first wife. 

Mr. Soule was one of the most prominent and successful 
men of Fairfield. He obtained his elementary education in 
the grammar schools of that town, received further training 
at St. Albans and Barre, Vt., and pursued a business course 
at the Troy (N. Y.) Business College. He organized and 
maintained at East Fairfield one of the finest general stores 
in the county, a business now carried on by his sons.- In 1894 
he represented the town in the lower branch of the State 
Legislature, and two years later became the county senator. 

Children by first wife, born at East Fairfield: 
i. Reuben Lee,' b. 29 Oct. 1880; m. 16 June 1909 Mart Ella 
Merrill, b. 13 Jan. 1882, dau. of Albert S. and EUa Agnes 
(Isham)t They reside at East Fairfield, 
ii. Read Warren, of East Fairfield, b. 13 Sept. 1882; living unm. 

Children by second wife, born at East Fairfield: 
iii. Hdbert Joseph, b. 6 Feb. 1887; m. Anna Jane Isham, b. 19 Mar. 
1886, dau. of Warren Spencer and Clara Augusta (Barnes). t 
They reside at East Fairfield. Children: 1. Virginia Anna,' 
b. 9' Apr. 1911. 2. Hubert Joseph, h. 2 Feb. 1913. 
iv. Lillian Adell, b. in P'eb. 1889; d. in Mar. 1889. 

34. Child Lee" Sodle {Joseph Allen,^ Salmon,^ Joseph^), born at 

Fairfield, Vt., died at Burlington, Vt. He married, 27 Apr. 
1881, Florence MarY Ingalls, born 30 Jan. 1858, daughter 
of Samuel and Mary Waterman (Cutler). 

He was a successful merchant, first at Fairfield and later 
at Burlington, Vt. 

Children: 

i. Raymond Lee,' of Burlington, m. Hines. 

ii. Everett Ingalls, of Burlington, m. Fonda. 

35. BuREN M.'' Soule {Franklin,^ Henry," Joseph^), born about 

1840 [?], died at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, about 1905. He married 
first Celia Hawxey; and secondly, in June 1875, Arabella 

•Rensselaer Smith Read was son of Charles Rensselaer and Sarah (Smith) Read (tide I, vii, 4). 

tAlbert S. Merrill was son of Merro Joseph and Aurelia (Wheeler) Merrill (vide I, \-ii, 2, and 
footnote). 

■JWarren Spencer leham was son of Nelson William and Jane Elliott (Northrop) Isham (ride 
2, ii, 4, and footnote). Another son of Warren Spencer Isham, J. Rollo Isham, born 5 Apr. 1869, 
married Allena C. Gilbert, daughter of Nathan Allen and Harriet (Ward) and granddaughter o f 
Cynthia (Smith) Gilbert (1, vii, 3). 

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IW) Descendants of Joseph Soule [April 

Cook Olds, born 24 Feb. 1844, living at Remington, Iowa, 
in 1915, daughter of John Preston and Mary Porter (Burr). 

Children by second wife: 
i. Josephine,' d. unm., aged about 20 years, 
ii. Fred, d. unm., aged about 20 years, 
iii. Lauba, d. in infancy. 
iv. Flovd, of Chicago, 111. 

T. AUCE, m. Co>JLEY. 

36. Henry Harrison^ Soule (Franklin.' Hcnnj,- Joseph^) was born 

at Fairfa.x, Vt., 15 Dec. 1843 [?]. He married Harriet Matilda 
Hawes, born 25 July 1840 or 1841, died in 1913, daughter of 
• Squier Hawes. 
Children : 
i. Etta,' d. in infancy. 
ii. Fked, d. in infancy. 
iii. LtJNA. m. (1) Everett Hucklebone; m. (2) George Austin 

Child by second husband: 1. Clyda Mae, b. 13 Mar. 1898- m. 

William J. Young; two children. ' ' 

iv. Clyde, of Franklin, Vt., m. Eliza Dalton. Children: 1. Georgia.' 

2. Ramona Gertrude. 3. Hicgh Lionel. 
V. A daughter, d. in infancy. 

37. Frank Foster^ Soule (Franklin,' Henry, '^ Joseph^), of Manson- 

ville, Province of Quebec, Canada, was born at Fairfax, Vt. 
He married Nettie Manson, daughter of William. 

Children : 
i. Maude Louise,' b. about 1881: m. Walter J. Reirdon of Richford 

Vt. Children: 1. Howard. 2. Ralph. 3. Burton. 4. JaneUe. 

5. Vivian. 
ii. Frank Albert, b. about 1882; m. Flanagan, dau. of 

Peter F. of Richford, Vt. They reside at Mansonville, Province 

of Quebec. Children: 1. A son,* d. in infancy. 2. A son, d. in 

infancy. 3. Phyllis. 
iii. Blanche Vivian, b. about 1884; m. Harry A. Baker. They reside 

at Stanbridge East, Province of Quebec. Children: 1. Arnold 

2. Thomas. 3. Bruce. 

38. Harry Samuel^ Soule (Samuel Hungerford,' Joseph,^ Joseph^) ■ 

was born at Fairfield, Vt., 2 July 1866. He married Nellie 

Wells, daughter of Edwin Henry and Julia (Fisher) of 

Waterbury, Vt. 
He was educated at the Vermont Academy, Saxtons River, 

Vt., and was a; successful merchant both at Fairfield and at 

Burlington, Vt. He has now retu-ed from this business and 

devotes himself entirely to the management of his several 

farms in and about Fairfield, where he resides. 
Children, born at Fairfield: 

i. A SON,' d. in infancy. 

ii. Frances Hungerford, b. 7 Jan. 1898. She studied at Bishop 
Hopkins Hall, Burlington, was graduated at Goddard Seminary, 
Barre, Vt., and afterwards studied at the Russell Sage CoUeee 
for Women, at Troy, N. Y. =. & 

iii. Harris Samuel Wells, b. 14 Apr. 1900. He was graduated at 
Goddard Seminary, Barre, Vt., and is now a student at the 
University of Vermont. 
. ir. Charlotte Florence, b. 6 Jan. 1902. She was graduated at 



1922] Descendants of Joseph Soule 101 

Goddard Seminary, Barre, Vt., and is now a student at the 
Russell Sage College for Women, at Troy, N. Y. 

39. Walter Sterling* Soule (Hiram Barlow,' Joseph,'^ Joseph^) 

was born at St. Albans, Vt., 24 Apr. 1864. He married Caro- 
line Evelyn Kimball. 

Children : 
i. Abthub Kimball,' b. 5 May 1888. 
ii. Harold Crocker, b. 18 May 1894. 
iii. Esther CnRxis, b. 30 Nov. 1903. 

40. Arthur Bradlei"* Soule (Hiram AUen,^ Hiram B.,^ Joseph^), 

D.M.D., was born at Fairfield, Vt., 21 Aug. 1867. He married, 
15 June 1898, Minnie Cecilia Miller. 

Dr. Soule i^ now one of the leading dentists of St. Albans, 
Vt., where he resides. 

Children, born at St. Albans: 
i. Arthde Bradley,' b. 22 Oct. 1903. 
ii. Catherina Miller, b. 21 Apr. 1909. 
iii. John Allen, b. 8 Jan. 1912. 

ADDENDUM 

SUPPOSED PARENTAGE AND ANCESTRY OF JOSEPH SOULE 
OF FAIRFIELD, VT. 

Joseph Soule, of Fairfield, Vt. (vide supra, page 85, 1), died 12 May 1820, 
"Ae 73 yrs.," according to the inscription on his gravestone. He was bom, 
therefore, about 1747, and it is supposed that he was identical with Joseph' 
Soule, son of Timothy^ and Ehzabeth (Allen) of Dartmouth, Mass., and 
later of what is now Dover, Dutchess Co., N. Y., who is mentioned in the 
will of Mary (Gifford) Soule, the widowed mother of Timothy, dated 7 Jan. 
1772, as the son of her deceased son Timothy. If this identification is correct, 
then Joseph Soule of Fairfield was fourth in descent from George' Soule of 
Duxbury in the Plymouth Colony, who came to New England in the May- 
flowcT in 1620, and his wife Mary (Becket), through George^ of Dartmouth 
and his wife Deborah, Nathan' of Dartmouth and his wife Mercy or Mary 
(Gifford), and Timotiiy< of what is now Dover, Dutchess Co., N. Y., and 
his wife Elizabeth (AUen). 

Nathan' Soule, son of George* and Deborah, married at Dartmouth, 
12 June 1704, Mercy or Mary Gifford.* He died 10 Sept. 1736. In his .will, 
dated 1.5 Nov. 1735 and proved 19 Oct. 1736, he mentions five children. 
His widow Mary, in her will dated 7 Jan. 1772 and proved 27 Jan. 1772, 
mentions six children and numerous grandchildren, including her grandson 
Joseph, son of Timothy, deceased. The children of Nathan Soule, recorded 
at Dartmouth, were: 1. Content, bom 29 May 1705. 2. John (called eldest 
son in his father's will), born 20 Nov. 1707. 3. George, b. 15 Aug. 1709; 

married Avis ; settled in Dutchess Co., N. Y.f 4. ComeUus, bom 26 

Jan. 1711 or 1712. 5. Timothy (called youngest son in his father's will), 

*She is called "Marcy" in the marriage record. 

tThe following children of George and Avis Soule are recorded at Dartmouth: 1. Mary, born 
31 May 1732. 2. Content, born 2 Apr. 1734. 3. Alice, born 4 Oct. 1736. 4. Nathan, born 9 Oct. 
1738. In the Oblong (Dutchees Co.. N. Y.) Friends' records the births of four more of their chil- 
dren are entered: 5. John, born 19 July 1741. 6. Sarah, born 12 May 1744. 7. Anna, born 
8 Apr. 1747. 8. Eliiabeth. b. 28 Oct. 1749. .\vis. wife of George Soule. died 12 Jan. 1757. and 
he married (2) in 1758 Alice Davia, daughter of Thomas and Lydia. Thomas, son of George 
and Alice (Davis) Soule, was born 5 Jan. 1759. 



102 Records of the First Church of Wells, Me. [April 

born 10 Apr 1714 G. Mary, born 11 Oct. 1720; married (intention recorded 
at Dartmouth, IS Dec. 1749) Joseph Davis of Freetown 

Timothy' Soule son of Nathan^ and Mercy or Mary (GifTord), born 
10 Apr. 1714, died before 7_ Jan. 1772, when his mother, in her ^-ill, mentions 

hmi as deceased. He married at Dartmouth, 6 1736/7, Elizabeth Allen, 

perhaps daughter of Joseph and Rachel, and, if so, bom at Dartmouth in 
the firs^ week of Mar. 1710. He moved to what is now Dover, Dutchess 
h,?'i ■ ■ ^u , " ^-f! ''}'l$'''^ °f ^^'« P<=ace, as is proved bv records signed 
by him The only child of Timothy Soule of whom record has been found 
IS Joseph,' mentioned 7 Jan. 1772 in the will of his grandmother, Mary Soule 
Ihis Joseph is supposed to be identical with the Joseph Soule of Fairfield 
Vt with whom the foregoing genealogj' begins, and who, according to family 
tradition and Hemenway's "Vermont Historical Gazetteer " vo' 2 p 192 
came to Fairfield from Dover, N. Y. It should not be overlooked that the 
eldest son of Joseph Soule of Fairfield was named Timothy. 



RECORDS OF THE FIRST CHURCH OF WELLS, ME. 

Communicated by George Sawin Stewart, A.B., of Watertown, Mass. 

[Continued from vol. 75, page 315] 

A Record of Infant Males Baptized in the first Church in Wells from the 
8th day of August 1759 being bro't thereunto by one or both of the parents 
with a^line drawn under the parents name by whom they were bro't respec- 

Isaac, Son of Abraham & Mary Storer 
Aug. 19, 1759 Joseph Stevens, Son of Reitbai & Hannah Jacobs Chaney 

■^°""' ^°° °f Benjamin & Martha Bourn 
Aug. 26, Isaac, Son of Isaac & Dorothy Hatch. 

Timothy, Son of Job & Sarah Low. 

David, Son of Darid & Sarah Low. 
„ . , „ Norton, Son of Daniel & Hannah Eldridge 

bept. 16, George, Son of Joshua & Phebe Gatchel. 

„ Darnel, Son of George & Mary Jacobs. 

^^^- "'■' Timothy, Son of Jonathan & Hannah Littlefield 

-. • Jeremiah, Son of Wannck & Mary Hubburd 

^0^- 11. John, Son of Joshua & Sarah Ayres. 

Daniel, Son of Daniel & Elisabeth Edwards 
vu ,n' .-ra,. William, Son of Neivman & Sarah Perkins. 
teb. 10, 1760 Joseph, Son of Nehemiah & Joanna Annis 
^^^- 2, Eleazer, Son of Eleazer & Mary Clark. 

Stephen, Son of Samuel & Susanna Littlefield 

?^r.n , ■ !^ ',,/■;"""' ''"''"«'^"""' of the manuscript records see REGI.STER vol 75 n 104 
footnote, and p. 310, footnote. In the present instaln.ent, for greater convenience in nr nd^ th„' 
arrangement of the names in columns has not been reprod'ucedfand the wo':;^ •'Son op' anT'' A" 
l^twr„ ,h; ^ ^' manuscript are used, when they are used at all, only once on each pale 

B^cuth-e numher^vV " '"'" "^'**^ 1° f "'™^' ""= "^'"'» '" '^^ P"°««l '^'''^y- The c^nl 
Becutne numbers given on some pages of the manuscript to the children baptized have been 

ZbrnaU^s" r'-'th'^'e°.TTlf '""^h'fi^ "'^''T "=<=" "" "^<= "'^'^ o? the n'ntL'the 
omit,^ ,„H ,1, ' ^ t • 'o,"o»">,"e 'he figures .ndicat.ng the days of the month, have been 
omitted, and the year has been placed on the same line with the month and d.ay The markTof 
punctuatmn have been inserted by the Editor loe marks of 



1922) Records of the First Church of Wells, Me. 103 

Apr. 6, Isaac, Son of Dependance & Esther Littlefield. 

20, Benjamin, Son of Joseph & Mary Winn. 

May 18, Peter, Son of John & Susanna Littlefield. 

Elijah, Son of Jeremiah & Sarah Littlefield. 
July 13, Edward, Son of Jeremiah & Abigail Littlefield. 

Elijah, Son of Elijah & Tabiiha Steuart. 

Samuel, Son of John & Phebe Maxwell. 

Johnson, Son of Nathaniel & Siisanna Littlefield. 

Ebenezer, Son of Jethro & Hanrmh Bragdon. 

Jonathan, Son of Samvel & Hannah Treadwell. 

Heard, Son of John Heard & Hannah Hubburd. 

Thomas Patten, Son of Shebuel & Mary Baston. 

Joseph, Son of Joseph & Lydia Eaton. 

Ebenezer, Son of John & Bethiah Wormwood. 

Nathanael, Son of Daniel & Frances Sawyer. 

Moses, Son of Nathan Littlefield & Charity Morrison. 

Woodbury, Son of John & Mary Storer. 

Jeremy, Son of Jeremiah & Abigail Stevens. 

Moses, Son of Warvrick & Mary Hubburd. 

Joshua, Son of Joshua & Phebe Gatchel. 

Ebenezer, Son of Jeremiah & Sarah Stewart. 

Obadiah, Son of Obadiah & Jerusha Hatch. 

Johnson Harman, Son of William & Priscilla Patten. 

Zechariah, Son of Zechariah & Mehetable Goodale. 

Eliab, Son of John & Bathslieba Hatch. 

David, Son of John & Susanna Littlefield. 

Edward, Son of Daniel & Mary Morrison. 

Samuel, Son of Samuel & Huldah Morrison. 

Daniel, Son of Daniel & Hannah Eldridge. 

Samuel, Son of Samuel & Tabitha Butland. 

Benjamin, Son of Amos & Susanna Storer. 

WiUjam, Son of William & Mary Storer. 

Elijah, Son of Elijah & Eleanor Baston. 

Samuel, Son of Samuel & Tabitha Butland.* 

Aaron, Son of Eliab & Bathsheba Littlefield. 

Nathan, Son of Eleazer & Mary Clark. 

Thomas, Son of Thomas & Adah Wells. 

Ichabod, Son of Joseph & Sarah Linscott. 

Noah, Son of Benjamin & Hanrmh Hatch. . 

Ebenezer, Son of John & Abigail Winn. 

Benjamin, Son of Benjamin & Martha Bourn. 

Daniel, Son of David & Sarah Low. 

Samuel, Son of Samitcl & Hannah Jefferds. 

David, Son of Jonathan & Priscilla Hatch. 

Abraham, Son of John & Sarah Penny. 

Levi, Son of Jeremy & Lydia Hatch. 

Jonathan, Son of Edmund & Ruth Welch. 

Timothy, Son of Joseph & Elizabeth Eldridge. 

Francis, Son of Samuel & Susanna Littlefield. 

Noah, Son of Elisha & Phebe Littlefield. 

Daniel, Son of Neivman & Sarah Perkins. 

John, Son of John & Phebe Taylor. 
22, Joseph, 1 Son of Thomas & Adah Penny. 

Benjamin, J Son of Thomas & Adah Penny. 

Daniel, Son of Joseph & Lydia Eaton. 

? names ia this entry have been croseed out. evidently because the baptism of this rhil-i 
n previously recorded under date of Au«. 16. 17G1. 



July 


20, 




27, 


Aug. 


31, 


Oct. 


5, 


Oct. 


5, 




19, 


Nov. 


30, 


Dec. 


28, 


Feb. 


1, 1761 


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8, 


Apr. 


12, 


July 


5, 




12, 


June 


14, 


July 


26, 


Aug. 


2, 




16, 




23, 




30, 


Sept. 


6, 




27, 


Oct. 


4, 




18, 


Nov. 


22, 


Dec. 


13, 




27, 


Jan. 


3, 1762 




10, 




17, 


Feb. 


14, 


Apr. 


26, 


May 


16, 




9, 


June 


27, 


Aug. 


16, 





29, 


Sept. 


5, 




12, 


Oct. 


24, 


Nov. 


6, 


Mar. 


20, 1763 


May 


1, 




8, 




22, 


July 


10, 




17, 



104 Records of the First Church of Wells, Me. [April 

James, Son of John & Elisabeth Gillpatrick. 

John, Son of John & Meribah Withum. 

Forrest, Son of Samuel & Margaret Emery. 

Samuel, Son of Jethro & Hannah Bragdon. 

Moses, Son of Isaac & Hannah Bussell. 

George Wheelwrigh, Son of Jonathan & Mary Clark. 

Moses Wentworth, Son of Joseph & Elisabeth Day. - 

Pelatiah, Son of Noah Moulton & Martha Littlefield!" 

Joseph, Son of Benjamin & Lydia Kimbell. 

Benjamin, Son of Joseph & Dorcas Chaney. 

Amos, Son of Jeremiah & Sarah Littlefield. 

William, Son of Amos & Susanna Storer. 

Woodman, Son of George & Mary Jacobs. 

Jeremiah, Son of Hans & Abigail Patten. 

Johnson, Son of Daniel & Olivea Penny. 
Sept. 11, John, Son of Nicholas & Kezia Gowen. 

Ebenezer, Son of Jonathan & PrisciUa Hatch. 

Stimson, Son of Eliab & Balhsheba Littlefield." 

Richard, Son of Thomas & Susanna Goodwin. 
18, Son of John & Elisabeth Gillpatrick. 

25, Edmond Gale, Son of Daniel & Mary Clark. 

Oct. 9, John, Son of John & Philadelphia Harvey. 

Samuel, Son of Rameck & Martha Cole. 
Jan. 22, 1764 Samuel Black, Son of Benjamin & Dorcas Littlefield. 
Mar. 4, Da\'id, Son of Eleazer & Mary Clark. 

11, Robert, Son of James & Mary Davis. 

Daniel, Son of John & Sarah Penny. 
Apr. 8, Abraham, Son of John & Susanna Littlefield. 

Isaac, Son of John & Susanna Littlefield. 

14, Ebenezer, Son of Benjamin & Martha Bourn. 

15, Francis Johnson, Son of Joseph & Elisabeth Morriaon. 
22, Nathanael, Son of Nathanael & Abigail Goold. 

George, Son of Elisha & Hannah Butland. 
May 6, Forrest, Son of Joshua & Anna Eaton. 

13, Ebenezer, Son of Ebenezer & Mehetabel Littlefield. 

Joseph, Son of Elisha & Phebe Littlefield. 
20, Paul Mansfield, Son of James & Adah Snow. 

27, Samuel McClure, Son of Simon & Anna Jefferds. 

July 1, . Ebenezer, Son of Jos/m/o & A?in Goodwin. 

Aug. 5, Gershom, Son of David & Abigail Maxwell. 

Sept. 10, Edward, Son of Jeremiad,- Tertius, & 5ara;i Littlefield. 

Oct. 1, Noah, Son of John Heard & Hannah Hubburd. 

Oct. 29, 1764 Stephen, Son of Hhamar & Margaret Littlefield. 
Nov. 19, Ebenezer, Son of Daniel &. Mary Clark. 

Dec. 2, Phinehas, Son of Moses & Mary Hemmenway. 

Feb. 17, 1765 John, Son of Benjamin & Sarah Boothby. 
26, David, Son of Benjamin & Lydia Kimball. 

Apr. 7, James, Son of Joseph & Dorcas Chaney. 

28, Son of Shebuel & Mary Baston. 

May 5, Elias, Son of Amos & Susanna Storer. 

June 30, Thomas, Son of Hans & Abigail Patten. 

Joseph, Son of Joseph & Lydia Littlefield. 
July 14, Joseph, Son of Barak & Anna Maxwell. 

Jeremiah, Son of Sparks & Phebe Perkins. 
28, Joseph, Son of Stephen & Deborah Littlefield. 

Aug. 11, Miles, Son of Michael & Mary Wilson. 



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Jacob, Son of John & Bathsheba Hatch. 
18, Joshua, Son of Joseph & Sarah Wells. 

Daniel, Son of John & Elisabeth Wells. 

Ephraim, Son of Joshua & Phebe Gatchell. 

Thomas, Son of Joshua & Mehelabel Bragdon. 

Francis Littlefield, Son of John & Tabitha Staples. 

Aaron, Son of Eliab & Hephzibah Littlefield. 

Jacob, Son of Samuel & Hannah Treadwell. 

Ebenezer, Son of Ebenezer & Martlm Rice. 

Samuel, Son of Benjamin & Hannah Bourn. 

Benjamin, Son of David & Abigail Maxwell. 

Benajah, Son of Adam & Sarah Clark. 

Stephen, Son of Samuel & Margaret Emerj'. 

William, Son of Eleazer & Mary Clark. 

Son of Nathaniel & Susanna Littlefield. 

Hilton, Son of Hilton & Elisabeth Day. 

Bradbury, Son of Joseph & Elisabeth Morrison. 

Benaiah, Son of Nathan & Rebekah Wells. 

Downing, Son of Thomas & Sicsanna Goodwin. 

John, Son of John & Hephzibah Butland. 

Samuel, Son of Benjamin & Elisabeth Hill. 

William, Son of Nicholas & Dorcas West. 

James, Son of Barak & Anna Maxwell. 

Asa, Son of John Heard & Hannah Hubbard. 

Rameck, Son of Rameck & Martha Cole. 

Jacob, Son of Abraham & Mary Storer. 

Josljua Thornton, Son of Noah Moulton & Martha Little- 
field. 

Ralph, Son of Daniel & Dorothy Wheelwright. 

John, Son of John & Elisabeth Wells. 

Joseph, Son of Joshua & Susanna Hatch. i 

Samuel, Son of Zechariah & Mehetabel Goodale. 

Jonathan, Son of Benjamin & Lydia Kimbell. 

Nathan, Son of Roger & Susanna Littlefield. 

Ebenezer, Son of Ebenezer & Mehetabel Littlefield. 

Nicholas, Son of Nicholas & Dorcas West. 
May 25, John, Son of Joseph & Dorcas Chaney. 

Nathaniel Stevens, Son of Joseph & Lydia Littlefield. 
July 19, Charles, Son of Nehemiah & Joanna Annis. 

Lemuel, Son of Solomon & Judith Clark. 

Robert, Son of Samuel & Hannah Tripe. 
26, Joshua, Son of Joshua & Mehelabel Bragdon. 

Reuben, Son of Reuben & Hannah Jacobs Chaney. 
Daniel, Son of Daniel & Lydia Heard. 
Joseph, Son of John & Bethiah Wormwood. 
James, Son of Benjamin & Sarah Boothby. 
George, Son of Joshua & Susanna Grey. 
Jonathan, Son of Jonathan & Elisabeth Littlefield. 
William, Son of William & Mary Sayer. 
Joseph, Son of James & Sarah Da\'is. 
Lemuel Hatch, Son of Samuel & Jemima Steuart. 
Ebenezer, Son of John & Priscilla Winn. 
Samuel, Son of Elislia & Allen. 

Benjamin, Son of Benjamin & Hannah Bourn. 
Nathaniel, Son of Samuel & Hannah Jefferds. 
Jonathan, Son of Abraham & Mercy Barrens. 





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15, 


Oct. 


7, 


Dec. 


29, • 


Apr. 


27, [1766] 


May 


4, 


June 


9, 




16, 




30, 




30, 


July 


14, 1766 


Aug. 


3, 




24, 




31, 


Oct. 


19, 




26, 


Nov. 


2, 


Jan. 


4, 1767 




18, 


Feb. 


15, 




22, 


Mar. 


4, 


Apr. 


12, 




19, 




16 m. 



Aug. 


2, 




16, 


Sept. 


6, 




12, 




13, 


Oct. 


18, 


Nov. 


1, 


Nov. 


8, 


Jan. 


10, 1768 


Apr. 


17, 




24, 



106 Records of the First Church of Wells, Me. [April 

May 1, John Shapleigh, 1 Q r, fo i s a at m 

Jonathan bon[s] of Barak & Anna Maxwell. 

8, John Pike, Son of Nathan & Rebekah Wells. 

Samuel, Son of John & Meribah Withum. 
June 19, Ebenezer, Son of George & Mary Jacobs. 

Donynicus, Son of Jethro & Hannah Bragdon. ' 
Son of Eliab & Hepzibah Littlefield. 
June 26, Elias, Son of John & Bath.sheba Hatch. 

Nathaniel, Son of Samuel & Katharine Bourn. 

Theodore, Son of Abijah & Hannah Hatch. 

Thomas, Son of Daniel & Mary Clark. 

Joshua, Son of John & Elizabeth Gillpatrick. 

Thomas, Son of Thomas & Elisabeth Stevens. 

Thomas, Son of John & Sarah Penny. 

Samuel, Son of Samuel & Sarah Gooch. 

William, Son of Warwick & Mary Hubbard. 

Moses, Son of Benjamin & Elisabeth Hatch. 

James, Son of Eleazer & Mary Clark. 

Nathaniel, Son of Nathanaiel & Abigail Winn. 

Jeremiah, Son of Jeremiah & Abigail Storer. 

Stephen, Son of Stephen & Mary Harding. 

John, Son of John & Betty Perkins. 

Jotham, Son of Joshua & Susanna Hatch. 

Joseph, Son of Joseph & Sarah Wells. 

Samuel, Son of James & Sarah Forbush. 

Nathaniel, Son of Jonathan & Huldah Hill. 
Nicholas, Son of Joseph & Lydia Littlefield. 
9, Edmund, Son of John & Elisabeth Wells. 

George, Son of Eliab & Hephzibah Littlefield. 
16, Stephen, Son of Jeremy & Abigail Stevens. 

Asahel, Son of Samuel & Susanna Littlefield. 
[worn] Asa, Son of Nehemiah & Patience Littlefield. 

Aug. 6, Son of Jedidiah & Hannah Low. 

13, Joshua, Son of Joshua & Mary Chick. 

Lemuel Trafton, Son of Benjamin & Sarah Boothby. 
Son of Abraham & Mary Storer. 
•27, Josiah, Son of Jeremiah & Dorcas Littlefield. 

• Benjamin, Son of James & Sarah Davis. 

Aaron, Son of James & Mary Davis. 
Sept. 27, David, Son of Elijah & Eleanor Boston. 

Joseph, Son of John & Susarma Littlefield. 

John Storer, Son of Jonathan & Elisabeth Littlefield. 

Son of Solomon & Judith Clark. 
Joseph, Son of Joseph & Mary Hill. 
John, Son of John & Priscilla Winn. 
Joseph, Son of Hans & Abigail Patten. 
Josiah, Son of Benjamin & Lydia Kimbell. 
Stephen, Son of Stephen & Deborah Littlefield. 
Joseph, Son of Elisha & Phebe Littlefield. 
Ebenezer, Son of John & Meribah Withum. 
George Jacobs, Son of Samuel & Hannah Tripe. 
Moses, Son of Moses & Mary Hemmenway. 
Ebenezer, Son of Robert & Abigail Wells. 
Dependance, Son of Dependancfe &' Esther Littlefield. 
Daniel, Son of John & Elisabeth Grey. 



Aug. 


7, 




21, 


Sept. 


4, 




n, 


Oct. 


2, 




15, 




23, 


Nov. 


6, 


Jan. 


1, 


Mar. 


25, 


Apr. 


2, 


Apr. 


30, 


May 


14, 


June 


4, 


July 


2 



Oct. 


22, 


Nov. 


29, 


Dec. 


27, 


Jan. 


21, 1770 




28, 


Apr. 


1, 

22, 


May 


6, 
13, 


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7, 


July 
Aug. 
Sept. 


1, 

5, 

30, 



1922] Records Of the First Church of Welh, Me. 107 

Oct. 2S, Isaac, Son of Nathaniel & Abigail Winn. 

James, Son of Elisha & Allen. 

Nov. 19, Downing, Son of Thomas & Susanna Goodwin. 

John, Son of John & Lucy Clark. 
Ma}' 1, 1771 Samuel, Son of Abraham & Mercy Barrens. 

12, Nathaniel, Son of Daniel & Lydia Heard. 
19, Daniel, Son of Joseph & Elisabeth Goodwin. 

June 2, John, Son of John & Mary Goodwin. 

9, Richard, Son of Adam & Sarah Clark. 

Jonathan, Son of Jonathan & Huldah Hill. 
30, Natty, Son of John & Grace Goodale. 

Stephen, Son of John & Sarah Penny. 
July 14, Ebenezer, Son of Eliab & Hephzibah Littlefield. 

Stephen, Son of Hilton & Elisabeth Day. 
21, Joshua, Son of Joshua & Chick. 

Aug. 4, Isaac, Son of Isaac & Bussell. 

Josiah, Son of John & Sarah Credifer. 
Noah, Son of David & Olive Morrison. 
1 1 , Simon, Son of Simon & Anna Jefferds. 

18, Son of Abraham & Littlefield. 
Oct. 14, John, Son of John & Webber. 

21, Stephen, Son of Richard & Mary Lord. 

Jotham, Son of Joseph & Sarah Wells. 

Samuel, Son of Eli & Sarah Clark. 
Nov. 10, Jeremiah, Son of Jeremiah & Dorcas Littlefield. 

17, John Bradbury, Son of Elisha & Perkins. 

Joshua, Son of James & Mary Davis. . 

Evet, Son of Jesse & Mary Hatch. 
Dec. 15, John, Son of John & Priscilla Jones. 

29, Samuel Black, Son of Benjamin & Dorcas Littlefield. 

Nathan, Son of Samuel & Huldah Morrison. 

John, Son of John & Tabitha Staple. 
Jan. 19, 1772 Gideon Richardson, Son of Noah Moulton & Martha 
Littlefield. 

Samuel, Son of Jonathan & Ehsabeth Littlefield. 

Robert, Son of Robert & Abigail Wells. 

Royal, Son of Joseph & Elisabeth Morrison, baptized. 

Lemuel, Son of Jonathan & Priscilla Hatch. 

Benjamin, Son of Samuel & Jemima Steuart. 

Samuel, Son of Joseph & Dorcas Chaney. 

Ebenezer, Son of Bartholomew & Eunice Gilman. 

Stephen, Son of John & Phebe Maxell. 

Joshua, Son of Joshua & Susanna Grey. 

19, Thomas Wells, Son of Thomas & Susanna Goodwin. 
Joseph, Son of Joseph & Mary Bourn. 
Ebenezer, Son of Nathan & Lydia Littlefield. 

26, Samuel, Son of Abraham & Mercy Barrons. 

Ehas, Son of Dependance & Esther Littlefield. 
Aug. 16, Isaac, Son of Shebuel & Mary Baston. 

Josiah, Son of Abraham & Sarah Littlefield. 

Elias, Son of Stephen & Deborah Littlefield. 
Sept. 6, Abner, Son of Levi & Susanna Littlefield. 

Jonathan, Son of Ithamar & Ednar Littlefield. 

13, Elijah,_Son of Isaac & Temjierance Littlefield. 

20, Daniell Son of Daniel & Abigail Sayer. 

Samuel, Son of Samuel, Junr., & Littlefield. 



Apr. 


12, 


May 


10, 


May 


10, 1772 


May 


24, 


June 


21, 




28, 


July 


5, 



108 Records of the First Church of W'ells, Me. [April 

27, Jacob, Son of Jacob & Perkins. 

Oct. 11, Joshua, Son of Joshua & Susanna Kimbell. 

Jonathan, Son of Moses & Mary Hemmenway. 
Oct. 11, 1772 Moses, Son of James & Mary Davis. 

Benjamin, Son of Benjamin & Elisabeth Hatch. 

Joseph, Son of Joseph & Donnel. 

18, James, Son of James & Sarah Forbush. 

Nov. 8, Solomon, Son of Solomon & Jane Ricker. 

Josiah, Son of Amos & Susanna Storer. 
29, Ebenezer, Son of Joseph & Mary Hill. 

Joseph, Son of Roger & Anne Littelfield. 

Jeremiah, Son of Joseph & Elisabeth Goodwin. 

William, Son of William & Mary Storer. 

Jonathan, Son of Eleazer & Mary Clark. 

James, Son of James & Mary Littlefield. 

Caleb, Son of Paul Smith & Ann Marston. 

Moses, Son of Joshua & Katharine Forbush. 

Levi, Son of Simeon & Hatch. 

William, Son of Abraham & Irene Goodale. 

Jeremiah, Son of John & Priscilla Jones. 

Abraham, Son of Jonathan & Huldah Hill. 

Ebenezer, Son of Abraham & Mary Storer. 

John, Son of Elias & Mary Jacobs. 

John, Son of John & Mary Cane. 

AJpheus, Son of Heber & Rebekah Kjmbal. 

Joseph Stevens, Son of Reuben & Hannah Jacobs Chaney. 

John, Son of John & Grace Goodale. 

John, Son of Joseph & Mary Bourn. 

Samuel, Son of Samuel & Meribah Wells. 

Benjamin, Son of Thomas & Susanna Goodwin. 

George, Son of Adam & Sarah Clark. 

Joseph, Son of William & Mary Sawyer. 

John Denmark, Son of Paul & Mary Goodwin. 

John, Son of Elisha & Phebe Littlefield, baptiz. 

' Son[s] of Peter & Abigail Littlefield. 



Dec. 


6, 


Jan. • 


10, 1773 


Mar. 


14, 




28, 


Apr. 


4, 




25, 


May 


16, 




23, 


June 


13, 




27, 


July 


18, 


Aug. 


1, 




29, 


Sept. 


12, 




26, 


Oct. 


10, 




13, 


Oct. 


13, 


Nov. 


3, 



Asahel, 
Jan. 5, 1774 Nathaniel, 



Son[sI of Nathaniel & Sarah Clark. 



Isaac, 

Joseph ' Son[s] of Palsgrave & Maddox. 

Peter Rich, Son of Paul & Susanna Goodwin. 

JqJjjj ' Son[s] of John & Abigail Cole. 

Feb. 2, Henry, Son of Benjamin & Elisabeth Hill. 

Daniel, Son of Robert & Abigail Wells. 
Mar. 24, Samuel, Son of Jeremiah & Abigail Storer. 

Apr. 24, John, Son of Elisha & Hannah Butland. 

Samuel, Son of Benjamin & Sarah Boothby. 
May 1, _ John, Son of John & Sarah Morrison. 

Clement, Son of Jonathan & Elisabeth Littlefield. 
8, Storer, Son of Jonathan & Priscilla Hatch. 

30, Moses, Son of Alexander & Philadelphia Maxell. 

June 26, Daniel, Son of Jeremiah & Dorcas Littlefield. 

July 3, Johnson, Son of Abraham & Olive Hatch. 

10, Jacob, Son of David & Mary Welch. 

John, Son of Isaac & BusseU. 



1922] Records of the First Church of WelU, Me. 100 

17, Nathaniel, Son of Nathaniel & Abigail Wells. 

Samuel, Son of Joshua & Susanna Hatch. 
Solomon, Son of Dependance & Esther Littlefield. 
Aug. 7, Samuel, Son of Samuel & Katharine Bourn. 

Alpheus, Son of Josiah & Abigail Littlefield. 
Elijah, Son of Joshua & Susanna Grey. 
Nathaniel, Son of John & Hephzibah Tibbets. 
14, Abraham, Son of Abraham & Lydia Littlefield. 

Ehab, Son of Zechariah & Mehetabel Goodale. 
Ephraim Downs, Son of Solomon & Jane Ricker. 
Michael, Son of Daniel & Abigail Sayer. 
Solomon, Son of Solomon & Judith Clark. 
Charles, Son of Samuel & Hannah Hemmenway. 
Enoch, Son of Ithamar & Ednar Littlefield. 
Nicholas, Son of Nicholas & Kezia Gowen. 
Abraham, Son of John & Elisabeth Wells. 
Thaddeus, Son of Jacob & Abigail Perkins. 
Joseph, Son of Elijah & Eleanor Baston. 
Edward, Son of Daniel & Mary Clark. 
1775 Jeremy, Son of Gershom & Sarah Maxell. 

Deborah, Son [sic]* of Elias & Mary Jacobs. 
Son of Palsgrave & Maddox. 

Daniel, Son of Rameck & Martha Cole. 
Jeremy, Son of Jethro & Hannah Bragdon. 
Enoch, Son of Joshua & Katharine Forbush. 
Samuel, Son of Moses & Mary Henmaenway. 
Jonathan, Son of John & Sarah Penny. 
Olcut, Son of Benjamin & Hannah Jacobs. 
John Royal, Son of James & Mary Littlefield. 
Asa, Son of Elijah & Tabitha Steuart. 
Isaac, Son of Isaac & Temperance Littlefield. 
Isaac, Son of John & Priscilla Winn. 
Samuel, Son of Jeremiah & Dorcas Littlefield. 
Elisha, Son of John & Sarah Morrrison. 
Nathaniel, Son of Daniel & Dorothy Wheelwright. 
Aaron, Son of Alexander & Philadelphia Maxell. 
John Langdon, Son of John & Hannah Storer. 
George, Son of John & Alice Webber. 
Japhet, Son of Jonathan & Huldah Hill. 
Joshua, Son of Barak & Anna Maxell. 
Abraham, Son of Eli & Sarah Clark. 
Samuel, Son of Samuel & Olive Curtis. 
21, Charles, Son of Samuel & Littlefield. 

Elisha, Son of Elisha & Elisabeth Perkins. 
24, Isaiah, Son of Joshua & Phebe Gatchell. 

Oct. 29, Jonathan, Son of Joseph & Mary Bourn. 

Nov. 5, Samuel, Son of Samuel & Mary Davis. 

12, Bartholomew, Son of Robert & Abigail Wells. 

19, Abraham, Son of Joseph & Mary Day. 

Dec. 10, Josiah, Son of Dependance & Wells. 

William, Son of Isaac & Susanna Bourn. 
Jan. 21, 1776 Matthew Richie, Son of Benjamin & Elisabeth Hill. 
28, Jeremiah, Son of Joseph & Sarah Wells. 

William, Son of William & Agnes Littlefield. 

•Probably the baptism of a female infant haa been enUred by mistake on a left-hand page, 
among the baptisms of male infants. 





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28, 


Sept. 


4, 




11, 




25, 


Oct. 


16, 




20, 


Nov. 


29, 


Dec. 


25, 


Feb. 


9, 




17, 


Mar. 


5, 




12, 




26, 


Apr. 


10, 


May 


21, 




28, 


June 


4, 




11, 


July 


16, 


July 


30, 


Aug. 


6, 




13, 




20, 


Sept. 


10, 




17, 



110 Records of the First Church of Welh, Me. [April 

Mar. 17, Isaac, Son of Joseph & Sarah Wells. 

Apr. 7, Matthew, Son of Isaac & Bussell. 

14, Shebuel, Son of Shebuel & Baston. 

•20, Nicholas, Son of John & Abigail Cole. 

21 , Stephen, Son of Solomon & Jane Ricker. 

May 5, John, Son of Samuel & Jemima Stewart. 

9, Josiah, i 

Aaron, I Son[sI of Benjamin & Hannah Jacobs. 
Moses, ) 

John, Son of Joseph & Donnel. 

Jonathan, Son of Jotham & Sarah Littlefield. 
Abraham, Son of Daniel & Littlefield. 

June 9, Philip, Son of Nathan & Rebekah WeUs. 

EU, Son of Eli & Sarah Penny. 
30, David, Son of Nathaniel & Abigail Wells. 

Nathaniel, Son of Joseph & Susanna Wheelwright. 

" ^ ' Jacob 1 S°"[^l °f Samuel & Mehetabel Chadbourn. 

John, Son of Daniel & Abigail Sayer. 

John, Son of John & Ehsabeth Moffat. 
July 3, Jesse, Son of Jesse & Mary Hatch. 

21, Caleb, Son of Barak & Meribah Kimball. 

Aug. 4, Samuel Bourn, Son of Abraham & Mary Storer. 

Josiah, Son of Josiah & Abigail Littlefield. 
1 1 , John, Son of David & Abigail Low. 

Daniel, Son of Daniel & Hannah Littlefield. 

James, Son of John & Day. 

Ehsha, Son of Elisha & Katharine Allen. 

Robert, Son of Joshua & Susanna Gray. 

Francis, Son of Jacob & Mehetabel Littlefield. 

Asa, Son of Daniel & Mary Clark. 

John, Son of Daniel & Lydia Heard. 

James Littlefield, Son of Hans & Abigail Patten. 

Jedidiah, Son of Amos & Susamia Storer. 

John, Son of John & Sarah Andros. 

Benjamin, Son of Joseph & Anna Littlefield. 

Ebenezer, Son of David & Elisabeth Watson. 

Elisha Butland, Son of Abraham & Mercy Barrons. 
21, Son of Joshua & Ruth Adams. 

Son of Joshua & Ruth Adams. 
Feb. 16, Thomas, Son of Lazarus & Elisabeth Jones. 

Samuel, Son of Samuel & Sarah Goodale. 

Stephen, Son of James & Sarah Forbush. 

Jonathan, Son of Jonathan & Loruhamah Hatch. 

Joshua, Son of Joshua & Katharine Forbush. 

Ebenezer, Son of EUsha & Phebe Littlefield. 

George, Son of John Light & Elisabeth Wells. 

George, Son of Moses & Hannah Littlefield. 

Nathaniel, Son of Nathaniel & Abigail Goold. 

Joseph, Son of Aaron & Abigail Wheelwright. 

Thomas Wells, Son of Elisha & Sarah Hatch. 

Benjamin, Son of Eliab & Hephzibah Littlefield. 

Seth, Son of Jeremiah & Dorcas Littlefield. 

Aaron, Son of Peter & Esther Littlefield. 

Matthew, Son of Jacob & Perkins. 

Jabez, Son of Elias & Mary Jacobs. 





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Sept. 


3, 




15, 




22, 


Oct. 


20, 




27, 


Dec. 


8, 


Jan. 


19, 177: 



Mar. 


16, 


May 


4, 




11, 




25, 


June 


8, 


July 


6, 




27, 


Aug. 


3, 




7, 



1S52.] Memoir of the Rev. Francis I/i^ginsoii. Ill 

and family till I'artholomew, sotliat ihcy may be better accommo- 
dated with a passage, or not, as he prefers. 

We are informed, that the persons, authorized to communicate 
witlr Iligginson on lliis subject, were acquainted with liis continual 
expectation of otlicers to apprehend him. Being more in the 
merry than sorrowful mood, they concluded to render such 
knowledge a source of final diversion, by letting him and his 
family suppose, that they were servants of the law. There may 
have been circumstances, unknown to us, which excuse a strata- 
gem of this kind, but, as a general consideration, it is often 
injurious, and seldom the source of so much good as evil. The 
messengers knocked loudly at the door, and called aloud. '• "Where 
is Mr. Iligginson I We nuist speak with him." His wife, greatly 
alarmed, as they might have tlionght, ran to his study, and 
entreated that he would .secrete himself He replied, "No, I will 
go down and speak to tliem, and the Avill of the Lord be done."' 
They were admitted. Entering the hall, they approached liim in 
a rough manner, and presented him with papers, snyincr. ''Sir, 
we come from London ; our business is to carry you thither, as 
you may see by these papers." 

]\Irs. Higginson, believing that her worst fears were about to be 
realized, exclaimed, "I thought so,"' and immediately began to 
weep. Her husband, liowever, soon indicated by his looks, that 
there was no cause for sorrow. The documents, so much dreaded 
as the messases of evil, were a copy of the Massachusetts Charter, 
and au invitation of the Company for him to be one of their 
etficient agents on the distant soil, to carry out their dililcidt 
enterprise. He welcomed his guests, conversed on the terms of 
contract, and other matters connected Avith the subject of momen- 
tous concerns. Li view of this application, lie first looked to God 
for direction, and then took counsel witli his tViends. Of these. 
Mr. Hildersliam. who had long and severely suffered for endeavors 
to promote reformation in the National Church, said, " That were 
he himself a younger man. and under his care and call, he should 
think he had a plain invitation of heaven unto the voyase."' 
Accordingly, he made up his mind, rmder the prolfered conditions, 
to devote himself and his all again to the cause of philanthropy 
and religion in the new world. His resolve gave au impulse to 
many of hke spirit, that they would do likewise. 

After a few days, being the Sth of April, ]\Ir. Higginson, and 
another, Samuel iSkelton, of hke motive, purpose, proi'ession and 
trials, make the following contract : 

" Mr. Francis Higgeson and 3Ir. Samuel Skelton, intended 
ministers for this plaiUacon, and it being thought mcetc to consider 
ot their entertainment, who, expressing their willingness, together, 
also, with !Mr. Francis Uridit, being now present to doc their 
eiidcavoiir in their places of the ministerie, as well in ))reaching, 
'•atechisiiige, as abo in teaching or causing to be taught the Com- 
I':uiys servants and their children, as also the salvages and their 
"hildren, whcieby to their vttermost to further the inaine end of 
this plantacon, beine; by the assi.staui'c of Almighty (iud, the 
eoiivertioii of the salvages; the propositions and agreements 



112 Records of the First Church of Wells, Me. [April 

Feb. 15, 1780 Sayward, Son of Joseph & Huldah Hobbea. 

Enoch, Son of Elisha & Phebe Littlefield. 

Mar. 5, Isaac, Son of Lazarus & Elisabeth Jones. 

19, Mark, Son of Nathaniel & Abigail Winn. 

Apr. 16, Samuel, Son of Jeremiah Moulton & Mary Eaton. 

May 7, David, Son of Alexander & Philadelphia Maxell. 

14, Theodore, Son of Nathaniel & Abigail Wells. 
June 11, John, Son of Benjamin & Elisabeth Hill. 

John, Son of Dependance & Eleanor Wells. 
John, Son of John & Lydia Russel. 
Robert, Son of Elijah & Miriam Steuart. 

15, Abraham, Son of Abraham & Sarah Annis. 
Barak, Son of Barak & Miriam Kimball. 

20, William, Son of William & Mary Hilton. 

Joab, Son of Job & Eunice Low. 
25, Robert, Son of Hans & Joanna Patten. 

July 2, Robert, Son of Joshua & Susanna Grey. 

9, Daniel, Son of Daniel & Mary Clark. 

23, Joshua, Son of Joseph & Anna Littlefield. 

Moses, Son of Samuel & Mary Davis. 
Aug. 20, Benjamin, Son of Jonathan & Tabitha Gatchel. 

Joseph, Son of Daniel & Dorothy Steuart. 
Asa, Son of Asa & Mary Low. 
Sept. 17, Edward, Son of Wilham & Esther Edes. 

Oct. 10, Stephen, 1 o r i r r .,_ . . , 

Ephraim, j ^""^Isj of Jonathan & Loruhanmh Hatch. 
Oct. 12, Ebenezer, I q r, ,„,.„. , ,, 

Edward, J '='0°isj of Wilham & Mary Hilton. 

John, Son of Shebuel & Mary Baston. 
Elijah Alien, Son of Ezekial & Hannah Bussell. 
Joseph, Son of John & Webber. 

Oct. 29, EUjah, Son of Benjamin & Lucy Morrison. 

Nov. 26, Francis, Son of Joseph & Lucy Winn. 

Jan. 24, 1781 Eliab, Son of Eliab & Lydia Hatch. 
Mar. 5, Joel, Son of Stephen & Deborah Littlefield. 

^Pr- 10. George, Son of Paul & Susanna Goodwin. 

May[?] Joseph, Son of Samuel & Olivia Curtis. 

July 24, Alexander, Son of John & Day. 

Aug. 19, John, Son of Samuel & Sarah Gooch. 

Sept. 2, Daniel, Son of Joshua & Mehetabel Bragdon. 

Oct. 7, Theodore, Son of Daniel & Lydia Heard. 

Oct. 14, Samuel, Son of Nathaniel & Phebe Treadwell. 

Oct. 21, Benjamin, Son of Joshua & Hannah Hilton. 

Samuel, Son of Jonathan & Huldah Hill. 
Nov. 11, Samuel, Son of Samuel & Joanna Winn. 

Theodore, Son of Jeremiah & Sarah Littlefield. 
18, John, Son of James & Hepzibah Davis. 

Nov. 25, Aaron, Son of Aaron & Abigail Wheelwright. 

Dec. 16, Moses, Son of EUjah & Eleanor Steuart. 

Aaron, Son of Daniel & Dorothy Steuart. 
John, Son of John & Hepzibah Tibbets. 
18. Samuel, Son of Solomon & Mehetabel Littlefield. 

Mar. 10, 1782 Bill, Son of John & Lydia Russell. 

20, Richard, Son of John Light & Elizabeth WelJs. 

Samuel, Son of John & Mary Goodwin. 
24, Samuel, Son of William & Agnes Littlefield. 



Apr. 


3, 




14, 


May 


5, 


June 


2, 




9, 




23, 


July 


28. 


Aug. 


4, 



1922] Records of the First Church, of Wells, Me. 113 

John, Son of Thomas & Elisabeth Stevens. 
Uriah, Son of Benjanain & Lily[?] Morrison. 
Daniel, Son of Asa & Mary Low. 
Theodore, Son of Richard & Anna Littlefield. 
Phinehas, Son of Remick & Martha Cole. 
William Bartlet, Son of Seth & Lucy Littlefield. 
Abraham, Son of Dependance & Eleanor Wells. 
Levi, Son of Levi & Susanna Littlefield. 
Asa, Son of James & Shuah Treadwell. 
Nathaniel, Son of David & Miriam Willson. 
25, Daniel, Son of Joseph & Willson. 

James, Son of Daniel & Winn. 

Samuel, Son of John & Elisabeth Cole. 
Samuel, Son of Lazarus & Elisabeth Jones. 
Enoch, Son of Samuel & Mary Davis. 
Samuel, Son of Amos & Lydia Wormwood. 
Jonathan, Son of Jonathan & Tabitha Gatchel. 
Reuben, Son of Roger & Anna Littlefield. 
Solomon, Son of Solomon & Martha Stevens. 
Ebenezer, Son of Nathan & Lydia Kimball. 
Peter, Son of George & Rebecca Gatchel. 
Timothy, Son of Nathaniel & Abigail Wells. 
Timothy, Son of Samuel & Joanna Winn. 
Theodore, Son of Jonathan & Susanna Bussell. 
Theodore, Son of Amos & Hannah Eldridge. 
James Eaton, Son of Joseph & Anna Littlefield. 
Richard Walker, Son of Francis & Ruth Hatch. 
Joseph, Son of Joseph & Susanna Wheelwright. 
Aaron, Son of Jonathan & Lucy Winn. 
Johnson, Son of Joshua & Susanna Hatch. 
Benjamin, Son of Joseph & Mary Bourn. 
Elijah, Son of Samuel & Olive Curtis. 
Barak, Son of Barak & Mary Maxell. 
James, Son of Seth & Lucy Littlefield. 
Isaac, Son of John & Littlefield. 

Joshua, Son of James & Mary Littlefield. 
Daniel, Son of Jeremiah Moulton & Mary Eaton. 
Barak, Son of Barak & Miriam Kimball. 
Daniel, Son of Amos & Lydia Wormwood. 
Zebadiah, Son of Timothy & Littlefield. 

Stephen, Son of Daniel & Littlefield. 

William, Son of Samuel & Sarah Gooch. 
Barak, Son of Jonathan & Loruhamah Hatch. 
Daniel, Son of Daniel & Ohve Winn. 
Moses, Son of Isaac & Temperance Littlefield. 
George, Son of George & Hephzibah Jacobs. 
Thomas, Son of James & Sarah Forbush. 
Theodore, Son of Samuel & Johanna Winn. 
Rufus, Son of Jotham & Sarah Littlefield. 
John Langdon, Son of John & Hannah Storer. 
Andrew, Son of John & Elisabeth Cole. 
Richard, Son of Richard & Anna Littlefield. 
James, Son of James & Shuah Treadwell. 
John, Son of Benjamin & Sarah Boothby. 
Henry, Son of Benjamin & Elisabeth Hill. 
James, Son of John & Tabitha Staple. 
Benjamin, Son of Benjamin & Morrison. 



Sept. 


22, 


Oct. 


6, 


Oct. 


13, 




27, 


Nov. 


10, 


Nov. 


24, 


Jan. 


5, 1783 


Mar. 


9, 


Mar. 


30, 


Apr. 


6, 


Apr. 


10, 


Apr. 


20, 




20, 


May 


6, 


June 


15, 


July 


7. 


July 


13, 


July 


20,' 


Aug. 


17, 


Sept. 


29, 


May 


5, 1784 




9, 


June 


13, 


June 


23, 


July 


4, 




11. 




15, 


July 


26, 


Aug. 


1, 




29, 


Oct. 


3, 




24, 




31, 


Jan. 


8, 1785 




9, 




23, 




30, 


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13, 


Apr. 


11, 


May 


17, 


June 


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114 Records of the First Church of Wells, Me. [April 

July o, Joseph, Son of William & Kezia Morrison. 

July 31, John, Son of Benjamin & Mary Kimball. 

Aug. 7, Isaiah, Son of Levi & Susanna Littlefield. 

Oct. 5, Daniel, Son of Daniel & Dorothy Steuart. 

John, 1 

Aaron, Son[sl of Joseph & Elisabeth Eldridge. 

Daniel, ) 

Oct. 9, John, Son of George & Abigail Penny.* 

Oct. IS, George, Son of Simon & Anna JetTerds. 

Oct. 30, Daniel, Son of John & Lydia Russell. 

Oct. 30, Joshua, Son of Joshua & Jane Gatchel. 

Nov. 6, Ralph, Son of Samuel & Olive Curtis. 

Nov. 6, Jonathan, Son of Jonathan & Lucy Winn. 

Nov. 13, Moses, Son of Jonathan & Tabitha Gatchel. 

Nov. 13, Amos, Son of John & Priscilla Jones. 

Apr. 9, 17S6 Ebenezer, Son of Aaron & Abigail Wheelwright. 

May 14, John, Son of Joseph & Susanna ^\^leel\VTight. 

May 21, Noah, Son of Dependance & Eleanor WeUs. 

June IS, George, Son of Abner & Hannah Fisk. 

June IS, George, Son of Seth & Lucy Littlefield. 

July 9, Simon, Son of James & Mary Littlefield. 

July 9, James, Son of James & Bridget Baston. 

July 9, John, Son of George & Abigail Penny. 

Aug. 1, Jacob, Son of Asa & Mary Low. 

Aug. 20, Wilham, Son of James & Mercy West. 

Sept. 14, Aaron, Son of Barak & Mary Maxell. 

Sept. 14, William, Son of Daniel & Olive Winn. 

Mar. 20, [17S7] Elihu, Son of James & Bridget Baston. 

Apr. 8, Nicholas Gowen, Son of William & Kezia Morrison. 

June 3, Nathaniel, Son of Nehemiah & Patience Littlefield. 

June 17, Joseph, Son of John & Elisabeth Cole. 

24, Son of James & Shuah Treadwell. 

Aug. 7, Walter, Son of Joseph & Anna Littlefield. 

Nathaniel, Son of Jeremiah & Abigail Storer. 

■V^jjU^ni } Son[s] of John & Lydia Harvey. 

Oct. 14, Theodore, Son of Edward & Mary Hilton. 

Dec. 6, EUsha, Son of Elisha & Littlefield. 

Dec. 9, Frederick, Son of Benjamin & Mehetabel Littlefield. 

Josiah, Son of Nathaniel & Mary Winn. 

Mar. 2, 1788 Edmund, Son of Amos & Hannah Eldridge. 

27, James, Son of Andrew & Eunice Hinman. 

Apr. S, George, Son of Stephen & Sarah Ricker, 

June 15, Timothy, Son of Joseph & Wheelwright. 

22, Otis, Son of Benjamin & Sarah Winn. 

23, Olcut, Son of George & Rebecca Gatchel. 
July 22, Nathaniel, Son of Daniel & Littlefield. 
Aug. 3, Jeremiah, Son of Seth & Lucy Littlefield. 
Aug. 10, Ezra, Son of Dependance & Eleanor Wells. 
Sept. 7, George, Son of Benjamin & Mary Wheelwright. 
Oct. 26, Nathaniel, Son of Ichabod & Dorothy Cussens. 
Dec. 16, Newman, Son of Newman & Sarah Perkins. 
Dec. 12, Noah, 1 c r i f t u > r. , • 

Mark \ '^onl^] of Jacob & Perkins. 

[To be continued) 

*Thia entry and the remaining entries in this instalment of these records are found on a right- 
hand page of the manuscript. 



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GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH IN ENGLAND 

Communicated by the Coimnittee on English Research 

[Continued from page 76] 

Weeden 

Contributed by Mrs. Elizabeth (French) Bartlett of Boston, Mass. 

The records published in this contribution show the EngHsh 
ancestry and connections of James Weeden, the founder of a well- 
known Rhode Island family, who came to New England in 1638. 
They are followed by a pedigree, in which the facts derived from the 
records arc set forth in genealogical form. 

Prom Probate Records 

The Will of Richaed Wedon of Chesham, co. Bucks, dated 6 January 
1548 [1548/9]. To be buried in the parish churchyard of Chesham. To my 
daughter Elizabeth Wedon a cupboard, a pair of sheets, and 3s. 4d. To my 
daughter Christian Wedon a coffer, a' pair of sheets, and 3s. 4d. Residuary 
legatee and executri.x: my wife Agnes. Witnesses: Jamys Wedon, John 
Gossam, WiUiam Gardyner. Proved 27 January 1558 [1558/9] by the execu- 
trix. (Archdeaconry of Bucks [Somerset House], 1558.) ' 

The Will of Thomas Wedon of Chesham, co. Bucks, gentleman, dated 
the last day of January 1560 [1560/1]. To be buried in the parish church of 
Chfisham. To the choir of the church for tythes forgotten 12d. To the 
poor of Chesham 13s. 4d. To the poor of Great Missenden 10s. To my son 
Christopher 100 marks at the age of twenty-one and two heifers and twenty 
sheep at the age of fifteen. To my daughter Ehzabeth £60 and to my daugh- 
ter Anne 100 marks, to be paid to them at their days of marriage, if they 
marry with the consent of my executors; but if not, then they shaU have 
but £40 apiece. To my servant Sisley Gardyner 30s., a heifer, and a sheep. 
To every other servant 12d. Residuary legatees and executors: my wife 
Elizabeth and my son Richard, and to them I bequeath my lands; and, 
if my wife marry again, then my son Richard shall have all my lands. Over- 
seers: Richard Friend and Thomas Field, gentleman, and to each of them 
for their pains 10s. Witnesses: Sir John Smythe, curate, William Cannyne. 
Proved at Beaconsfield 11 March 1560/1. (Archdeaconry of Bucks [Somerset 
House], 1561-1563, fo. 124.) 

The Will of James Weedon of Botley in the parish of Chesham, co. Bucks, 
tylemaker, dated 8 February 1571 [1571/2]. To the poor people of the 
town and parish of Chesham 3s. 4d. To Ehzabeth, my wife, all the goods 
and cattcUs I had with her in marriage except twenty sheep, for which she 
shall have no recompense, and two quarters of wheat; also, during her 
widowhood, the use of a chamber in the house I now dwell in, with use of 
the fire and other necessaries. To her also 26s. 8d. yearly during her hfe, 
viz., 13s. 4d. out of the house I now dwell in and 13s. 4d. out of the house 
my son Ralfe now dwells in, in consideration she vrill not trouble my executor. 
To Richard, my son, the lease of my meads by the waterside, my long cart, 
my best wheels, and the third part of all my goods unbequeathed; and the 
other two parts are to be divided between my sons John and George. To 
Thomas PiUe two ewes. To James Wedon, my godson, two sheep. To 

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Jolm Belgnive 10s. To Hew Belgrave a slieep. To George, my son, three 
toftes called Sinythes, lying and being in the hamlet of Botley, to him and 
his hcira for ever. To John, my son, for life, the house I now dwell in, with 
all the ground to the same belonging, and after his death to his son James and 
hia heira for ever. To Richard, my son, all my corn growing in the ground, 
reserving my peas and two acres of oats which I give to John my son. To 
Half, my son, six acres of wood. To Christian Johnson, my daughter, two 
ewes and 3s. 4d. To Richard, my son, one close called Pyjjers in the hamlet 
of Botley, containing two acres, to him and his heirs for ever. To Elizabeth, 
my wife, twelve [sic] of new woollen cloth, pro\dded that Richard my son 
shall have so much wood as he can reasonably spend between this and 
Michaelmas twelvemonth. The said Richard shall have the occupation of 
the house and ground where I now dwell until Michaelmas twelvemonth, and 
then he shall give it to John, my son, who shall then have all my woods at 
home or elsewhere. Residuary legatee and executrix: my son Richard. 
Overseers: Thomas Chase, Hugh Putnam, to each of whom I give 2s. 
Witnesses: John Smith, vicar there, Hugh Putnam, Thomas Butt, Thomas 
Overstreet. Proved 28 March 1572 by the executor. Inventory, £68. 10s. 
(Archdeaconry of Bucks [Somerset House], 1568-1572, fo. 223.) 

The Will of John Weedon of Botley in the parish of Great Chesham, 
CO. Bucks, tilemaker, dated 12 October 1589. To my son John 40s. To my 
son Thomas at the age of twenty-one 40s. To my daughters Jois and Ellen 
at the age of twenty-one or marriage 20s. To my servant John Johnsonne 
40s. To the poor of Chesham 3s. 4d. Residuary legatee and executrix: 
my wife Joane. Overseers: Richard Chaase, Andrew Franklin. [Signed] 
John Weedon his mark. Witnesses: Richard Weedon of Ashlej' Green, 
Richard Weedon and Richard Hardinge of Botley, WiUiam Overstreete, 
William Saunders, pastor. Proved 27 October 15S9 by the executrix. (Arch- 
deaconry of Bucks [Somerset House], 1587-1589.) 

The Will of Richard Weedon of Pedner in the parish of Chesham, co. 
Bucks, gentleman, dated 30 April 1593. To the repair of the parish church 
of Chesham. To the poor of Chesham and Great Missenden. To my eldest 
son, William, my farm called Pednors. To my second son, Robert, the inn 
called the George in Great Missenden, lands in Ashridge, and an annuity 
out of the manor of Denham Durdant. To my third son, Thomas, a house 
and lands in Chesham called Maynwoods. To ray fourth son, Josias, a 
messuage called Botley in Chesham, now in the occupation of Richard 
Tromper. To my fifth son, Daniel, freehold lands in Chesham called Holts, 
with a meadow called Dayehouse, in the occupation of Christian Puttenham. 
To my daughter Susan Weedon £100 at the age of twenty-one. To my 
daughter Mary Weedon £150 at the age of twenty one. [Provision] for my 
wife Mary. [Mention of] Andrew Lloyd, William Prisse, Thomas Weedon, 
my servant Richard Browne, Katherine Morris. Residuary legatee and 
executor: my son Robert. Supervisors: John Gardner of Great Missenden, 
Zachie Metcalfe, Robert Weedon. Witnesses: Richard Weedon, John 
Bowler (his mark], Richard Harding [his mark]. Proved 23 January 1594 
[1594/5] by the e.xecutor. (P. C. C, Scott, 6.) 

The WUl of Ralph Wedon of Botley in the parish of Great Chesham, 
CO. Bucks, husbandman, dated 25 May 1618. To my son Isaac 6d. To my 
son Edward 10s. and my best brass pot. To my son John 5s. To my daughter 
Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Harding, 12d. To my daughter Christian, wife 
of Riclwrd Haddocke, Od. To my daughter Joane, wife of William Whitfeilde, 
Cd. To my daughter Martha, wife of John Leach, 12d. To my daughter 
Sarah, wife of Richard Cocke, 12d. To my daughter Dorothy, wife of George 



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Wilson, 138. 4d. To my daughter Mary 8s. 4d. To my daughter Priscilla 
13s. 4d. Residuary legatee and executrix: my wife Alice. Overseers: Thomas 
Stanley, my brother, and William Gurney of Whitend, to whom I give 2d. 
each. Witnesses: John Stanley and Thomas Cocke. Proved 6 November 
1618 by the executrix. (Archdeaconry of Bucks [Somerset House], 1618-19, 
fo. 19.) 

The nuncupative Will of Jane Weeden of Chesham Magna, co. Bucks, 
dated about Christmas 1635. She gave all her goods and chattels to her 
daughter Elizabeth Weeden for her maintenance, she being full of infirmitv 
and not able to provide for herself. Prov^ed 21 April 1637 by Elizabeth 
Weeden, daughter and universal legatee. (Archdeaconry of Bucks [Somerset 
House], 1637, no. 148.) 

The Will of Elizabeth Weedon of the parish of Chesham, co. Bucks, 
maiden, dated 9 January 1637 [1636/7]. To be buried in the parish church- 
yard of Chesham. To John Weedon, son of my brother James Weedon, 
£3 at the age of twenty-one. To William Weedon, son of my brother James 
Weedon, £3 at the age of twenty-one and a joined cupboard at my death. 
To James Weedon, son of my brother James Weedon, £3 at the age of 
twenty-one. To Anna Weedon, daughter of my brother James Weedon, 
£3 at the age of eighteen and a brass kettle and a pair of flaxen sheets at 
my death. To Martha Weedon, daughter of my brother James Weedon, 
£3 at the age of eighteen years and a brass pan, a brass kettle, and a pair 
of flaxen sheets at my death. To my brother John Stanley's son £3. 6s. 8d., 
which is in the keeping of James Weedon of Botley in the parish of Chesham ; 
and I do give my consent that the said James Weedon shall have this monej' 
for to breed a stock, £5, which he is to pay to the said [sic] John Stanley, 
my sister's son, at the age of twenty-one, and that my brother James Weedon 
shall have nothing to do with this sum of money. To my brother John 
Weedoti 20s., a cloak, a waistcoat, and a coat. To my kinswoman, the wife 
of Daniel Edmundea, 208. To my sister Ruth, the wife of John Stanley, 
three coats, oue waistcoat, one cloak, and a "straey " box with all that is in it. 
To Frances Moor one brass pot, petticoats, one ell of linsey woollen, 

and one ell and a quarter of linen cloth. To James Benninge one pewter 
platter. The residue of my goods and chattels unbequeathed, moveable 
and unmoveable, I give to my brother James Weedon of , whom 

I make my executor. The mark of Elizabeth Weedon. Witnesses: Thomas 
Benninge his mark and Henry Codgell. Administration on the goods of 
the deceased was granted 3 July 1638 to John Weedon and Hester Dagnall, 
for the use of the executor. (Archdeaconrv of Bucks [Somerset House], 
1638, fo. 51a.) 

The Act Book describes John Weedon as "of Halton, co. Bucks, shoe- 
maker." Inventory, to be filed before Michaelmas 1638, £12. Is. (Arch- 
deaconry of Bucks [Somerset House], Act Book, 1633-1645, fo. 22.) 

From the Parish Registers of Chesham, co. Bucks, 
1538-1660* 

Baptisms 

1538 Rychard son of Thomas Weedon 23 January [1538/9]. 

1539 Jois daughter of Jeames Weedon 8 January [1539/40]. 
1539 Robert son of John Weedon 14 February [1539/40]. 

•To the end of 1636, i.e., lo 2.S Mnr. 1636/7, theee entries have been taken from the printefj 
Transoript of the Firat Volume, 1538-1636, of the Parish Register nt Chesham, by ,1. W. Garrotl- 
Peggo, Ixindon, 1904, and after 1636 from the oririnal rcsistcrn. There are no entries for the year 
1516 nor from 6 Mar, 1552/3 to 20 Aui:. l.WB, inchisivc, and only twenty-.'.^cven entries wore made 
from 16^10 to 1546 inclusive. 



118 Genealogical Research in England [April 

1540 Joan daughter of Wil][ia]m Weedon 11 February [1540/1]. 

1541 Rychard son of Will[ia]m Weedon 17 December. 

1541 Rychard son of Jeames Weeden 13 January [1541/2]. 

1542 Stephin son of Rob[er]t Weeden 19 July. 

1548 Joan daughter of Jeames Weeden 28 December. 

1548 son of Will[ia]m Weedon 15 January [1548/9]. 

1548 Christian daughter of Rob[er]t Weedon 12 March [1548/9]. 

1549 Anne daughter of Thomas Weedon 4 April. 

1550 son of John Weeden 17 June. 

1550 George son of Jeames Weeden 14 January [1550/1]. 

1551 Elyzabeth daughter of Rob[er]t Weeden 7 November. 

1551 Helene daughter of Will[ia]m Weeden 10 December. 

1552 Christopher son of Thomas Weeden 11 April. 
1552 Roger son of John Weeden 15 February [1552/3]. 

1561 son of Richard Weeden of Belend[en] 21 July. 

1562 John son of John Weedon of Botley 12 September. 

1564 Emme daughter of John Weedon the last [day of] September. 

1565 Rob[er]t son of Rychard Weeden of Pednar 29 July. 

1566 Thomas son of Rychard Weeden of Belend[en] 27 July. 

1566 Jois daughter of WUl[ia]m Weeden 27 September. 

1567 Ame daughter of Rychard Weeden of Pednar 18 January [1567/8]. 

1568 Elyzabeth daughter of Raufe Weeden 28 March. 

1568 Isbell daughter of Rychard Weeden of Belend[en] 4 April. 

1568 Jois daughter of John Weeden 18 August. 

1568 Rob[er]t son of John Weeden of the Box Bush the last [day of] October. 

1569 Edward son of Stephin Weeden 7 August. 

1570 Rychard son of Ryc[hard] Weedon of Belend[en] 28 March. 

1570 Christian daughter of Raufe Weeden 7 January [1570/1]. 

1571 Thomas son of Rychard Weeden 26 August. 
1571 Alice daughter of Rychard Weeden 24 November. 

1571 Thomas son 'of Stephin Weeden 17 February [1571/2]. 

1572 Henry son of Rychard Weeden 7 December. 

1572 Susan daughter of R}'c[hard] Weeden of Pednar 11 January [1572/3]. 

1573 Thomas son of Rychard and Elyzabeth Weeden, tayler, 12 July. 
1573 Joan daughter, of Raufe and Joan Weeden 17 January [1573/4]. 

1573 Elenor daughter of John and Joan Weeden 7 March [1573/4]. 

1574 Will[ia]m and Thomas sons of Ryc[hard] and Joan Weeden of Ashly- 

greene 25 March. 
1574 Stephin son of Stephin and Alice Weeden 11 April. 

1574 Johii son of Roger and Agnes Weeden of Chartridg 6 January [1574/5]. 

1575 Rob[er]t son of Ric[hard] and Elyzabeth Weeden of Belend[en] 25 

September. 

1575 Josias son of Richard and Mary Weeden of Pedner 15 January 

[1575/6].* 

1576 Rob[er]t son of Rob[er]tt and Agnes Weeden 29 July. 

1576 Jeremiah son of Raufe and Joan Weeden 13 January [1576/7]. 

1577 Jaane daughter of Ricjhard] and Joan Weeden of Botley 21 September. 

1577 Jeremyah son of Ric[hard] and Elyzab[eth] Weeden, tayler, 22 

September. 

1578 Thomas son of John and Joan Weeden 25 March. 
1578 Isbell daughter of Stephin and Alice Weeden 13 April. 
1578 Martha daughter of Raufe and Joan Weeden 27 April. 

♦The Bishop's transcript of the parish register for this year states that this child was baptised 
at Great Missenden. 

•fThe Bishop's transcript of the pariah register for this year gives the father's name as Roger, 
which is undoubtedly the correct name. 



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1578 Elyzabeth daughter of Ric[hard] and Joan Weeden of Ashlygreene 
29 June. 

1578 Martha daughter of Roger and Agnes Weeden 17 August. 

1579 Mary daughter of Rychard and Mary Weeden of Pedner 28 June. 
1579 Elyzabeth daughter of Ric[hard] and Elyzab[eth] Weeden of Belend[en] 

19 July. 

1579 Thomas son of Stephin and Alice Weeden 31 Augiist. 

1580 Hester daughter of Ric[hard] and Joan Weedon of Botley 24 July. 
1580 Daniel son of Ryc[hard] and Mary Weeden of Pedner 20 November. 

1580 Mary daughter of Roger and Agnes Weeden 28 November. 

1581 Dorothe daughter of Raufe and Joan Weeden 28 August. 

1582 John son of Ric[hard] and Joan Weeden of Botley 23 September [sic, 

see Richard, baptized 24 March 1582/3].* 
1582 Ric[hard] son of Jeames and Katherine Weeden of the Wat[er]side 
18 November. 

1582 Ric[hard] son of Ric[hard] and Joan Weeden of Botl[ey] 24 March 

[1582/3] [sie, see John, baptized 23 September 1582). 

1583 Lazarus son of Roger and Agnes Weeden 1 April. 

1584 Isaac son of Raufe and Joan Weeden 8 November. 

1585 Jeames son of Ric[hard] and Joan Weeden of Botley 30 July. 
1585 Nathanael son of Roger and Agnes Weeden 5 September. 
1585 Martha daughter of Jeames and Katherine Weeden 3 October. 

1585 Jeames son of Ric[hard] and Joan Weeden of Ash ly Grene 17 October. 

1587 Thomas son of Ric[hard] and Joan Weeden of Botley 24 September. 

1587 John son of Roger and Agnes Weeden 12 November. 

1588 Ric[hard] son of Ric[liard] and Joan Weedon of Ashly Greene 9 April. 

1589 Mary daughter of Ric[hard] and Joan Weeden of Botley 19 May. 
1589 John son of Ric[hard] and Joan Weedon of Ashlygreene 4 January 

[1589/90]. 

1589 Mary daughter of Raufe and Alice Weedon 25 January [1589/90]. 

1590 Timothie son of Ric[hard] and Agnes Weedon, glover, 26 April. 
1590 John son of Ric[hard] and Joan Weedon of Botley 15 November. 
1592 Edward son of Raufe and Mary Weedon 27 August. 

1592 Elyzabeth daughter of Ric[hard] and Joan Weedon of Botley 24 
December. 

1595 John son of Raufe and Mary Weedon 18 May. 

1596 Daniel son of Thomas and Alice Weeden 25 March. 

1596 Joseph son of Richard and Joan Weeden of Botley 13 February 

[1596/7]. 
1598 Thomas eon of Tho[mas] and Petronel Weedeh of Ashlygrene 27 

December. 

1598 Susanna daughter of Thomas and Alice Weedon, labor[er], 14 January 

[1598/9]. 

1599 Mary daughter of Mr. W[illla]m and Foelix Weedon of Pednar, at 

Greate Myssend[en] by my consent, 10 June.f 
1599 Priscilla daughter of Raufe and Mary Weedon 22 July. 

1599 Daniel son of Henry and Isbell Weedon 7 October. 

1600 Ruth daughter of Ric[hard] and Joan Weeden of Botley 28 May. 

1600 Thomas son of Thomas and Alice Weedon 11 March [1600/1]. 

1601 Elyzabeth daughter of Mr. Will[ia]m and Falix Weedon of Pedner 

29 March. 
1601 John son of Robert and Jane Weedon of Chartridge 13 December^ 

"The John who waa baptised 23 September 1582 waa probably son of Richard and Joan Weeden 
of Ashley Green. 

tShe married . — Beale, and died 27 Aug. 1677, her tombstone in the church at Chesham 

calhng her "eldest Daughter and Heyre to William Weedon of Pednor Gent deceased." (Lipscomb's 
History of Buckingham, p. 267.) 



120 Genealogical Research in England [April 

1602 Elyzabeth daughter of Jeremie and Elyzabeth Weeden, cutler, 19 

September. 

1602 Elyzabeth daughter of Thomas and Petronell Weeden'of Ashlyg[reen] 

6 October. 

1602 Jeames son of Rob[er]t and Jaanes Weedon of Chartridg 30 November. 

1602 Nathanaell son of Henry and Isbell Weedon 25 December. 

1602 Martha daughter of Mr. \Vill[ia]m and Fceli.x Weeden 6' March 

[1602/3]. 

1603 Zacherie daughter of Thomas and Alice Weeden 29 June. 

1604 Susan daughter of John and Elyzabeth Weedon, pj-nncr, 26 August. 

1604 Joseph son of Heniy and Isbell Weedon 2 September. 

1605 Elizabeth daughter of Thomas and Petronell Weeden of Ashlyg[reenl 

13 April. 

1605 Thomas son of Mr. William and FeUx Weeden 10 November. 

1605 Robert son of Robert and Jane Weeden 23 February [1605/6]. 

1606 Christofer son of Thomas and Alice Weeden 13 April. 

1606 James son of John and Elizabeth Weeden, pinner, 6 January [1606/7]. 

1606 Jane daughter of Robert and Jane Weeden 7 March [1606/7]. 

1607 Robert son of Thomas and Petronell Weeden [of] Ashligr[een] 28 June. 
1607 Marie daughter of Henry and Isabell Weeden 24 August. 

1607 Hester daughter of Mr. William and Felix Weeden 7 March [1607/8]. 

1608 Robert son of Robert and Jane Weeden of Chartrige 20 November. 

1608 Thomas son of Thomas and Petronell Weeden [of] Aahlyg[re€n] 

12 March [1608/9]. 

1609 Thomas son of Richard and Elizabeth Weeden 24 September. 

1610 Roger son of Roberte and Joane Weeden of Chartridge 18 November. 

1610 Clare daughter of Mr. William and Felix Weeden 6 January [1610/11]. 

1611 Martha daughter of Thomas [and] Petronell Weedon 16 September. 

1611 Anne daughter of Rob[er]t and Jane Weeden 15 December. 

1612 Daniell son of Robert and Jane Weeden 1 January [1612/13]. 

1613 James son of Isaak and Agnes Weeden 29 September. 
1613 William son of Thomas and Petronell Weeden 3 October. 

1613 Marie daughter of Robert Weeden and Jane his wife 5 February 
[1613/14]. 

1615 Isaak son of Isaack and Agnes Weedon 4 October. 

1616 Thomas son of Thomas and Rose Weedon 30 June. 

1616 John son of Jeames and Pliillip Weedon 15 September. 

1617 EUzabeth daughter of Richard and Rose Weeden 28 December. 

1618 Sara daughter of Isaak and Agnes Weeden 6 April. 

1618 Margarett daughter of Timothie and Margaret Weeden 12 July. 

1619 WOliam son of James and Phihp Weeden 30 May. 

1619 Anna daughter of James and Margaret Weeden 12 December. 

1619 Francis daughter of Thomas and Mercie Weeden 10 March [1619/20]. 

1620 Martha daughter of Isaak and Agnes Weeden 30 March. 

1620 Elizabeth daughter of Timothie and Margaret Weeden 27 April. 

1620 Martha daughter of Richard and Rose Weeden 25 June. 

1620 Marie daughter of James and Margaret Weeden [of] Bottom 28 

January [1620/1]. 

1621 Alice daughter of James and Philip Weeden 26 September. 

1622 William son of Richard and Rose Vv'eeden 22 April. 
1622 John son of James and Margaret Weeden 11 August. 

1622 Timothie son of Timothie and Margaret Weeden 14 August. 

1622 Haniell son of Thomas and Mercie Weedon 28 December. 

1624 Mary daughter of Timothy and Margaret Weedon 8 July. 

1624 Josephe son of James and Margarett Weden 5 September. 

1624 William son of Richard and Rose Weedon 13 November. 



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1624 James son of James and Phillip Weedon 10 February [1624/5]. 

1624 John son of Thomas and Mercy Weedon 27 February [1624/5]. 

1G24 Alice daughter to Richard and Alice Weedon 2S February [1624/51. 

1624 Daniell son of Isaac!; and Anne Weeden 13 March [1624/5]. 

1626 Tymothy son of Tymothy and Margarett Weedon 27 December. 

1626 Susan daughter to James and Margarett Weedon 14 Januarj^ [1626/7]. 

1627 Sarah daughter to George and Sarah Weedon 6 May. 

1627 Francis daughter to Richard and Rose Weedo[nl 9 September. 

1628 Nathanaeil son of Isaacke and Ann Weedon 14 April. 

1628 Francis son* of Richard and Rose Weedon 12 October. 

1 629 Daniell son of TjTnothy and Margarett Weedo[n] 7 April. 

1629 Daniell son of James and Alicef Weedon 9 December. 

1630 Marie daughter to Daniell and Hester Weedon 6 January [1630/1]. 

1631 Sarah daughter to TjTnothy and Margarett Weedo[n] 5 Februar\f 

[1631/2]. 

1632 Martha daughter of James and Philip Weedon 1 June. 

1634 Martha daughter of Timothie and Margarett Weedon 4 January 

[1634/5]. 

1638 Lazarus son of Timothie and Margaret Weedon 13 July. 

1641 Samewell son of Jeames and Susan Weedon 25 September. 

1644 Hanah daughter of Jeames and Susanah Weedon 17 December. 

1645 Annah daughter of Joseph and Annah Weedon born 1 September. 

1646 Jeames son of Jeames and Su.sanah Weedon 4 October. 

1649 Joseph son of Joseph and Annah Weedon born 10 May. 

1650 Izak son of Isake and Weedon 27 December. 

1650 Mary daughter of Jeames and Susan Weedon 5 March [1650/1]. 
1652 Mary daughter of Joseph and Annah Weedon born 28 June. 
1655 Isak son of Jeames and Susan Weedon 29 April. 

Mam'aQes 
1539 Will[ia]m Weedon and Agnes daughter of Ric[hard] Baehilor 21 

September. 
1539 Robert Weedon and Alice daughter of Roger Weedon 2 November. 

1541 Rychard Weedon and Elyzabeth daughter of Will[ia]m Hare 16 

October. 

1542 Richard son of John Cock and Joan daughter of Roger Weedon 

8 October. 
1542 Roger son of Ric[hardl Wedon and Elyzabeth daughter of Rob[er]t 
Byrch 3 December. 

1548 Rj'chard Weedon — June.J: 

1549 Rychard Weedon and Katherin Glenyster 22 January [1549/60]. 

1550 John Weedon and Joan Fielde 19 May. 

1550 Wiil(ialm Overstroete and Elyzabeth Weedon 21 December. 

1552 Rychard Stallard and Christian Weedon 4 December. 

1560 Thomas Gosbell and Agnes Weedon 18 September. 

1561 Will[ia]m Weedon and Elyzabeth Anne 10. July. 
1563 Rychard Lovet and Joan Weedon, widow, 12 May. 

1563 Rychard Weeden of Belend[en] and Elyzab[ethl Byrche 3 November. 

1563 John Belgrauc and Agnes Weedon 27 November. 

1564 Jeames Weedon and Isbcll WJ^lch 12 October. 

1566 Henry Weedon and Ellen Rowberd, widow, 22 June. 

1567 Nicholas Johnson and Xptian Weedon 29 November. 
1.570 Rychard Weedon and Elyzabeth F_\^-efeild 23 October. 

♦Called daughter in the Bishop'a tran.script of the parish register for this year. 
tProbably an error for MarKaret. 

tThc name of the bride and the day of the month arc not givell, but this marri.ij^- an<l two 
other marriages are recorded after a niarrinjce of 17 June. 



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1572 WUI[ia]m Cock of Ly grene and Elenor Weedon 15 June. 

1572 Rychard Weedon of Botley and Joan Turner 19 January [1572/3]. 

1573 David Saunder, s[er]vaunte to Ricfhard] Byrch of the p[ar]sonage, 

and Xptian daughter of Robert Weedon 30 November. 

1574 Ric[hard] Weedon, tayler, and Margarite daughter of Henry Wheatley 

7 .October. 
1580 John Bachilor, carpenter, and Margarite Lovet sister to the wife of 
Roger Weedon 1 August. 

1582 Edward Humphrey and Elyz[abethl widow of Ric[hardl Weedon of 

Myss[enden] Magn[a] 23 September. 

1583 Rychard son of Ric[hard] Newton of Whiteend and Alice daughter of 

John Weedon of Ashlygreene 16 September. 

1584 William Beston of Hawrich and Zacharie daughter of John Weedon 

of Ashly Greene, deceased, 2 November. 
1586 Raulfe Weedon and Alice daughter of John Stanley and s[er]vant to 
Mr. Lamkeford [?] of Edlesborough 13 February [1586/7]. 

1588 Nicholas brother of Thomas Twytchell and Elyzabeth widow of 

Rychard Weedon of Belenden 3 February [1588/9]. 

1589 Rychard Weedon, glover, and Agnes sister to Henry Axstell of 

Bo\dngt[on] 19 May. 
1589 Robert Humphrey of Edlesborough and Anne widow of Roger Weedon 

married at London, by my consent and testimoniall, 4 February 

[1589/90]. 
1591 Marc Brian, s[ervan]t to Jeames Weedon of Botl[ey], and Elyz|abeth] 

daughter of Wid[ow] Gaate 15 April. 

1591 Rychard Chedwick, 6[er]vant to Anthony Ashby, shomaker, and 

Joane sister to Rychard Weedon, glover, 9 December. 

1592 Ezechiell brother of Rychard Weedon of Bovington and EUen daughter 

of Widow Sowthend 11 April. 

1592 Will[ia]m son of Rob[er]t Rowberd and Anne daughter of Mr. Rychard 

Weedon of Pednar 8 August. 

1593 Thomas Hunte, s[er]vant to John Potter, tanner, and Jois daughter 

of the widow of John Weedon of Botley and s[ervan]t to Henry 
. Gosham, myller, 7 January [1593/4]. 
1593 Thomas son of Symon Martin and s[er]vant to Henry Gosham and 

Elenor daughter of the vrid[ow] of John Weedon of Botley married 

at" Tame 27 January [1593/4]. 
1595 Thomas son of Stephin Weedon and Alice Browne, late s[ervan]ts to 

Mr. Dyxwell of Hawrich, 28 April. 

1597 Rychard son of Andrew Francklin of Leyhill, deceased, and Martha 

daughter of Roger Weedon of Chartridg, deceased, 5 December. 

1598 Henry son of Richard Weedon, wheeler, and IsbeU daughter of 

Rychard Weedon of Belend[en], deceased, 29 May. 
1600 Robert Weedon son by law to Robert Humphrey and Jaane daughter 

of Georg Barber cd Grigg of Edesborough 20 October. 
1603 Stephin Weeden and Ame daughter of the Widow Harbrough of 

Berkhamsteed in the Count[y] of Hartf[ord], 1 December. 

1603 John son of Jeames Weeden of the Waterside, pynner, and Elyzabeth 

Cock, s[er]vant to Tho[mas] Martin, myller, 1 December. 

1604 John Leech, s[er]vant late to John Byrch of Hundrich, and Martha 

daughter of Raufe Weedon of this parish and late s[er]vant to 

Georg Skidmore of Watforde 17 December. 
1608 Stephen Weeden and Joane Filby of Marlow Magna 3 October. 
1612 Richard Cock and Sarah* Weedon 17 September. 

*CaUed Marie in the Bishop's transcript of the parish register, but Sarah is the correct name, 
as is shown by the will of Ralph Wedon of Botley, dated 25 May 1618 {vide tupra, p. IIG). 



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1G12 Isaak Weeden and Agnes Pratt 28 October. 

1615 James Weedon and Phillip Cock 11 September. 

1615 Richard Weedon and Rose Eldrige 28 September. 

1616 John Weedon and Joane Kirby, widow, 16 January [1616/17]. 

1616 Matthewe Gate and Susan Weedon 3 March [1616/17]. 

1617 Thomas Gate and Elizabeth Weedon 9 October. 

1618 Walter Pratt and Marie Weeden 29 July. 

1618 James Weeden and Margaret Vphe 4 February [1618/19]. 

1624 John Stanley and Ruth Weedon 18 May. 

1625 Richard Bentley and Elizabeth Weedon 29 November. 
1625 George Weedon and Sarah Ginger 31 January [1625/6]. 
1631 Ralph Wigginton and Priscilla Weedon 25 April. 

1636 Mr. Peter Malorie and Susan Weedon 19 April. 

1637 John Howe and Ann Weedon 27 April. 

1637 Michael Okeley and Mary Weedon 12 October. 

1637 Raphe Atkinson and Mistress Mary Weedon 12 October. 

1637 Edward Butler and Mistress Clare Weedon 16 October. 

1654 John Weedon and Joan Foster, banns published 26 November, 
3 December, 10 December. 

Burials ' 

1539 Alice wife of Rob[er]t Weedon 17 December. 

1540 Joan daughter of Will[ia]m Weedon 14 February [1540/1]. 

1541 Margarite wife of Henry Weedon 7 August. 
1541 John Weedon of the Waterside 26 September. 
1543 John son of Will[ia]m Weedon 8 September. 
1545 John son of Will[ia]m Weedon 23 August. 
1545 Agnes wife of Will[ia]m Weedon 31 August. 
1548 AJice daughter of John Weedon 16 June. 

1548 John son of John Weedon 3 December. 

1549 Cicely wife of WUl[ia]m Weedon 4 September. 
1549 Will[ia]m Weedon 26 December. 

1551 Jeames son of Thomas Weedon 7 September. 

1551 Two children of John Weedons 29 November. 

1552 Elyzabeth wife of John Weeden 21 January [1552/3]. 
1560 Jois Weedon 21 July. 

1560 Elyzabeth daughter of Jeames Weedon 22 July. 

1560 Joan Weedon 24 July. 

1560 Elyzabeth wife of Jeames Weedon 27 July. 

1560 Thomas Weedon of Pednar 21 February [1560/1]. 

1562 Joan wife of Henry Weedon 20 December. 

1562 Katherine wife of Rychard Weedon of Belend[en] 23 December. 

1564 Agnes Weedon, widow, 6 March [1564/5]. 

1565 Georg Weedon 7 November. 

1565 John son of John Weedon of Boxbush 21 March [1565/6]. 

1566 Jois daughter of WiLl[ia]m Weedon 23 October. 

1568 Agnes Weedon, widow, 1 February [1568/9]. 

1569 John son of Richard Weedon of Pednar 6 February [1569/70]. 

1570 Henry son of Rychard Weedon of Belend[en] 13 January [1570/1]. 

1571 Edward son of Stephin Weedon 11 May. 

1571 Alice daughter Rychard Weedon, tayler, 14 December. 

1571 Jeames Weedon 12 February [1571/2]. 

1572 Elyzabeth wife of Roblerjt Weedon 3 June. 
1572 Agnes wife of John Weedon 29 October. 

1572 John Weedon 20 January [1672/3]. 

1573 Elyzabeth wife of Richard Weedon, tayler, 5 August. 



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1573 Robert Weedon 20 February [1573/4]. 

1575 Thomas son of Rychard and Elyzab[eth] Weedon, tayler, 2 October. 

1576 Joan wife of Ric[hard| Weedon of Botley 11 May. 

1576 Jeremie son of Raufe and Joan Weedon 20 January [1576/7]. 

1577 Rychard Weedon, tayler, 9 February [1577/8]. 

1578 Isbell daughter of Stephin and Alice Weedon 22 April. 

1583 Rychard son of Rj'chard and Joan Weedon of Hotley 4 April. 

1584 John Weedon of Ashly Greene, late of Bovington, 9 April. 

1585 Joan wife of Raufe Wetdon 16 November. 

1585 John son of Roger and Agnes Weedon 23 January [1585/6]. 
1585 Thomas Weedon, 6[ervan]t to Ric[hard] Tookefeild of Cherytrees 
15 March [1585/6]. 

1587 Rychard Weedon of Belenden 7 November. 

1588 Thomas son of Richard and Joan Weedon of Botley 19 April. 

1588 Roger Weedon of Chartridge 13 December. 

1589 John Weedon of Botley, tylemaker, 14 October. 

1591 Tho[mas] son of Stephin Wedon 9 November. 

1592 Abraham Weedon, s[er\'an]t to John Grover of Whealpieyhill, 11 

October. 

1593 Mr. Rychard Weedon of Pednar 3 May. 

1594 Will[ia]m son of Rychard Weedon of Ashly Greene 16 Novemlier. 

1594 William Weedon th[e] Elder of Ashlygreene 26 December. 

1595 Mr. Robert Weedon of Asheridg son of Mr. Ric[hard] Weedon of 

Pednar 4 April. 

1596 Joseph son of Ric[hard] and Joan Weedon of Botley 17 March 

[1596/7]. 

1597 Benjamin "baase borne" child of Alice Browne, now wife of Thomas 

Weedon, laborer, 20 December. 

1598 Joan widow of John Weedon of Botley 9 July. 

1598 Thomas son of Thomas and Petronel Weedon of Ashlygrene 3 January 

[1598/9]. 
1602 Elyzabeth daughter of Jeremie and Elyzabeth Weedon 22 September. 
1602 Rychard son of Jeames and Katherine Weedon 30 October. 
1602 Joan wife of Ryc[hard] Weedon, wheler, and sister to the said Agnes 

[wife of John Foord of Whiteend, buried 1 January 1602/3] 4 

January [1602/3]. 

1602 Alice wife of Stephin Weedon, laborer, 1 March [1602/3]. 

1603 Rychard Weeden, wheeler, 19 June. 

1605 Robert son of Rob[er]t and Jane Weeden 27 February [1605/6]. 

1606 Elizabeth widow of William Weeden of Ashlygreene 21 March [1606/7]. 

1607 Robert son of Richard Weeden of Ashridg 14 September. 

1607 Anne wife of Steeven Weeden 10 October. 

1608 Katherin Weeden of the Waterside 27 March. 

1608 James Weeden of the Waterside the last [day of] May. 

1608 Henry Weeden of the Moore 8 June. 

1609 Thomas son of Thomas Weeden [of] Ashlyg[reen] 21 May. 

1610 Roger son of Roberte Weeden [of] Chartridge 2 December. 

1613 Dorothie Gibson Sr' to M"' Weeden 11 April. 

1614 Dinah wife of John Weeden 7 September. 

1617 Anna wife of Jeames Weedon 10 May. 

1618 Agnes Weeden, widow, 29 AprU. 
1618 Rafe Weeden, sene.^, 28 June. 

1618 John Weeden son of Rafe Weeden of Botly, deceas[ed], 28 August. 

1618 Alice wife of Thomas Weeden 1 1 October. 

1618 Richard Weeden of Ashly Greene, senex, 9 March [1618/19]. 



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1618 Marie Gosbell, serv[an]t to James Weeden [of] Botly, 12 Maxch 
[1618/19]. 

1620 Elizabeth daughter of Timothie Weeden 28 April. 

1621 A child of Timothie Weeden 3 April. 

1621 Thomas son of William Weeden, gent[leraan], 20 April. 

1622 Sara Weeden, at Thomas Tredweys, 10 June. 

1622 Haniell son of Thomas Weeden 21 January [1622/3]. 

1622 Timothie son of Timothie Weeden 14 February [1622/3]. 

1623 Daniell Weedon, turner, 15 December. 

1623 Will[ia]m son of Richard Weedon 15 January [1623/4]. 

1623 Richard Weedon, senex, 15 March [1623/4]. 

1624 Mr. Thomas Weeden 23 September. 

1624 Alice Weedon, widow vetula, 18 December. 

1625 Stephen Weedon 19 March [1625/6]. 

1627 Francis daughter of Richard Weedon 7 October. 

1628 Child of James Weedon 2 March [1628/9]. 

1629 Wife of James Weedon 15 January [1629/30]. 
1631 John Weedon 28 July. 

1631 Ellin daughter to Mr. Daniell Weedon 27 October. 

1631 Joane Weedon, widow, 25 November. 

1631 Thomas Weedon 4 March [1631/2]. 

1633 Elizab[eth] daughter of Mr. Daniell Weedon 11 May. 

1634 Lydia Weedo[n] child of Richard Weedo[n] 10 August. 
1636 Willia[m] Weedo[n], gent[leman], 10 July. 

1636 Jane Weedon, widow, 11 December. 

1636 Elizabeth wife of Richard Weedon 8 February [1636/7]. 

1638 Elizabeth Weedon 30 May. 

1638 Margaret wife of Timothie Weedon 10 March [1638/9]. 

From Chancery Proceedings* 

To the most reverend Father in God, the Archbishop of Canterbury, 
Primate and ChanceUor of England. 

Robert Weden of Chesham, co. Bucks, complainant, v. Agnes, late the 
wife and executrix of William Atkyn.f 

The complainant shews that John Spencer and Agnes, liis wife, were 
seised in fee, as in the right of the same Agnes, of and in all those lands and 
tenements in Botteley in co. Bucks which sometime belonged to Herry Dene, 
father of the said Agnes, whose heir she is. And being so seised, the said 
John Spencer and Agnes bargained and sold the reversion of the said lands 
and all the e\'idences concerning the same to the complainant for a certain 
sum of money, to be paid on certain days agreed between them, the same 
reversion to be had by the complainant and his heirs immediately after 
the decease of the said Jcihn and Agnes. And thereupon the same John 
and Agnes have levied a fine of the premises to the use of the complainant 
and his heirs. But so it is that many and divers evidences concerning the 
said lands and tenements rest in the keeping of one Agnes, late the wife and 
executrix of one William Atkjm, to whom the complainant has often made 
request to deliver the s:ud evidences, which she utterly refuses to do, against 
aU good reason and conscience. The complainant docs not know with cer- 
tainty the number and contents of these e\'idences, in which case he has no 
remedy by the course of the common law. He prays that a writ of subpoena 
may be directed to the said Agnes Atkyn, commanding her to apjjear before 
the King in his Chancery at a certain date, and under a certain penalty. 

Pledges for prosecuting: WiUiam Edy of Penley, co. Herts, gentleman, 

*Prt«erved in the Public Record Office, London. 

tThla case falls in the period IISG to 1493 and 1504 to 1515. 



126 Genealogical Research in England [April 

John Wedon of Chesham, co. Bucks, yeoman. (Early Chancery Proceedings, 
Bundle 179, no. 13.) [No answer.] 

The Weedcn or Wcedon family in Buckinghamshire undoubtedly 
derived its name from the hamlet of Weeden in the parish of Hard- 
wick, about fifteen miles northwest of Chesham. The family is found 
at Chesham as early as 1333, when King Edward III accepted fealty 
of Thomas de Wedon, son and heir of Thomas de Wedon, for lands 
and tenements in Chesham. In 19 Edward III [1345-6] Ralph 
de Wedon recovered seisin of the manor of Chesham from John 
Cifrewast and others. (Cf. Lipscomb's History of Buckingham, 
page 263.) From that time until 1538, when the parish registers of 
Chesham begin, there were many Weedons in this parish, but the 
lack of wills makes it impossible to determine their relationship to 
one another. From the records given in the preceding pages, how- 
ever, and from New England sources the following pedigree has 
been prepared. 

1. Weeden, perhaps the Robert Weden of the Chancery 

suit given above or a brother of this Robert, was probably father of 
the four men whose names are given below, who were probably 
brothers, as the recurrence of the names James, Richard, Christopher, 
Elizabeth, and Christian in their families seems to indicate: 

i. Richard, of Chesham, the testator of 1548/9, b. probably about 

1505; d. before 27 Jan. 1558/9; m. Agnes , who survived 

him and proved his will 27 Jan. 1558/9. Children, living unm. 
6 Jan. 1548/9: 1. Elizabeth. 2. Christian. 

2. ii. James, of Botley in the parish of Chesham, b. probably at Chesham 

about 1510. 

3. iii. Thomas, of Pednor in the parish of Chesham, b. probably about 1512. 
iv. Robert, b. probably about 1515; bur. at Chesham 20 Feb. 1573/4; 

m. (1) at Chesham, 2 Nov. 1539, Alice Weedon, who was bur. at 

Chesham 17 Dec. 1539, dau. of Roger; m. (2) Elizabeth ■_ — , 

who was bur. at Chesham 3 June 1572. Children by second wife, 
bapt. at Chesham: 1. Stephen, bapt. 19 July 1542. 2. Christian, 
bapt. 12 Mar. 1548/9. 3. Elizabeth, bapt. 7 Nov. 1551. 

2. James Weeden ( ), of Botley in the parish of Chesham, co. 

Bucks, tilemaker, the testator of 1571/2, bom probably at 
Chesham about 1510, was buried there 12 Feb. 1571/2. He 

married first, probably about 1535, Elizabeth , who 

was buried at Chesham 27 July 1560; secondly, at Chesham. 
12 Oct. 1564, Isabel Winch; and thirdly Elizabeth — ■ — — •, 
who was living 8 Feb. 1571/2. 

The hamlet of Botley, where he lived, begins at the verge of 
the town of Chesham and straggles along the highroad to 
Hemel Hempsted for about two miles. 

Children by first wife: 
i. John, of Botley, tilemaker, the testator of 1589, b. probably about 

1536; bur. at Chesham 14 Oct. 1589; m. about 1561 Joan , 

who was bur. at Chesham 9 July 1.598. Children: 1. John, bapt. 

at Chesham 12 Sept. 1562. 2. Emnie, bapt. at Chesham 30 Sept. 

1564. 3. Jameji, b. probaljly about 1566; d. young. 4. Joyce, bapt. 

at Chesham IS Aug. 1568; m. there, 7 Jan. 1593/4, Thomas Hunte. 

5. Eleanor, bapt. at Chesham 7 Mar. 1573/4; m. at Tame, 27 Jan. 



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1593/4, Thomas Martin, 8. of Simon. 6. Thomas, bapt. at Chesham 

25 Mar. 1578. 
ii. Joyce, bapt. at Chesham 8 Jan. 1539/40; bur. there 21 July 1560. 
4. iii. Richard, bapt. at Chesham 13 Jan. 1541/2. 

iv. Ralph, of Botley, husbandm&n, the testator of 1618, b. probably 

about 1544; bur. at Chesham 28 June 1618; m. (1), probably about 

1567, Joan , who was bur. at Chesham 16 Nov. 1585; 

m. (2) at Chesham, 13 Feb. 1586/7, Alice Stanley, who was bur. 

at Chesham 18 Dec. 1624, dau. of John. Children b}' first wife: 

1. Elizabeth, bapt. at Chesham 28 Mar. 1568; m. Samuel Harding. 

2. Christian, bapt. at Chesham 7 Jan. 1570/1; m. Richard Haddocke. 

3. Joan, bapt. at Chesham 17 Jan. 1573/4; m. WiUiam Whitfielde. 

4. Jeremiah, bapt. at Chesham 13 Jan. 1576/7; bur. there 20 Jan. 
1576/7. 5. Martha, bapt. at Chesham 27 Apr. 1578; m. there, 

17 Dec. 1604, John Leech. 6. Sarah, h. probably about 1580; m. 
at Chesham, 17 Sept. 1612, Richard Cocke. 7. Dorothy, bapt. at 
Chesham 28 Aug. 1581; m. George Wilson. 8. Isaac, bapt. at 
Chesham 8 Nov. 1584; m. there, 28 Oct. 1612, Agnes Pratt. Children 
by second wife, bapt. at Chesham: 9. Mary, bapt. 25 Jan. 1589/90 
probably the Mane Weeden who m. at Chesham, 29 July 1618 
Walter Pratt. 10. Edward,* bapt. 27 Aug. 1592. 11. John,' bapt! 

18 May 1595; bur. at Chesham 28 Aug. 1618. 12. Priscilla,* bapt. 

22 July 1599; m. at Chesham, 25 Apr. 1631, Ralph Wigginton. 

V. Christian, b. probably about 1546; bur. at Chesham 2 Feb. 1610/11 
m. there, 29 Nov. 1567, Nicholas Johnson, bapt. at Chesham 
10 May 1543, bur. there 30 Oct. 1625, s. of WiUiam. Children^ 
bapt. at Chesham: 1. James, bapt. 29 Jan. 1569/70. 2. John, bapt. 
5 Apr. 1573; m. at Chesham, 28 Oct. 1600, Sybil Martin, sister of 
Thomas Martin of Chesham, miller. 3. Mary, bapt. 10 June 1576 
m. at Chesham, 7 Nov. 1605, Richard Dell, s. of Thomas of Chart- 
ridge. 4. Lydia, bapt. 25 Jan. 1578/9. 5. Christian, bapt. 11 Feb 
1581/2. 6. Joseph, bapt. 19 Mar. 1586/7; m. at Chesham, 30 Jan 
1610/11, Hester Edwards, f 

vi. Joan, bapt. at Chesham 28 Dec. 1548; bur. there 24 July 1560. 

vii. George, bapt. at Chesham 14 Jan. 1550/1. His father, in his will 
of 1571/2, devised to him three tofts called Smythes in Botley. 

viii. Elizabeth, b. probably about 1552; bur. at Chesham 22 July 1560. 

3. Thomas Weeden ( ), of Pednor in the parish of Chesham, 

CO. Bucks, gentleman, the testator of 1560/1, born probably 
about 1512, was buried at Chesham 21 Feb. 1560/1. He married 
Elizabeth , who was living 31 Jan. 1560/1. 

He was by far the most prosperous member of the Weeden 
family. Some of his descendants lived, for part of the time at 
least, in the neighboring parish of Great Missenden, a fact 
which accounts for the comparative incompleteness of the 
records regarding them herewith presented. 

Children: 
i. Richard, of Pednor, gentlemen, the testator of 1593, bapt. at Chesham 

23 Jan. 1538/9; bur. there 3 May 1593; m. Mary , who 

was living 30 Apr. 1593. Children: 1. William, b. probably about 

1561; m. FelLx . 2. John, b. probably about 1563; bur. at 

Chesham 6 Feb. 1569/70. 3. Robert, bapt. at Chesham 29 July 1565; 
bur. there 4 Apr. 1595. 4. Ame or Anne, bapt. at Chesham, 18 Jan. 
1567/8; m. there, 8 Aug. 1592, WiUiam Rowberd, s. of Robert. 

5. Thomas, of London, draper, bapt. at Chesham 26 Aug. 1571; 

♦Edward, John, and Priscilla are recorded aa the children of Ralph and Mary Weeden; but, 
as Ralph married Alice Stanley 13 Feb. I5S6/T, as the wife named in his will is Alice, as she was 
executrix of his will and proved it, and as her burial is recorded later, it is probable that Mary 
was written in the register by mistake for Alice. 

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d. in Sept. 1624.* 6. Susan, bapt. at Chesham 11 Jan. 1572/3. 

7. Josia^, bapt. at Chesham or Great Missenden 15 Jan. 1575/6. 

8. Mary, bapt. at Chesham 28 June 1579. 9. Daniel, bapt. at Ches- 
ham 20 Nov. 1580. 

ii. James, bur. at Chesham 7 Sept. 1551. 

iii. Elizabeth, hving unm. 31 Jan. 1560/1, when she was mentioned in 

her father's will, 
iv. Anne, bapt. at Chesham 4 Apr. 1549; living unm. 31 Jan. 1560/1, 

when she was mentioned in her father's will. 
V. Christopher, bapt. at Chesham 11 Apr. 1552; living 31 Jan. 1560/1, 

when he is mentioned in his father's will. 

4. RiCHAKD Weeden (James, ), of Botlcy in the parish of 

Chesham, co. Bucks, baptized at Chesham 13 Jan. 1541/2, 

was buried there 15 Mar. 1623/4. He married first, at Chesham, 

19 Jan. 1572/3, Joan Turner, who was buried there 11 May 

1576; and secondly, about 1576-7, Joan or Jane -, the 

testatrix of 1635, who, as Jane Weedon, widow, was buried at 

Chesham 11 Dec. 1636. 

His occupation is not mentioned in the records, but he is 

called Richai'd Weeden of Botley to distinguish him from other 

contemporary Richards. 
Children by second wife, baptized at Chesham : 

i. Jane, bapt. 21 Sept. 1577. 

ii. Hester, bapt. 24 July 1580; living 3 July 1G38, when administration 
on the estate of her sister Elizabeth was granted to her and her 
brother John; m. Dag-Nall. 

iii. Richard, bapt. 24 Mar. 1582/3; bur. at Chesham 4 Apr. 1583. 
5. vi. James, bapt. 30 July 1585. 

V. Thomas, bapt. 24 Sept. 1587; bur. at Chesham 19 Apr. 15SS. 

vi. Mary, bapt. 19 May 1589. 

vii. John, of Halton, co. Bucks, shoemaker, bapt. 15 Nov. 1590; living 
3 July 1638, when administration on the estate of his sister Elizaboth 
was granted to him and his sister Hester Dagnall. 

viii. Elizabeth, of Chesham, the testatrix of 1636/7, bapt. 24 Dec. 1592; 
d. unm.; bur. at Chesham 30 May 1638. She was sole legatee in the 
will of her mother in 1635, being full of infirmity and not able to 
provide for herself. She made her brother James e.xecutor of her 
will, but before her death he had removed to New England, so that 
the Court granted administration on her estate to her sister Hester 
DagnalJ and her brother John Weeden, for the use of the executor. 
Had it not been for her will, naming her brother James, her sister 
Ruth Stanley, and their children, it might not have been possible 
to prove which of the James Weedens born at Chesham was the 
emigrant to New England. 

Lx. Joseph, bapt. 13 Feb. 1596/7; bur. at Chesham 17 Mar. 1596/7. 

X. Ruth, bapt. 28 May 1600; m. at Chesham, 18 May 1624, John 
Stanley, bapt. there 6 Apr. 1602, s. of John and Joan. She, her 
husband, and their son John were mentioned in the will of her 
sister Elizabeth, dated 9 Jan. 1636/7. Children, bapt. at Chesham: 
1. John, bapt. 14 Apr. 1625; bur. at Chesham 5 June 1626. 2. Rulh, 
bapt. 16 Nov. 1626; bur. at Chesham 27 Nov. 1628. 3. John, bapt. 
21 Nov. 1629.t 

5. James Weeden {Richard, James, ), of Chesham, co. Bucks, 

and of Newport and Portsmouth, R. I., baptized at Chesham 
30 July 1585, died probably before 17 Dec. 1673, when his 

*He endowed an almshotise in Chesham for the maintenance of four poor godly people. Cf. 
Lipsoomb'0 Hiatory of Buclcingbani, p. 264. 

tFor John Stanley and his family see the printed Register of Cheaham. 



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second wife convej'ed land in Portsmouth. He married first, 
at Chcsham, 11 Sept. 1615, Phillip Cock, baptized at Chesham 
14 Jan. 1587/8, living in 1632, daughter of William and Joan 
of Belenden in the parish of Chesham;* and secondly, about 

1650, Rose ( ) (Grinnell) Paine, widow successively 

of Matthew Grinnell and Anthony Paine. She survived her 
third husband, and was living at Portsmouth 17 Dec. 1673, 
when she sold to Matthew Grinnell, her son, in consideration 
of £30 and maintenance for life, 53 acres of land in Portsmouth. 
James Weeden emigrated to New England in the ship Martin 
in the summer of 1638, as is proved by his testimony, dated in 
Boston 13 July 1638, that he had witnessed the will of Sylvester 
Baldwin, a fellow passenger and also a native of Buckingham- 
shire. In 1648 he was a juryman at a court of trials held at 
Newport, but by 1651 he had removed to Portsmouth, where 
on 16 May of that year he was chosen on a committee for the 
General Court next ensuing. On 2 June 1653 he was chosen 
juryman for the next General Court, and on 17 June 1654 
he was chosen, with four others, to make a rate. In 1655 he 
was on the list of freemen, and on 4 June 1655 and 4 Oct. 1656 
he was chosen juryman. On 31 Aug. 1657 he made an agree- 
ment with William Freborne regarding land, and on 10 Dec. 
following he had a grant of 8 acres. On 31 Mar. 1658 he sold 
to Daniel Grinnell 6 acres of land, but no further record of 
him has been found. f 

Children by first wife, baptized at Chesham: 
i. John, bapt. 15 Sept. 1616; living 9 Jan. 1636/7, when he was mentioned 

in the will of his aunt, Elizabeth AVeeden. 
ii. Dea. William, bapt. 30 May 1619; d. in 1676, before 29 Nov.; m» 

. He emigrated to New England with his father in 1638, 

and settled in Newport, R. I., where on 12 Oct. 1648 he was one 
of the members in full communion of the First Baptist Church. 
He was on the list of freemen in 1655, and was commissioner, 1659- 
1662, deputy, 1665, 1669, 1671, 1672, and 1674, and sergeant 1670- 
1672. Children: 1. James. 2. William. 3. Philip. 4. John. 5. 
Jeremiah. 6. Joseph. 7. Thrnnas. 8. Phebe. 9. Hannah.X 
iii. Alice, bapt. 26 Sept. 1621; perhaps the child of James Weedon who 

was bur. at Chesham 2 Mar. 1628/9. 
iv. Jame.-^, bapt. 10 Feb. 1624/5; d. unm. in 1702, leaving his property to 
his brother William's children and grandchildren. He emigrated 
to New England with his father in 1638 and settled in Newport. R. I. 
He was on the list of freemen in 1655, and was juryman in 1682. § 
v. Anna, b. about 1627; living 9 Jan. 1636/7, when she was mentioned 

in the will of her aunt, Elizabeth Weeden. 
vi. Martha, bapt. 1 June 1632; living 9 Jan. 1636/7, when she was 
mentioned in the will of her aunt, Elizabeth Weeden. 

(To be continued! 

•Cf. the printed Register of Chesliain. 

tCf. .Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, p. 414. 

There were two other James Wcedens contemporary with the emigrant to New England, James 
Bon of Richard and Joan of Aahley Green, baptiied 17 Oct. ISSo, and Jamea son of Robert and 
grandfion of Roger of Chftrtridge. Robert moved into Chipping Wycombe, CO. Bucita, and mentions 
his son James in his will of 1633. This James is also mentioned in the will of his uncle, Laiarus 
Weeden, in lol4. The identity of the emigrant is conclusively proved by the will of bis siater, 
ICliiabcth Weeden. dated 9 Jan. 163o 7 (Me rupra, p. 117). 

JFor Dea. Wilhara Weeden and his children and grandchildren see Austin's Genealogicnl 
Dictionary of Rhode Island, pp. 414, 41.T, 417. 

ICf. Austin, i^., p. 414. 



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RECORDS OF ST. JAMES'S CHURCH, DERBY, CONN., 

1740-1796 
Communicated by Donald Lines Jacobus, M.A., of Mount Carmel, Conn. 

The Church of England in Derby, Conn., was organized in 1737, 
but the church edifice was not completed until about 1746. It was 
known as Christ's Church until 1799, when the second edifice was 
consecrated with the name of St. James's Church.* 

Three missionaries of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel 
in Foreign Parts rapidly followed one another as rectors of Derby 
parish. The fourth, Richard Mansfield, served for seventy-one 
years and eight months. He was born at New Haven, Conn., on 
1 Oct. 1723, the eighth and youngest chile} of Dea. Jonathan and 
Sarah (Ailing) Mansfield. After being graduated at Yale College ' 
in 1741, he went over to the Church of England, and was ordained 
a priest by the Archbishop of Canterbury, 7 Aug. 1748. He married 
at Derby, 10 Oct. 1751, Anna HuO, daughter of Joseph and Sarah, 
by whom he had thirteen children. She died 20 Aug. 1776, aged 40. 
Mr. Mansfield received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from Yale 
College in 1792, the first Episcopalian to receive that honor. He 
died 12 Apr. 1820, aged 96.t 

Until 1755 Mr. Mansfield labored as a missionary in several towns 
in Connecticut, some of which were at a considerable distance from 
Derby. His record of baptisms in these towns, from 1748 to 1754, 
is of great value to the historian as well as to the genealogist, and a 
copy is given below. After 1755 his parish included only Derby and 
Oxford. The register of baptisms of this parish contains a few entries 
in 1740 and 1742, but the continuous record does not begin until 
1748, when Mr. Mansfield became rector. No record of marriages 
or of burials is extant for the period prior to 1800. 

The vital statistics of the town of Derby are printed in Orcutt's 
history of that town, pages 693 to 784. The original records are 
far from complete, and many entries are omitted in Orcutt's copy. 
The earUer portion of the baptismal register of the First Congrega- 
tional Society of Derby is printed in volume 1 of the Derby Town 
Records. The records of St. James's Church have heretofore never 
appeared in print. They are indispensable in any study of the Derby 
families, the ecclesiastical census taken by Rev. Elizur Goodrich 
in 1774 showing that nearly forty per cent of the inhabitants of 
Derby were at that time members of the AngUcan Church. \ 

The following copy of the register of baptisms was begun bj' 
Ethel Lord Scofield, of West Haven, Conn., and her work was verified 
and the copy was continued by Donald Lines Jacobus and Mrs. 
Ida W. L. Jacobus, the latter of whom has prepared it for publication. 
Rev. Mr. Mansfield was frequently careless and omitted not only 
the names of children but occasionally the names of parents. The 

♦Cf. Orcutt's History of Derby, pp. 148-156. 

tCf, Orcutt'e History of Derby, pp. 618-624; Shepard's The Episcopal Church, p. 100. 

tShepard's The Episcopal Church, p. 80. 



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contributor, so far as possible, has made good these deficiencies 
from other sources of information. All matter enclosed in brackets 
has been thus inserted by the contributor, and is not to be found 
in the original record. In making the copy the exact spelling of all 
names has been carefully followed, but this has not been done in 
the case of dates or of indifferent words or phrases, such as "son of," 
"daughter of," and the like. The copy is complete from 1740 through 
179G. 

Baptisms by R. Mansfield, Missionary 

Feb. 22, 1748/9 Ephraim, son of Mr. Thomas,* West Haven. 

Dec. 22, 1748 Mary, daughter of Mr. Blynn, New Haven. 

Feb. 18, 1748/9 Mary, Louis, and Nathan, children of Mr. Nathan 

Mansfield, New Haven. 

Feb. 18, 1749/50 Mary, daughterofCapt. WillmPunchard, at New Haven. 

At Middletown 

Apr. 8, 1750 Jeremiah Learning, an adult. 
Apr. 3, 1750 William, son of Jeremiah Wetmore. 

Apr. 3, 1750 Rowland, son to a Mr. Allen. 

Apr. 3, 1750 Josiah, son of Mr. Stone. 

Apr. 3, 1750 Elisabeth, daughter of Mr. Banks. 

Apr. 3, 1750 Ehsabeth, daughter of Mr. Miller. 

At Waterburj' • 

Feb. 11, 1748/9 Elihu, son of Leut. Lewis. 

Feb. II, 1749/50 Joseph, son of Richard Nichols. 

Nov. 20, 1748 Jobamah, son of Nathll Gun. 

Nov. 20, 1748 Tamah, daughter of Richard Nichols. 

Dec. 11, 1748 Price, son of George Nichols. 

Jan. 29, 1748/9 Thomas, son of Stephen Welton. 

Feb. 26, 1748/9 Asaph, son of James Brown, Junr. 

Apr. 16, 1749 Matthew, son of Joshua Tyrrel. 

May 28, 1749 Martin Molotts, Serv: to Captn. Heacocks. 

Sept. 17, 1749 Moses, son of Eliakim Welton. 

Sept. 17, 1749 Sarah, daughter of Ebenezer Judd. 

Sept. 17, 1749 Rhena, daughter of Obediah Warner. 

Oct. 8, 1749 Ozias, son of Josiah Warner. 

Nov. 5, 1749 Jemima, daughter of Ebenr Warner, 3. 

Nov. 6, 1749 Keziah, daughter of Moses Blakeslee, Northbury.f 

Nov. 6, 1749 Ephraim, son of John How, Northbury. 

June 25, 1749 Reumah, daughter of Caleb Thompson. 

June 25, 1749 Gideon, John, David, and Rachel, children of Ebenr 

Ailing. 

June 15, 1749 John, son of Daniel Russel. 

Feb. 11, 1749/50 Susanna, daughter of John Whalen. 

May 1, 1750 Richard, son of Isaac Castle, Northbury. 

Mav 1, 1750 Freelove, daughter of Abel Curtiss, Northbury. 

May 20, 1750 Allen, son of Thomas Welton, Waterbury. 

^ew Haven 

Apr. 10, 1751 Kiersted, son of Moses Mansfield. 

Apr. 10, 1751 Rebecca, daughter of Thomas Dodd. 

Apr. 10, 1751 Daniel, son of Daniel Russel, N. Haven. 

Nov. 17, 1751 Achilles, son of Nathan Mansfield. 

Nov. 17, 1751 Hannah, daughter of Gershom Brown. 

*Timothy Tluiniafl. 

tNorthbury p-irish in Waterbury, aflcrwurda the town of Plyniouth. 

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John Leek and Penelope, his wfe, John and Hannah, 

their children. 
Eunice, daughter of Isaac Doolittle. 
David, son of Joseph Ball. 
William, son of William Punchard. 
Samuel, son of Samuel Masters, Woodbury. 
Charles, son of Timothy Culver, Woodbury. 
Abigail, daughter of Samuel Pitcher. 
Keturah, daughter of Thomas Armstrong. 
Dorcas, Sert. Girl to Captn. Masters. 
Robert, son of Robert Lamman. 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Davis, Junr., and Ruth. 

, daughter of Benjn Kilboum, Litchfield. 

Leman, son of Mr. Stephen Stone. 
Daniel, son of Samuel Masters. 

Elizabeth, daughter of . 

Benjamin, son of Mr. Doolittle, Bethlehem. 
Elisabeth, daughter of Samll Masters. 
Elisabeth, daughter of John Masters, Woodbury. 
Comfort, daugiiter of Reuben Hurlbut. 

I James, son of James Griswold, 
Josiah, son of Josiah Smith, 
Mary, daughter of Adam McNeal, 
Marth, daughter of Thomas Lee, 
Asa, son of Samll Pitcher. 

John, son of , in Judea.* 

Isaac, son of Jonas Weed, Northbury. 
f John, son of Caleb Matthews, ] 

Daniel, son of Daniel Row, 
j Daniel, son of Mr. Lor>', 

Abigail, daughter of Mr. Warner, 
[ Phebe, daughter of Edward Neal, J 
r Joseph, son of Joseph Bishop, 
I Benjamin, son of J. Bishop, 
[ John and James, sons of Mr. Kokn, 
Abigail, daughter of Enos Apernatha, WaUingford. 
Joel, son of Samll Brockett, WaUingford. 
[^ Esther, daughter of Jonathan Blakeslee, 1 
Rufus, son of Matthew Blakeslee, 
Lemuel, son of Henry Walter, r New Haven 

Moses, son of Moses Mansfield, | 

, son of Isaac Doolittle, 



Litchfield. 



Cambridge.! 



Branford. 



Ephraim, son to Mr. Thomas, West Haven. 
Ruth, daughter of Tim'y Porter, Waterbury. 
Benjamin, son of Mr. Salters. 
Lydia, daughter of Nathan Hubbard. 
Esther, daughter of Daniel Scot. 
Setli, son of Ephraim Warner. 
Ebenezer, son of James Brown, Junr. 

, son of Ebenezer Judd. 

, daughter of William Silkrig, Waterbury. 



*Judea parish in Woodbury, afterwards 
fNew Cambridge parish in Farmingtn 
lomas Lowrey. 



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Catharine, daughter of John Davis, 

Hannah, daughter of Stephen Lee, 

John, son of William Emmonds, 
Oct. 10, 1750 { Hannah, daughter of Jeremiah Griswold, > Litchfield. 

Elisabeth, daughter of Thomas Lee, 

Peter, son of James Pennock, 

Abigail, daughter of Zebulon Bissels, 
f William, son of Caleb Hurlbutt. \ 
\ John, son of Thomas Matthews. / 

Oliver Lewis and Isaac, sons of Thos Armstrong. 
f Martha, daughter of Captn. Belden, "I ™- , tt 
\ Elisabeth, daughter of Daniel Thomas, ]^^^ Waven. 

Hannah, daughter of Caleb Thompson. 

(Lemuel, son of Jonathan Hill. 1 

Ephraim, son of Samll How. V 

Submit, daughter of Reuben Blakeslee. J 
Lydia, daughter of Mr. Scott. 
John, son of George Nichols. 

, daughter of Caleb Tompson. 

Anna, daughter of Joseph Brunson. 

, daughter of Oliver Welton. 

Abigail, daughter of Ebenr Allen, Northbury. 

■, son of Nathll Gunn. 

Abel, son of Abel Sutley.* 
Nathaniel, son of Joseph Brown. 
Phebe, daughter of Mr. Gordon. 
Abel, son of John \Vhalen. 

1752, at Waterbury 
Thomas, son of S. Welton. 
Mary, daughter of Elisha Kilbom, Litchfield. 
Aaron, son of Eliakim Welton. 
Annes, daughter of Ebenr Warner. 
Timothy, Servant Boy to Widow lines, Amity.t 
Lydia, daughter of Richd Nichols. 
Titus, son of Edward Neal. 
Homes, Servt. to Jonathan Prindle. 
Deliverance, daughter of Izak Curtis. 
Mary, daughter of Joseph Smith, and three more children, 

at Northbury. 
Ben, an adult. Servant to Captn. Heekocks. 
f Da%id, son of Ebenr Welton. 1 

I Hannah, daughter of James Brown. / 

, son of OUver Welton. 

At Wallingford, 1751 
( Phebe, daughter of Matthew Blakeslee. 
July 9, 1751 ] Bazaleel, son of Job Brocket. 

I Sarah Brocket, J: daughter of Eunice Johnson. 
[■ Sarah, daughter of Revd. Ichabod Camp. 
1750 \ Isaac, son of Abel Thompson. 
I ,§ son of Samll Brocket. 



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Waterbury and Northbury, 1753 
/ Benajah, son of Ebenr Judd. 1 

I Sarah, daughter of Daniel Brown. / 
♦Sutiiir. 

tAmity pariah in New Haven and Milford, afterwards the town of Woodbridge. 

tJob Brockett waa her reputed father, according to New Haven County Court records. 

JA second Jo«l, the first ha\'inff died. 



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Mar. 26, 1753 Thankful!, daughter of Simon Tattle. 
' Sebe, son of Caleb Thompson, 1 

Silas, son of Reuben Blakeslee, [ 

Mar. 27, 1753 • Eli, son of David Blakeslee, ' i Northbury. 

Abigail, daughter of Samll How, 
Mary, daughter of Cephas Ford, 
, Lucey, daughter of Moses Luddinton, J 
May 13, 1753 William, son of William Silkig [sic, ? SOkrigg]. 
July 2, 1753 { Barnabas, son of Ebenr Ford. | 
' I Smieon, son of Abel Castle. J 

T 1 Q 171^1 / Timothy, son of Timothy Porter. \ 
Juiy 6,Ui>6 \ Lucey, daughter of Timothy Porter. / 

[Register of Baptisms, St. James's Church, Derby] 

July 27, 1740 Shadrack, son of Ephraim and Persia GUlet. 

Aug. 21, 1740 James, son of Thomas and Rosanna William. 

Dec. 26, 1740 Dorcas, daughter of Anthony and Tabitha Wisebury. 

Dec. 26, 1740 Ellen, daughter of John Whelon. 

Aug. 15, 1742 Hannah Smith. 

Aug. 15, 1742 William Vesbond.* 

Aug. 15, 1742 Sarah Weshbend.* 

Aug. 15, 1742 Bethia Miles. 

Oct. 24, 1742 Thomas Williams. 

Oct. 24, 1742 James Wheland. 

Oct. 24, 1742 Sarah Crawford. 

Dec. 24, 1742 Hannah Hulls. 

Dec. 24, 1742 Thomas Bockison. 

Jan. 16, 1742 Hannah Tomlinson. 

May 19, 1748 Isaac, son of Isaac and Sarah Nichols. 

Nov. 27, 1748 Elizabeth, daughter of John Wooster. 

Dec. 4, 1748 Abraham, son of Mordecai Marks.f 

Dec. 4, 1748 Elizabeth, daughter of Ephraim Smith. 

Jan. — , 1749 Jerusha, daughter of Nathanael Wooster. 

Mar. 12, 1749 John, son of Joseph Davis. 

Mar. 12, 1749 EUzabeth, daughter of Thomas Osborne. 

Mar. 12, 1749 Sarah, daughter of Thomas Wooster, Jr. 

Apr. 30, 1749 Jared, son of Samuel Plumb. 

May 21, 1749 Mary, daughter of Joseph Twitchel. 

Sept. 24, 1749 William, son of William Clark. 

Oct. — , 1749 Abijah, son of Benjamin Ingraham. 

Dec. 10, 1749 Edward, son of Abel Gunn. 

Dec. 17, 1749 Ruth, daughter of Silvester Wooster. 

Feb. 25, 1750 Edward, son of Samuel Harger. 

Mar. 4, 1750 Patience, daughter of Henry Thomlinson. 

Apr. 13, 1750 Israel, son of Israel French. 

Apr. 15, 1750 Hope, son of Edward Washbond. 

Apr. 15, 1750 Leue, son of Ephraim Smith. 

May 27, 1750 Jabez, son of John Twitchel. 

May 27, 1750 Dorcas, daughter of Daniel Hawkins. 

July 1, 1750 Abigail, daughter of Caleb Thomlinson. 

July 22, 1750 Hannah, daughter of John Wooster. 

Oct. 14, 1750 Anna, daughter of Nathan Davis. 

Oct. 14, 1750 Anah, daughter of Daniel Shelton. 

•Washburn or Washbond. 

tMordecEii Marks was a Jewish merchant from London, Eng., who was converted and baptized 
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Oct. 14, 1750 Lucresia, daughter of Gideon Washbond. 

Oct. 28, 1750 Jonathon, son of Jonathon Parson.* 

Dec. 2, 1750 Ebenezer, son of Thomas Wooster, Jr. 

Dec. 2, 1750 Hannah, daughter of Israel Johnson. 

Dec. 25, 1750 Mary, daughter of James Humphreys. 

Dec. 25, 1750 Jonathon, son of Jonathon Lumm. 

Dec. 30, 1750 Joseph, son of Joseph Lumm. 

Jan. 27, 1751 Ephraim, son of Nathaniel Wooster. 

Feb. — , 1751 Sarah, daughter of Isaac Nichols. 

Apr. 5, 1751 Betty, daughter of Ephraim Harger. 

July 14, 1751 Richard, son of Richard Watrous. 

July 14, 1751 Henry, son of Ephraim Smith. 

Oct. • — , 1751 Joseph, son of Joseph Twitchel. 

Oct. 13, 1751 Dorcas, daughter of Rachel Wooster. 

Mar. 29, 1752 Charity, daughter of William Clark. 

Mar. 29, 1752 Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Harger. 

June 7, 1752 Elihu, son of Benjamin Bates. 

July 24, 1752 AbigaO, daughter of Joseph Chuse, an Indian. 

Aug. 2, 1752 Annah, daughter of Israel French. 

Aug. 16, 1752 Rachel, daughter of Joseph Davis. 

Aug. 30, 1752 Richard.! son of Richard Mansfield. 

Sept. 17, 1752 Sarah, daughter of John Howde. 

Oct. 22, 1752 Sarah, daughter of Andrew Smith. 

Oct. 29, 1752 John, son of John Wooster. 

Nov. 26, 1752 Henry, son of Henry Thomhnson. 

Dec. 10, 1752 EUzabeth, daughter of Thomas Wooster, Jr. 

Dec. 17, 1752 Mabel, daughter of Gideon Washbon. 

Jan. 28, 1753 James, son of James Humphreys. 

Apr. 8, 1763 Alice, daughter of Dan Davis. 

Apr. 15, 1753 Martha, daughter of Jonathan Pierson. 

May 6, 1753 Hannah, daughter of Benjamin Ingraham. 

May 27, 1753 Esther, daughter of Nathaniel Wooster. 

May 6, 1753 John, son of John Holbrook. 

May 27, 1753 Patience, daughter of David Wooster. 

June 24, 1753 William, son of Joseph Hull, Jr. 

June 24, 1753 Eleanor, daughter of Ephraim Smith. 

July 29, 1753 Caleb, son of Ebenezer Chatfield, Jr. 

Aug. 5, 1753 Naomi, daughter of Clement English. 

Oct. 7, 1753 Nathaniel Dyke, an adult. 

Jan. 14, 1754 Abel, son of Edward Washbond. 

Jan. 27, 1754 Enoch, son of Joseph Twitchel. 

Feb. 17, 1754 Adam, son of Jonathan Lumm. 

Mar. 3, 1754 Nathan, son of Nathan Davis. 

Mar. 24, 1754 Charity, daughter of Richard Watrous. 

Apr. 28, 1754 William Wihnot, an adult. 

May 26, 1754 Anna, daughter of Silvester Wooster. 

June 16, 1754 A daughter of Clement English. 

July 7, 1754 Sarah, daughter of Benjamin Bates. 

July 14, 1754 Reuben, son of Joseph Lumm. 

July 14, 1754 Patience, daughter of Samuel Harger. 

Aug. 4, 1754 Caleb, son of Caleb Perry. 

Aug. 4, 1754 Jeremiah, son of Joseph Smith, Jr. 

Oct. 13, 1754 A son of Arthur Wooster. 

Oct. 20, 1754 Ann, daughter of Elijah Smith. 

♦Variant spelling for "Pierson." ' 

f'born Aug. 23 old stile Sept. 3 new atUe and baptized Aug. 30 old stile Sept. H new stile." 



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Sept. 29, 1754 Elizabeth, daughter of Richard and Anna Manafield. 

Aug. , — , 1754 Hannah, wfe of Elnathan Smith. 

Aug. • — , 1754 Ely, Nathan, and Hannah, children of Elnath&n Smith. 

Nov. 17, 1754 Philo, son of Joseph Perry. 

Nov. 17, 1754 Ann, daughter. of Jolin Wooster. 

Dec. 8, 1754 Ruth, daughter of Clement English. 

Dec. 22, 1754 Sarah, daughter of Thomas Wooster, Jr. 

Feb. 2, 1755 Ama, daughter of David Wooster. 

Feb. 16, 1755 Lucy, daughter of Isaac Smith. 

Feb. 16, 1755 Abigail, daughter of John Holbrook. 

Mar. 9, 1755 Abigail, daughter of Ebenezer Chatfield, Jr. 

Mar. 30, 1755 Sarah, daughter of Samuel Washbond. 

Mar. 30, 1755 Eunice, daughter of Darius Lobdell. 

June 30, 1755 Avis, daughter of Mr. Christopher Newton. 

June 22, 1755 Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer Durand. 

July 5, 1755 Susanna, daughter of Richard Watrous. 

July 9, 1755 Samuel, son of James Humphreys. 

July 9, 1755 Eunice, daughter of Gideon Washbond. 

July 13, 1755 Abijah, son of William Perry. 

July 13, 1755 Abijah, son of Benjamin Ingraham. 

Aug. 10, 1755 Bille, son of Ephraim Smith. 

Sept. 24, 1755 Rebecca, daughter of Elnathan Chatfield. 

Sept. 28, 1755 John, son of Joseph Da\ns. 

Oct. 19,1755 William, son of William Clark. 

Oct. 19, 1755 Elizabeth, daughter of James Patterson. 

Jan. 25, 1756 Sarah, daughter of Adam Vorse. 

Apr. 4, 1756 Esther, daughter of Isaac Smith. 

Apr. 24, 1756 Bartholomew, son of Jonathon Pierson. 

May 2, 1756 Anna, daughter of Richard and Anna Mansfield. 

May 2, 1756 Cybile, daughter of Stephen Burrel. 

May 3, 1756 Ephraim, son of Ephraim Andruss. 

May 9, 1756 Ethel, son of Dan Davis. 

May 23, 1756 Sarah, daughter of Silas Baldwin. 

May 30, 1756 . A son of Joseph Smith, 3rd. 

May 30, 1756 Sarah, daughter of Israel Johnson. 

May 30, 1756 Kattern, daughter of Thomas Fling.* 

June 27, 1756 David, son of Joseph Twitchel. 

June 27, 1756 Rachel, daughter of Caleb Perry. 

June 28, 1756 Marget, daughter of Joseph Johnson. 

July 18, 1756 Jeremy, son of Nathaniel Silkreg. 

July 25, 1756 Clement, son of Clement English. 

Oct. 31, 1756 Caleb, son of Ebenezer Chatfield. 

Nov. 18, 1756 Ann, daughter of Ehhu Lewis of Milford. 

Nov. 18, 1756 John, son of Jnaus Immanuel Geni of Milford. 

Feb. 15, 1757 Ann, daughter of Henry Thomlinson. 

Feb. 15, 1757 Ehzabeth, daughter of Henry Thomlinson. 

Feb. 20, 1757 Philo, son of John Holbrook. 

Feb. 27, 1757 Agnes, daughter of Isaac Nicholls. 

Apr. 10, 1757 Sarah, daughter of Nathan Davis. 

Apr. 17, 1757 Joseph, son of Samuel Harger. 

May 1, 1757 Joel, son of Elnathan Chatfield. 

May 29, 1757 Isaac, son of Richard Watrous. 

June 19, 1757 William, son of Gideon Washbond. 

July 17, 1757 Joseph, son of Thomas Wooster, Jr. 

July 3, 1757 Abigail Brewster, daughter of Ale.xander Johnson. 

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7, 1757 Joseph, son of Ephraim Smith. 

1, 1757 Bowers, son of Israel French. 

0, 1757 Beeman, son of [Abraham] Hail. 
7, 1757 Bettee, daughter of Benjamin Bates. 

7, 1757 Abigail, daughter of Joseph Smith, 3rd. 

8, 1758 Elisha, son of Samuel Hail. 
6, 1758 Hannah, daughter of Ebenezer Durand. 

2, 1758 Samuel, son of Benjamin Ingraham. 

2, 1758 Charity, daughter of Isaac Smith. 

6, 1758 Zuriel, son of Silas Baldwin. 
-, 1758 Mary, daughter of Jonathan Parson. 

4, 1758 Ellis, daughter of Dan Davis. 
-, 1758 Sarah, daughter of Dan* Vose. 
-, 1758 A daughter of Clement EngUsh. 
-, 1758 A child of Joseph Smith, of O.-cford.t 
-, 1758 Daniel Wilmot, adult. 
-, 1758 A child of Mr. Abel Gunn. 
-, 1758 A son of Caleb Perry. 
i, 1758 Elijah, son of Elijah Smith. 

3, 1758 Archibald, son of David Pritchard. 

7, 1758 Sarah, J daughter of Richard Mansfield. 
7, 1758 Bettee, daughter of James Humphries. 

1, 1758 James, son of Phihp Davis. 
1, 1758 Archibald, son of Ehezer Lewis. 

1, 1758 Eli, son of Samuel Washbond. 

5, 1758 Anah, daughter of John Wooster. 
3, 1758 Nathaniel, son of John Holbrook. 
-, 1758 Levi, son of widow Abigail § Chatfield. 

2, 1759 Charles, son of Benjamin Bunnel. 
1, 1759 Ruth, daughter of Silvester Wooster. 
1, 1759 Sibilah, daughter of Stephen Burrel. 
5, 1759 Thomas, son of Thomas Wooster, Jr. 
i, 1759 Anna, daughter of Ebenezer Chatfield, Jr. 

3, 1759 Olive, daughter of Annise Carpenter. 
5, 1759 David, son of Jery Blake. 
3, 1759 Merchant, son of Abraham Wooster. 
3, 1759 Anastis, daughter of Thomas Fling. 
5, 1759 Samuel, son of Abraham Basset, 0.ic.|| 

9, 1759 A child of Thomas Silbe. 
3, 1759 Esther, daughter of [Japhet] Benham, at Ox. 
i, 1759 Machrina, daughter of Jared Buckingham. 

1759 A child of Abel Gunn. 

J, 1759 Andrew, son of Richard Watrous. 

-, 1759 Joseph, son of Joseph Johnson. 

1, 1759 Zepheniah, son of Daniel Tucker. 
3, 1760 Daniel Warden, adult, at 0.x. 
3, 1760 Sarah, daughter of Daniel Warden. 
3, 1760 Elizabeth and Mary, daughters of Joseph Twitchel. 
3, 1760 Phena, daughter of Timothy Warner. 

2, 1760 Sarah, daughter of Stephen Pierson. 

3, 1760 Sama Lord Moss, son of Jonas Thomlinson. 
i, 1760 A daughter of Benjamin Ingraham. 

•Error (or Adam. 

tOiford parish in Derby, later the town of OiforJ. 

fborn Aug. 9, 175S." 

SWidow of Levi Chatfield, who died 15 Oct. 1758. ased 19 years, 3 moDtha. 

i!"Chi'* is Mr. Manafield'a usual abbreviation for Oxford. 



138 Records of St. James's Church, Derby, Conn. [April 

John Da%as, son of Elijah Smith. 

Experience, daughter of Adam Verse. 

Mary, daughter of Da\'id Wooster. 

Ephraim, son of Joseph Smith, Ox. 

Lemuel, son of Moses Wooster. 

Nathan, son of Arthur Wooster. 

Henrietta,! daughter of Richard and Anna Mansfield. 

Esther, daughter of John Holbrook. 

Booth, son of Mr. [Peter] Castle, Roxbury. 

Stephen, son of Stephen Burrel. 

Anna, daughter of Thomas Wooster, Ox. 

Ruth, daughter of John Wooster. 

Betty, daughter of Jeremiah Blake. 

Sarah, daughter of Eliezer Lewis. 

Sarah, daughter of Gideon Washbond. ' 

Sarah, daughter of Alexander Johnson. 

John, son of James Humphris. 

Lucy, daughter of Jsaac Bostwick. 

John, son of John Bartis. 

Susanna, daughter of Nathan Mansfield, N. Haven. 

Rachel, daughter of William Moss. 

Edward, son of Edward Wooster. 

Ezra, son of Joseph Smith, Ox. 

Samuel, son of Eliada Pettet.f 

A son of Clement English. 

Edward, son of Edward Riggs. 

Joseph, § son of Richard and Anna Mansfield. 

Lemuel, son of Ebenezer Chatfield, Jr. 

Hulda, daughter of Thomas Fling. 

Joseph, son of Thomas Wooster, Ox. 

John, son of John Wooster. 

Ann, daughter of Samuel Harger. 

Agnes, daughter of Joseph Nettleton. 

John, son of Zackeriah Marks. 

William, son of Richard Mansfield. 

Hannah, daughter of Christopher Smith. 

A child at Oxford. 

Eunis, daughter of Joseph Derrimore. 

Samuel, son of John Bartis. 

Benjamin, son of Benjamin Carpenter. 

Catherine, daughter of Mr. Kennedy, Southbury. 

Jonathon Miles, son of Abraham Basset. 

Edward, son of William Moss. 

A son of Elijah Smith. 

Billy, son of Adam Vorse. 

A son of Edward Riggs. 

Joseph, son of Joseph Smith, Ox. 

Reuben, son of Jeremiah Blague. 

Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer Chatfield, Jr. 

Esther, daughter of Samuel Hawkins. 

William, son of WiUiam Burret. 

Sarah, daughter of Ehphalet Humphreville. 



the original entry, but is unquestionably intended for 



Apr. 


6, 1760 




— , 1760 


May 


4, 1760 


July 


27, 1760 


Apr.' 


■ 10, 1760 


Aug. 


18, 1760 


Nov. 


16, 1760 


Nov. 


23, 1760 


Feb. 


1, 1761 


Feb. 


22, 1761 


Mar. 


20, 1761 


Mar. 


20, 1761 


Mar. 


22, 1761 


Mar. 


15, 1761 


Mar. 


15, 1761 


Apr. 


26, 1761 


June 


7, 1761 




— , 1761 


Sept. 


6, 1761 


Oct. 


18, 1761 


Nov. 


29, 1761 


Dec. 


20, 1761 


Feb. 


14, 1762 


Feb. 


21, 1762 


Feb. 


24, 1762 


Mar. 


7, 1762 


Mar. 


13, 1762 


Apr. 


11, 1762 


Apr. 


18, 1762 


June 


26, 1763 


July 


3, 1763 


July 


10, 1763 


Dec. 


— , 1763 


Nov. 


— , 1763 


Jan. 


12, 1764 


Feb. 


19, 1764 ] 




— , 1764 


Feb. 


26, 1764 


Feb. 


26, 1764 ! 


Mar. 


18, 1764 ] 


Mar. 


18, 1764 ( 


Apr. 


1, 1764 


May 


6, 1764 ] 


May 


27, 1764 


June 


3, 1764 1 


July 


1, 1764 J 


July 


1, 1764 


Aug. 


19, 1764 1 


Aug. 


21, 1764 ] 


Sept. 


2, 1764 ] 


Oct. 


28, 1764 1 


Dec. 


16, 1764 £ 


♦Error for Aug. 


fborn Oct. 3." 


JThi 


B name looke lik< 


'•Pettit.' 




5"bo 


,rn Feb. 24." 



1922] Records of St. James's Church, Derby, Conn. 139 

Dec. 25, 1764 Phebe, daughter of Henry and Mary Wooster. 

A child of Rachel Bristol. 

Feb. 24, 1765 Anna, daughter of Samuel Wooster, Jr. 

Mar. 17, 1765 Abigail, daughter of John Holbrook. 

Apr. 14, 1765 William, son of Sheldon Mark. 

Apr. 14, 1765 Eunice, daughter of Stephen Burrel. 

June 23, 1765 Cybile, daughter of John Gibbons. 

— , 1765 Enoch, son of Henry Wooster. 

July 7, 1765 Richd, son of Isaac Bostwick. 

July 28, 1765 Anna, daughter of Eliezer Lewis. 

Aug. 11, 1765 Polly, daughter of Mr. [Elnathan] Lake. 

Aug. 11, 1765 Sarah, [daughter of Japhet] Bennura. 

Aug. 11, 1765 Jemima, daughter of Thomas Fling. 

Aug. 25, 1765 David, son of Clement English. 

Sept. 15, 1765 Stephen,* son of Richard and Anna Mansfield. 

Sept. 29, 1765 Ebenezer, son of Moses Wooster. 

Oct. 6, 1765 David, son of Samuel Hull, Derby Neck. 

Oct. 27, 1765 Elizabeth, daughter of John Washbond. 

Nov. 24, 1765 Robert, son of Samuel Hawkins, Ox. 

Dec. 8, 1765 Hannah, daughter of Elias Perkins. 

Jan. 19, 1766 Eunice, daughter of Azariah Pritchard. 

Feb. 9, 1766 Sarah, daughter of S[amuel] Beach. 

Mar. 6, 1766 Mary, daughter of WiUiam Charles. 

Mar. 16, 1766 Olive, daughter of John Trumble. 

Mar. 19, 1766 Reuben Judd, son of Edward Wooster. 

Mar. 19, 1766 A child of Mr. Wooden. 

Mar. 19, 1766 Charles, son of Israel French. 

May 19, 1766 Eliezer, son of Thomas Wooster. 

May 25, 1766 Timothy, son of Alexander Johnson. 

June 29, 1766 Sarah, daughter of Susannat Watrous. 

Aug. 11, 1766 Joseph, son of Jeremiah Cain. 

Sept. 21, 1766 Nabbie, daughter of Eliphalet Humphreville. 

Sept. 28, 1766 William, son of OUver Curtis. 

5, 1766 5 children at New Concord [N. Y.]. 

12, 1766 3 children at Great Barrington [Mass.]. 

15, 1766 Rebecca, daughter of widow Susanna Marble, Sheffield. 

15, 1766 Adom"jah, son of Simeon Bell, Sheffield. 

15, 1766 Moses, son of Joanna Westover, Sheffield. 

— , 1766 Rhoda and Persis, daughters of Zechariah Spalden, 
Sheffield. 

Oct. 15, 1766 David, son of David Westover, Sheffield. 

Oct. 15, 1766 Louisa, daughter of Joseph Marsh, Sheffield. 

Oct. 27, 1766 Stephen Sherman, adult. 

Oct. 27, 1766 Ann Sherman, adult. 

Nov. 2, 1766 William, son of WiUiam Moss. 
A daughter of Joseph Twitchel. 

Nov. 30, 1766 • [H]ulda, daughter of Abraham Wooster. 

Mary, daughter of Claudius Bartholomew. 

Jan. 12, 1767 [SJarah, daughter of John Bartiss. 

Feb. 8, 1767 Asten, son of John Holbrook. 

Ten children at Roxbury and Woodbury. 

Mar. 15, 1767 Abraham, son of Abraham Harger. 

Mar. 29, 1767 [A]ndrew, son of Ebenr Durand. 

Mar. 29, 1767 [ ], daughter of Sheldon Clark. 

*"born Sept. 12." 
tWidow of Richard. 



140 



Records of St. James's Church, Derby, Conn. 



(April 



[Sa]rah, daughter of William Ward, N. Haven. 

[D]avid, son of D[avidl Dforest. 

[Ab]agail, daughter of Henry Wooster. 

[Ejunice, daughter of Philip Davis. 

Elisabeth, daughter of John Synister. 

Andrew, son of Jonas Moses. 

William, son of John Trumble. 

[Sa]rah, daughter of Bernard Lintot. 

[Abrajham Marks, son of Ebenezer Prindle. 

Da\'id, son of Edward Wooster. 

Reuben, son of Elnathan Lake. 

Samuel, son of Stephen Burrel. 

Henrietta, daughter of Mr. Bradford. 

Catherine, daughter of Adam Vorse. 

Isaac, son of Abel Wooster. 

David, son of Caleb Perry. 

Andrew, son of Charles Grifiin. 

Nathaniel, son of Samuel Wooster. 

Naomi, daughter of Samuel Harger. 

Jerusha Wooster, daughter of Shadrack Gillet. 

Charity, daughter of Ann Davis. 

Nathan, son of Henry Wooster, of Woodbury. 

Mary, daughter of Joseph Holbrook. 

Abraham, son of Clement English. 

A child of Thomas Knowles. 

A child of Thomas Knowles. 

Ama, daughter of Joseph Tuttle. 

Enos Gurm, son of Josiah Nettleton. ' 

Richard, son of Mr. [David] De Forest. 

Jonathon, son of Richard and Anna Manfield. 

Katherine, daughter of Adam Vorse. 

Nathan, son of Eliezer Lewis. 

Hannah, daughter of Joseph Smith. 

Sally, daughter of Samuel ThomlLnson, Jr. 

Joshua, son of Samuel Plumb. 

Abel Gunn, son of Edward Smith. 

John Hawkins, son of Elias Perkins. 

William, son of Joseph Davis. 

Joseph, Lucy, and another, children of Enos PrindU. 

Charity, daughter of Oliver Curtis. 

A son of John Stephens. 

Jonas, son of Samuel Hawkins. 

A son of Hudson Blackleach, Ripton.* 

A daughter of Mr. French. 

Lois, daughter of Thomas Wooster, Jr. 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel Hull. 

Anna, daughter of Abraham Basset. 

Isaac, son of Jeremiah Blague. 

Esther, daughter of Frank, an Indian. 

Azariah, son of Azariah Pritchard. 

Hannah, daughter of Isaac Smith. 

Israel, son of Asher Bristol. 

Ann, daughter of John Holbrook. 

Josiah, son of Josiah Washbond. 

*Ripton pariah ia Stratford, afterwarda the town of Huatin^^too. 
fError for 1769. 



Apr. 


1, 1767 


Apr. 


17, 1767 


Apr. 


8, 1767 


Apr. 


19, 1767 


Apr. 


19, 1767 


Apr. 


19, 1767 


May 


10, 1767 


Apr. 


— , 1767 


May 


31, 1767 


May 


31, 1767 


June 


14, 1767 


June 


28, 1767 


June 


28, 1767 


July 


5, 1767 


July 


9, 1767 


July 


12, 1767 


July 


12, 1767 


Aug. 


2, 1767 


Aug. 


8, 1767 


Sept. 


6, 1767 


Sept. 


27, 1767 


Oct. 


4, 1767 


Oct. 


4, 1767 


Nov. 


1, 1767 


Oct. 


25, 1767 


Oct. 


25, 1767 


Nov. 


5, 1767 




— , 1767 


Jan. 


10, 176S 


Jan. 


21, 1768 


Sunday, 


Jan. 


31, 1768 


Jan. 


31, 1768 


Feb. 


7, 1768 


Feb. 


21, 1768 


Mar. 


13, 1768 


Apr. 


17, 1768 


May 


1, 1768 


May 


20, 1768 


June 


— , 1768 


June 


— , 1768 


June 


26, 1768 


July 


17, 1768 


July 


— , 1768 


Aug. 


14, 1768 


Sept. 


6, 1767 


Sept. 


13, 1767 


Sept. 


11, 1768 


Sept. 


11, 1768 


Nov. 


6, 1768 


Jan. 


8, 1768t 


Jan. 


15, 1769 


Jan. 


26, 1769 


Jan. 


29, 1769 



1922] Records of St. James's Church, Derby, Conn. 141 

Hannah, daughter of Nathaniel Gunn, Jr. 

Elizabeth Anna, daughter of Elizabeth Barry. 

Jared, son of Claudius Bartholomew. 

Eunice, daughter of Samuel Hull. 

Hepthsy, daughter of David De Forest. 

Benoni, son of Jonathon Miles. 

Benjamin, son of Benjamin Harger. 

Hannah, daughter of Sheldon Clark. 

Samuel, son of John Trumble. 

Naomi, daughter of Samuel Beach. 

Anna, daughter of Mr. Bradford. 

Abijah, son of John Wooster. 

A daughter of Christopher Smith. 

Agnes, daughter of Henry Wooster. 

Mitte, daughter of Adam Vorse. 

Philo, son of Philo* Harger. 

Jonathon, son of Richard and Anna Mansfield. 

Josiah, son of Abel Wooster. 

John, son of Yelverton Perry. 

Betsey, daughter of Samuel Thoralinson. 

Martha, daughter of Abraham Harger. 

Mary, daughter of Shadrack Gillet. 

Ruth, daughter of Ale.xander Johnson. 

Truman, son of Joseph Smith, Ox. 

Reuben, Eliezer, Lydia, and Damaris, children of Zadoc 

Hawkins. 
Francis, son of Frank, an Indian. 
David, son of Samuel Plumb, Jr. 
Taphenes, daughter of Samuel Hull, Derby Neck. 
Mary, daughter of John Bartis. 
Samuel, son of Samuel Hawkins. 
Samuel, son of Samuel Oatman. 
Wilham, son of Ohver Curtis. 
Joseph, son of Joseph Derrimore. 
Isaac, son of David De Forest. 
A child of Mr. Tuttle. 
A child of Mr. Moody, of Woodbury. 
A child of Mr. Backus. 
Gaylord, son of John Trumble. 
Beadle, son of Edward Smith. 
Joseph, son of Ebenr Pringle. 
Rhoda, daughter of William Moss. 
Hannah, daughter of George Gorham. 
Tryphene, daughter of Elias Perkins. 
John, son of John Lumm. 
A son of Joseph Thomlinson, Jr. 
Daxid, son of Elnathan Lake. 

Thomas Humphreville, son to a Mr. Thomas, of Bethany. f 
Lois, daughter of Enos Prindle. 
Simeon, son of Mr. Bradford. 
Isaac, son of Isaac Nichols. 
Amos, son of Silvester Wooster. 
Lucy, daughter of Samuel and Abigail Hull. 

an error here. Moses Thomas of Rolhany married Esther, daughter of 
Family records show that their son I'liiJu was born 10 Sept. 1770, and it 
would t««m that this was the child whose baptism is recorded above. 





— 1769 




— 1769 


Mar. 


12, 1769 


Mar. 


12, 1769 


Mar. 


12, 1769 


Mar. 


26, 1769 


Mar. 


26, 1769 


Apr. 


9, 1769 


Apr. 


9, 1769 


Apr. 


23, 1769 


Apr. 


30, 1769 


June 


4, 1769 


July 


4, 1769 


Sept. 


10, 1769 


Oct. 


8, 1769 


Nov. 


6, 1769 


Nov. 


12, 1769 


Oct. 


16, 1769 


Dec. 


3, 1769 


Jan. 


14, 1770 


Feb. 


11, 1770 


Feb. 


18, 1770 


Apr. 


8, 1770 


May 


6, 1770 


Apr. 


26, 1770 


May 


13, 1770 


May 


20, 1770 


Apr. 


8, 1770 


Apr. 


8, 1770 


Apr. 


13, 1770 


May 


6, 1770 


June 


3, 1770 


June 


3, 1770 


June 


3, 1770 


July 


— , 1770 


July 


— 1770 


July 


— , 1770 


July 


8, 1770 


July 


15, 1770 


July 


15, 1770 


July 


15, 1770 


July 


15, 1770 


July 


15, 1770 


Aug. 


12, 1770 


Aug. 


19, 1770 


Sept. 


30, 1770 


Sept. 


30, 1770 


Dec. 


8, 1770 


Dec. 


9, 1770 


Dec. 


23, 1770 


Dec. 


23, 1770 


Dec. 


30, 1770 


•Error for Samuel. 


tTh( 


are ia probably 


Thomas 


; Humphreville. 



142 Records of St. James's Church, Derby, Conn. [April 

Sarah, daughter of Benjamin Harger. 

Sarah, daughter of Elnathan Chatfield. 

EHzabeth, daughter of widow [Ruth*] Bunnel, Ox. 

EUzabeth, daughter of Moses Wright. 

Clarissa, daughter of Eleazer Lewis. 

A daughter of Samuel Wooster, Ox. 

A son of Edward Wooster. 

Lucy Webber, adult. 

Betty Anna, daughter of Gideon Thomlinson. 

Anna Betsy, daughter of Thomas Clinton. 

Isaac, son of Joseph Short. 

David, son of Shadrack and Mary Gillet. 

Anna, daughter of Alexander Wibnot. 

Sarah, daughter of Joseph Holbrook. 

David, son of Joseph ThomUnson, Jr. 

David, son of Theophilus Miles. ' 

Grace, daughter of Isaac Smith. 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel Beach. 

Clara, daughter of Jabez Twitchel. 

Thomas, son of Adam Vorse. 

Sarah, daughter of Joseph Davis. 

Sarah, daughter of Jonathon Miles, Jr. 

Betty, daughter of William Charles. 

Lucretia,t daughter of Richard and Anna Mansfield. 

Cynthia, daughter of Mr. Bradford. 

David, son of David Fabrick. 

Hannah, daughter of Edward Harger. 

Eliza Ann, daughter of Nehemiah Marks. 

Hannah, daughter of Alexander Johnson. 

Mordecai, son of Ebenr Prindle. 

Eunice, daughter of David D Forest. 

Anna, daughter of Noah Durand. 

Sheldon, son of Sheldon Clark. 

Joseph, son of Benjamin Davis. 

Ralp, son of Azariah Pritchard. 

Mark English, adult. 

Daughter of John and Susanna Davis. 

Sarah, daughter of widow HannahJ Smith. 

Freegift, son of Charles Grifiin. 

A daughter of Mr. Murray. 

Bettee, daughter of Enos Prindle, Jr. 

A son of Mr. [Samuel] Oatman, Ox. 

A son of Ebenr Osborn. 

A son of Mr. Dewit, of Milford. 

Two female daughters of Isaac Stone. 

Charity, daughter of John Bartiss. 

Caleb, son of Samuel Thomlinson. 

Jonathon Lyman, son of Isaac Nichols. 

Sarah, daughter of Samuel Hull, of the Neck. 

John, son of Woolcot, Ox. 

Nabbe, daughter of SamU Hull, Jr. 
William, son of Thaddeus Hi d p. 
Ned Allen, son of Elias Perkins. 
Joseph, son of Samuel Plumb, Jr. 



Mar 


17, 1771 


Apr. 


7, 1771 


Apr. 


14, 1771 


Apr. 


21, 1771 


Apr. 


28, 1771 


June 


30, 1771 


June 


30, 1771 


June 


30, 1771 




— 1771 


July 


21, 1771 


Aug. 


4, 1771 


Aug. 


20, 1771 


Aug. 


21, 1771 


Aug. 


21, 1771 


Aug. 


31, 1771 


Sept. 


15, 1771 


Sept. 


15, 1771 


Sept. 


15, 1771 


Sept. 


15, 1771 


Sept. 


29, 1771 


Oct. 


6, 1771 


Nov. 


8, 1771 


Jan. 


5, 1772 


Feb. 


2, 1772 


Feb. 


2, 1772 


Feb. 


2, 1772 


Feb. 


16, 1772 


May 


3, 1772 


Apr. 


19, 1772 


May 


3, 1772 


May 


3, 1772 


May 


3, 1772 


May 


17, 1772 


May 


17, 1772 


May 


17, 1772 


May 


— , 1772 


Apr. 


— , 1772 


May 


31, 1772 


June 


21, 1772 


June 


23, 1772 


July 


12, 1772 


July 


19, 1772 




— , 1772 


Aug. 


3, 1772 


Sept. 


4, 1772 


Sept. 


13, 1772 


Sept. 


13, 1772 


Sept. 


20, 1772 


Sept. 


27, 1772 


Oct. 


4, 1772 


Oct. 


12, 1772 


Oct. 


12, 1772 


Oct. 


18, 1772 


Oct. 


25, 1772 


•Wic 


ow of Benjami 


fbo 


rn Jan. 12." 


jWidow of Edward. 



1922] Records of St. James's Church, Derby, Conn. 143 

Roenna, daughter of Daniel Dayis. 

Sarali, daughter of Samuel Hawkins, Ox. 

Isaac, son of Eleazar Lewis. 

Frederic, son of George Gorham. 

A eon of Zadoc Hawkins. 

Hannah, daughter of Theophilus Miles. 

Ruth, daughter of Jared Plumb. 

Jouathon, son of Sarah Andruss. 

A daughter of Capt. John Holbrook. 

Ruth, daughter of Asher Bristol. 

Mary, daughter of Alexander Wilmot. 

A daughter of Noah Durand, Jr. 

Thomas Wilson, son of Thomas Fling. 

Milton, son of Samuel Wooster. 

Beda, daughter of Nathanll Gunn, Ox. 

Mara, daughter of Jeremiah Cain. 

Josiah, son of Ebenr Prindle. 

Two children of Claudius Bartholomew. 

A child of Moses Wright. 

Anson, son of Capt. Jeremiah Gillet. 

Peter, son of Joseph Short. 

Amelia, daughter of Mr. Turner. 

Child of Daniel Wihnot. 

Billie Mark, son of Henry Thocalinson, Jr. 

A child of Henry Wooster. 

A child of Gideon Thomlinson. 

Mary, wife of Joseph Homstead [sic]. 

David, son of Joseph Omstead [sic]. 

A child of Josiah Washbond. 

Hannah, daughter of John Howd. 

Isaac, son of Peletiah Beard. 

A child of Enos Prindle. 

Abel, son of John Church. 

Lois, daughter of Edward Riggs. 

John Kneeling, son of Joseph Murray. 

Amelia, daughter of Joseph Thomlinson. 

Taphenes, daughter of Samuel Thomlinson. 

Lucy, daughter of Joseph Hawkins. 

Betsy, daughter of David Allen. 

Elijah, son of Alexander Johnson. 

Lucey, daughter of Thomas Wooster. 

John, son of Edward Wooster. 

Elisha, son of [Samuel] Oatman.^ ■" 

Sarah, daughter of Benjamin Davis. 

Mary Louisa, daughter of Richard and Anna^Mansfield. 

The wife of Enoch Twitchel. 

WUUam, son of Benjamin Harger. 

Julia, daughter of Whitney, of Great Hill.* 

Watrous, son of Sheldon Clark. 
Jared, son of Nathan Mansfield. 
Polly, daughter of Elisha Baldwin. 

A daughter of Foot, at Ox. 

Mary, daughter of Noah Durand. 

A son of Joseph Roger. 

Josiah, son of Samuel Hull, at Derby Neck. 

♦Now in the town of Seymour. 



Jan. 


10, 1773 


Jan. 


10, 1773 


Jan. 


28, 1773 


Jan. 


31, 1773 


Feb. 


19, 1773 


Feb. 


28, 1773 


Apr. 


12, 1773 


Apr. 


18, 1773 


Apr. 


21, 1773 


May 


9, 1773 


July 


4, 1773 


July 


4, 1773 


July 


4, 1773 


July 


18, 1773 


Aug. 


15, 1773 


Aug. 


22, 1773 


Aug. 


22, 1773 


Sept. 


— , 1773 




— , 1773 


Sept. 


19, 1773 


Sept. 


19, 1773 


Nov. 


5, 1773 


Nov. 


17, 1773 


Nov. 


25, 1773 


Nov. 


25, 1773 


Nov. 


25, 1773 


Feb. 


20, 1774 


Feb. 


20, 1774 


Mar. 


27, 1774 


Apr. 


20, 1774 


Apr. 


20, 1774 


Apr. 


20, 1774 


Apr. 


20, 1774 


Apr. 


12, 1774 


Apr. 


17, 1774 


May 


1, 1774 


May 


15, 1774 


May 


15, 1774 


May 


29, 1774 


June 


5, 1774 


June 


5, 1774 


June 


5, 1774 


June 


5, 1774 


June 


5, 1774 


June 


12, 1774 


June 


26, 1774 


July 


3, 1774 


July 


24, 1774 


Aug. 


14, 1774 


Aug. 


14, 1774 


Aug. 


14, 1774 


Aug. 


7, 1774 


Sept. 


11, 1774 


Aug. 


— , 1774 


Oct. 


9, 1774 



144 Records of St. James's Church, Derby, Conn. [April 

Betty, daughter of Nehemiah Marks. 

Jehiel, son of Jereniiah Gillet. 

Levi, son of Frank, an Indian. 

Eunice, daughter of William Clark. 

Abigail, daughter of Dan Davis. 

Jerusha, daughter of Samuel Washbond. 

Halph, son of Azariah Pritchard. 

Kata, daughter of Abigail Hull. 

Daughter of Jabesh Twitchel. 

Sarah, daughter of Joseph Wheeler. 

Grace, daughter of Samuel Hawkins. 

Walker, son of Elnathan Lake. 

Sarah, daughter of Adam Lumm. 

Hannah, daughter of John Holbrook. 

Pamela, daughter of Henry Thomlinson. 

Abigail, daughter of William Thomlinson. 

Patience, daughter of David Twitchel. 

Abraham, son of Philo Johnson. 

Lewis, son of Enos Prindle. 

Ebenezer Hitchcock, an adult, and his two children. 

Alexander Sperry, adult. 

A child of Samuel Wooster. 

A child of Alexander Sperry. 

Nathan, son of Adam Vose. 
John, son of George Gorham. 
Sarah, daughter of Daniel Wilmot. 
Polly, daughter of David D Forest. 
Eunice, daughter of Oliver Curtiss. 
Richard, son of John Holbrook. 
A child at Newhaven. 
Samuel, son of Enoch Twitchel. 

The wife of • — Macklean, of Bethany. 

Benjamin, son of Patience Wooster. 

Mary, daughter of John Bartiss. 

Sarah, daughter of Samuel Plumb. 

Ephraim, son of Da\'id Allen. 

Joseph, son of Joseph Davis. 

Abijah, son of David Twitchel. 

A son of John Church. 

A child of Jonathon Miles. 

A child of Daniel Davis. 

Sarah, daughter of Claudois Bartholomew. 

Grace,* daughter of Richard and Anna Mansfield. 

Mordecai, son of Ebenr Prindle. 

Samuel Lewis, son of Samuel Johnson, Jr. 

Joseph, son of Joseph Olmstead. 

Anah, daughter of widow Eunicef Wheeler. 

Lusena, daughter of Benjamin Harger. 

Charity, daughter of Daniel Hawkins. 

Clarinda, daughter of Enos Candee. 

Russel, son of Henry Thomlinson. 

Clarana, daughter of Sanford. 

Timothy Russel, son of Isaac Nichols. 
Hannah, daughter of Nehemiah Marks. 



Oct. 


9, 1774 


Oct. 


23, 1774 


Oct. 


23, 1774 


Nov. 


6, 1774 


Nov. 


20, 1774 


Nov. 


26, 1774 


Dec. 


4, 1774 


Dec. 


18, 1774 


Dec. 


25, 1774 


Jan. 


1, 1775 


Jan. 


8, 1775 


Jan. 


19, 1775 


Jan. 


19, 1775 


Jan. 


19, 1775 


Jan. 


19, 1775 


Jan. 


19, 1775 


Feb. 


1, 1775 


Feb. 


25, 1775 


Feb. 


26, 1775 


Apr. 


2, 1775 


Apr. 


2, 1775 


Apr. 


2, 1775 


Apr. 


2, 1775 


May 


21, 1775 


June 


18, 1775 


July 


9, 1775 


July 


16, 1775 




— , 1775 




— , 1775 




— , 1775 


Nov. 


26, 1775 


Dec. 


— , 1775 


Dec. 


3, 1775 


Dec. 


3, 1775 




— 1775 


Mar. 


10, 1776 


Apr. 


21, 1776 


June 


23, 1776 


Aug. 


4, 1776 


Aug. 


4, 1776 


Aug. 


4, 1776 


Aug. 


11, 1776 


Aug. 


25, 1776 


Aug. 


25, 1776 


Aug. 


25, 1776 


Sept. 


— , 1776 


Sept. 


29, 1776 


Oct. 


26, 1776 


Nov. 


24, 1776 


Dee. 


1, 1776 


Dec. 


8, 1776 


Jan. 


2, 1777 


Jan. 


12, 1777 


Jan. 


19, 1777 


•"born Aug. 15." 


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an. 26 


1777 


eb. 9 


1777 


lar. 23 


1777 


lar. 28 


1777 


pr. 27 


1777 


pr. 27 


1777 


pr. 27 


1777 


une 22 


1777 


uly 6 


1777 


uly 20 


1777 


ug. 17 


1777 


ug. 17 


1777 


ug. 17 


1777 


ug. 31 


1777 


ug. 31 


1777 


ug. 31, 


1777 


ept. 6, 


1777 


ept. 17 


1777 


ct. 15, 


1777 


ct. 26 


1777 


ct. 26 


1777 


ct. 26 


1777 


ct. 26 


1777 


ov. 5, 


1777 


ov. 19, 


1777 


ec. 7, 


1777 


ec. 25, 


1777 


in. — , 


1778 


[ar. 1, 


1778 


pr. 22, 


1778 


[ay 31, 


1778 


ay 31, 


1778 


me 7, 


1778 


me 7, 


1778 


— — , 


1778 


— — ] 


1778 


ay 24, 


1778 


ay 24, 


1778 


me 28, 


1778 


ne 28, 


1778 


ly 12, 


1778 


ly 26, 


1778 


ily 26, 


1778 


Jy 26, 


1778 


dv 26, 


1778 


Jy 26, 


1778 


Jg. 23, 


1778 


ig. 23, 


1778 


pt. 27, 


1778 


pt. 27, 


1778 


3t. 4, 


1778 


3t. 4, 


1778 


ov. 1, 


1778 


ov. 15, 


1778 


3C. 6, 


1778 


♦Widow of Joacpl 



Lucey, daughter of Abel Watrous. 

A son of Benjamin Twitchel. 

Sarah, daughter of Dan Hine. 

Isaac, son of Enoch Twitchel. 

A child of Mr. Patterson, Ox. 

A child of Moses Wright. 

A child of Benjamin Crawford. 

David, pon.of Theophilus Miles. 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel Hawkins. 

A son of (Samuel) Oatman. 

A daughter of Alexander Johnson. 

Sarah, daughter of Reuben Lumm. 

Hannah, daughter of Adam Lumm. 

Enos, son of Thomas Osborn, Jr. 

A daughter of Josiah Nettleton. 

Sheldon, son of Ezra Foot. 

Mary, daughter of John Prindle. 

Sarah and Mary, children of Jared Plumb. 

Betsy, daughter of Elnathan Lake. 

David, son of Jonathan Lumm, Jr. 

John D La van, son to Samuel Wooster. 

Lucretia, daughter of Hulda Ward. 

A daughter of Elihu Bates. 

Hulda, daughter of John Griffin. 

A daughter of Edward Wooster. 

Betsy, daughter of Nathan Mansfield. 

A son of Jabez Twitchel. 

A son of Richard Hubbel. 

Charity, daughter of Moses Wooster. 

William, son of Joseph Olmstead. 

Anna, daughter of Alexander Sperry. 

A child of Joseph Coger. 

Zuriel, son of Samuel [Plumb,] Junr. 

Sally, daughter of Ebenezer Prindle. 

A child of Abijah Hull. 

A child of Joseph Davis. 

Marmara, daughter of Azariah Pritchard. 

Benjamin and Hannah, children of Hannah* Tuttle. 

Daniel, son of Dr. [Shores] Ufford. 

A child of Daniel Johnson. 

A son of Abraham Carrington. 

A son of Caleb Perry. 

Son of widow Scott. 

Son of Abel Hull. 

Son of Yelverton Perry. 

David and a daughter of David Wooden. 

George, son-of Sutton. 

Anna, daughter of Joseph Murray. 
Elizabeth Eunice, daughter of John Bartiss. 
Arma, daughter of Claudius Bartholomew. 
Polly, daughter of Bowers Washbond. 
Betsy, daughter of Henry Wooster. 
Betsy, daughter of Samuel Hitchcock. 
Polly, daughter of John Church. 
Mary, daughter of Raymond Sandford. 



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A daughter of David Twitchel. 
Polly, daughter of Enoch Twitchel. 
David, son of Reuben Ijimm. 
Smith,* son of [Sarah] Osborn, of Oxford. 
Mary, daughter of Mary Harger. 
Daniel, son of Daniel Davis. 

A son of Fisher. 

A son of John Wheeler. 

A daughter of Benajah Beach. 

Hannah, daughter of Jeremiah Gillet. 

Lewis, son of Samuel Johnson. 

Joseph, son of Benjamin Harger, Dec'd. 

John, son of Benjamin Crawford. 

A daughter of John Griffen. 

A daughter of Nathaniel Gunn. 

Josiah and Freelove, children of Josiah Nettleton. 

BUly, son of Jonathon Lumm. 

Child of Benjamin Twitchel. 

Naomi, daughter of Michael Clark. 

An adult young woman, Beebe. 

Son of Alexander Wilmot. 

David Wales, son of Joseph Holbrook. 

Fanny, daughter of Timothy •. 

A daughter of Mary Twitchel. 
Zuriel, daughter of Samuel Plumb, Jr. 
Gilbert, son of Jabez Twitchel. 

A son of Smith. 

Two sons of Oatman, of Bethany. 

Lewis, son of Major Marquessee. 

RiUa, daughter of David Twitchel. 

EUsha, son of John White. 

Sarah and William, children of John Adee. 

Rebecca, daughter of Israel French, Jr. 

Sally, daughter of Sherman Hatch. 

James Martin, son of Moses Wright. 

Hannah and Rebecca, children of Thaddeus liine. 

Ashbum, son of Joseph Olmstead. 

A child of Samuel Johnson, Jr. 

Diadame, daughter of Ehhu Bates. 

Betsy, daughter of Ebenezer Prindle. 

A child of Rajmiond Sandford. 

Dan, son of Nathaniel Holbrook. 

Child of Henry Thomlinson, Jr. 

Clark, son of Richard Watrous. 

Comfort, daughter of Thomas Osborn, Jr. 

A child of Eli Pierson. 

A child of Sely. 

Leverit, son of Dr. [Shores] Ufford. 
Abel, son of Rue Thorp. 
Benjamin, son of Joseph Barley. 
A son of Jesse Nichols. 
Anna HiU, daughter of William Buckley. 
Barzillai, son of Jonathon Buckley. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Buckley. 
Lewis, son of Ehjah Raymond. 

♦Lemuel Osborn Smith. 



Feb. 


7, 1779 


Feb. 


28, 1779 


Feb. 


28, 1779 


Mar. 


21, 1779 


Apr. 


11, 1779 


May 


2, 1779 


May 


2, 1779 


May 


16, 1779 


May 


20, 1779 


June 


6, 1779 




— , 1779 




— , 1779 


June 


25, 1779 


June 


27, 1779 


June 


27, 1779 


Aug. 


— 1779 


Sept. 


5, 1779 


Sept. 


5, 1779 




— , 1779 


Sept. 


19, 1779 


Sept. 


23, 1779 


Sept. 


24, 1779 


Oct. 


23, 1779 


Oct. 


22, 1779 


Oct. 


25, 1779 


Oct. 


31, 1779 


Nov. 


14, 1779 


Nov. 


14, 1779 


Dec. 


8, 1779 


Jan. 


16, 1780 


Jan. 


18, 1780 


Jan. 


18, 1780 


Jan. 


18, 1780 


Mar. 


3, 1780 


Apr. 


1, 1780 


Apr. 


1, 1780 


Apr. 


15, 1780 


Apr. 


15, 1780 


May 


7, 1780 


May 


14, 1780 


May 


21, 1780 


May 


21, 1780 


May 


21, 1780 


May 


21, 1780 


June 


4, 1780 


June 


4, 1780 


June 


4, 1780 


June 


4, 1780 


July 


— , 1780 


July 


— , 1780 


July 


— , 1780 


July 


— , 1780 


June 


— 1780 


June 


— , 1780 


June 


— , 1780 



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— , 1780 Abel, son of Josiah Buckley. 

— , 1780 Benjamin, son of John Robinson. 

— , 1780 Abigail, daughter of Nicholas Darrow. 

30, 1780 Sally, daughter of Jones, Ox. 

20, 1780 Betty, daughter of Benjamin Davis. 

10, 1780 Nathan, son of Nathaniel Johnson. 

10, 1780 Wife and child of Enos Smith. 

16, 1780 A daughter of Smith, at Quakers Farms.* 

23, 1780 Anna, daughter of Jared Plumb. 

24, 1780 A son of Enoch Twitchel. 

24, 1780 A son of Sutton. 

2, 1780 Hans Hobart, son of Grinnald Grenfield. 

8, 1780 Lucena, daughter of James Dorman. 

17, 1780 Charlotte, daughter of Theophilus Miles. 
17, 1780 Abraham, son of Samuel Hitchcock. 

17, 1780 Merinda, daughter of Dan Bostwick. 

31, 1780 Eunice and , daughters of Elijah Hawkins. 

1, 1781 John, son of John White. 

8, 1781 Charlotte, daughter of John Tnunble. 

11, 1781 James Dorman, an adult. 

11, 1781 Abigail, daughter of Michael Mark. 

22, 1781 Azariah Hawley, son of Yelverton Perry. 

22, 1781 Andrew, son of Caleb Perry. 

22, 1781 Henry, son of Jonathan Lumm, Jun. 

22, 1781 Esther, daughter of John Griffen. 

25, 1781 John, son of Abijah Hull. 

25, 1781 Anna Retta, daughter of Claudius Bartholomew. 

18, 1781 Phebe Ann, daughter of Samuel Tuttle. 
— , 1781 Daughter of Jeremiah Cain. 

28, 1781 Son of John Wheeler. 

28, 1781 Murray, son of James Manville. 

18, 1781 Sally, daughter of Nathan Mansfield. 

18, 1781 Samuel, son of Abraham Basset. 

18, 1781 William, son of James Basset. 

18, 1781 Polly, daughter of Noah Durand. 

18, 1781 Eunice, daughter of Eleazar Lewis. 
14, 1781 Four children of Zadoc Sanford. 
10, 1781 ChDd of Smith, Ox. 

27, 1781 Nabbe, daughter of George Gorham. 

27, 1781 Dorman, an adult woman. 

— 1781 Child of David Twitchel. 

17, 1781 Clark, son of Isaac Bunnel, Junr. 

17, 1781 Urana Hide, daughter of Anna Wooster. 

27, 1781 John, son of Abijah Hull. 

24, 1781 Mary, daughter of Benajah Beach. 

24, 1781 Lucius, son of Nathaniel Da\is. 

5, 1781 Daughter of Abijah HuU. 

19, 1781 Abijah Sherman, son of Sherman Hatch. 
19, 1781 John and Benjamin, sons of John Holbrook. 
19, 1781 Sarah, daughter of Josiah Nettleton. 

9, 1781 Isaac, son of Daniel Wooster. 

28, 1781 Chancey, son of Enos Smith. 
31, 1781 Plulo, son of Samuel Wooster. 

4, 1781 Daughter of - — — Chatfield, Ox. 

6, 1781 Daughter of Fisher, O.xford. 



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[April 



Nov 


18, 1781 


Nov 


18, 1781 


Nov 


22, 1781 


Nov 


22, 1781 


Dec. 


5, 1781 


Dec. 


5, 1781 




— , 1781 




— 1781 




— 1781 


Feb. 


— 1782 


Feb. 


7, 1782 


Feb. 


10, 1782 


Feb. 


10, 1782 


Feb. 


21, 1782 


Feb. 


22, 1782 


Feb. 


22, 1782 


Feb. 


24, 1782 


Feb. 


27, 1782 


Feb. 


27, 1782 


Mar. 


21, 1782 


Mar. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


May 


19, 1782 


Vlay 


19, 1782 


May 


19, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


fune 


2, 1782 


June 


9, 1782 


July 


21, 1782 


July 


22, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


Aug. 


11, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 




— , 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Sept. 


22, 1782 


3ept. 


22, 1782 


3ept. 


22, 1782 


Sept. 


— , 1782 


Oct. 


— , 1782 


Oct. 


— , 1782 



Rilla, daughter of Ebenr Osbom. 

Daughter of Seley. 

Abigail, daughter of John Smith. 

Ruth and a daughter of William Thomlinson. 

Abigail, daughter of John Buel. 

Ralph and Sarah, children of Adam Vose. 

Samuel Harvey, Hannah, and Josep^i. children of David 

D Forest. 
Hannah and Lucy, children of Joseph Moss. 
Lucy, daughter of Eliezar Durand. 
William Gordon and sons John and Asa. 
Mindwel, daughter of John Bartis. 
David, son of Dan Hine. 
Nancy, daughter of Bowers Waahbond. 
Jeremiah Bearslee and Nathan, children of Joseph Coger. 
Experience, Servt. Girl to Abel Hull. 
Hannah, daughter of Silas Hawkins. 
Cyrus, son of Nathll Holbrook. 
Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah Gillet. 

Daughter of Curtiaa (Ripton). 

Two children at Newtown. 

Child of Gideon Chatfield. 

Anna, daughter of Henry Wooster. 

Sarah, daughter of Thaddeus Hine. 

Joseph, son of Sarah Russel. 

Esther, Servant to Richard Mansfield. 

Charlotte, daughter of Nathll Gunn. 

Enos Chittendon, son of Enos Candee. 

Nancy, daughter of Samuel Hitchcock. 

Son of Tyrrel. 

Child of Abel Clark. 

Child of Jones. 

Child of Hawkins. 

Charles, son of Henry Thomlinson, Junr. 

Richard, son of Ebenr Prindle. 

Eunice, daughter of Philo Holbrook. 

Moses, son of Mabel Griffin. 

Sally and Levi, children of Elijah Smith, Junr. 

Daughter of Elijah Hawkins. 

Lewis, son of Lucy Davis. 

Williain and Sheldon and Joseph, sons of William Mark. 

Ebenr Sheldon, Sarah and Rebecca [?]. 

William and Nancy, children of Joseph Wheeler. 

Lucey, Mitte, and William, children of [William] Grinnal. 

Stephen, son of George Gorham. 

Charles, Josiah, and David, children of Joseph Short. 

John, son of Charles White. 

Hannah, daughter of Maher. 

Ijevi, son of Benjn Brown. 

William Denn^rick, son of John Swift. 

Two children of Williams, at Oxford. 

Child of an Hessian. 

Child at Ox: 

Eunice, daughter of Samuel Plum. 

William Duncan, son of Merchant Wooster. 

Fanny, Bela, and Sally, children of Ebenr Warner. 



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18, 1781 


Nov 


18, 1781 


Nov 


22, 1781 


Nov 


22, 1781 


Dec. 


5, 1781 


Dec. 


5, 1781 




— 1781 




— 1781 




— , 1781 


Feb. 


— , 1782 


Feb. 


7, 1782 


Feb. 


10, 1782 


Feb. 


10, 1782 


Feb. 


21, 1782 


Feb. 


22, 1782 


Feb. 


22, 1782 


Feb. 


24, 1782 


Feb. 


27, 1782 


Feb. 


27, 1782 


Mar. 


21, 1782 


Mar. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


May 


19, 1782 


May 


19, 1782 


May 


19, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


Tune 


2, 1782 


June 


9, 1782 


July 


21, 1782 


July 


22, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


Aug. 


11, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 




— , 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


A.ug. 


21, 1782 


Sept. 


22, 1782 


3ept. 


22, 1782 


3ept. 


22, 1782 


Sept. 


— , 1782 


Oct. 


— , 1782 


Oct. 


— , 1782 



Rilla, daughter of Ebenr Osbom. 

Daughter of Seley. 

Abigail, daughter of John Smith. 

Ruth and a daughter of William Thomlinson. 

Abigail, daughter of John Buel. 

Ralph and Sarah, children of Adam Vose. 

Samuel Harvey, Hannah, and Josep*!. children of David 

D Forest. 
Hannah and Lucy, children of Joseph Moss. 
Lucy, daughter of Eliezar Durand. 
William Gordon and sons John and Asa. 
Mindwel, daughter of John Bartis. 
David, son of Dan Hine. 
Nancy, daughter of Bowers Waahbond. 
Jeremiah Bearslee and Nathan, children of Joseph Coger. 
Experience, Servt. Girl to Abel Hull. 
Hannah, daughter of Silas Hawkins. 
Cyrus, son of NathU Holbrook. 
Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah Gillet. 

Daughter of Gurtias (Ripton). 

Two children at Newtown. 

Child of Gideon Chatfield. 

Anna, daughter of Henry Wooster. 

Sarah, daughter of Thaddeus Hine. 

Joseph, son of Sarah Russel. 

Esther, Servant to Richard Mansfield. 

Charlotte, daughter of NathU Gunn. 

Enos Chittendon, son of Enos Candee. 

Nancy, daughter of Samuel Hitchcock. 

Son of Tyrrel. 

Child of Abel Clark. 

Child of Jones. 

Child of Hawkins. 

Charles, son of Henry Thomlinson, Junr. 

Richard, son of Ebenr Prindle. 

Eunice, daughter of Philo Holbrook. 

Moses, son of Mabel GriflSn. 

SaUy and Levi, children of Elijah Smith, Junr. 

Daughter of Elijah Hawkins. 

Lewis, son of Lucy Davis. 

William and Sheldon and Joseph, sons of William Mark. 

Ebenr Sheldon, Sarah and Rebecca [?]. 

William and Nancy, children of Joseph Wheeler. 

Lucey, Mitte, and William, children of [William] Grinnal. 

Stephen, son of George Gorham. 

Charles, Josiah, and David, children of Joseph Short. 

John, son of Charles White. 

Hannah, daughter of Maher. 

IvCvi, son of Benjn Brown. 

William Denmrick, son of John Swift. 

Two children of — Williams, at Oxford. 

Child of an Hessian. 

Child at Ox: 

Eunice, daughter of Samuel Plum. 

William Duncan, son of Merchant Wooster. 

Fanny, Bela, and Sally, children of Ebenr Warner. 



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Nov 


18, 1781 


Nov 


18, 1781 


Nov 


22, 1781 


Nov 


22, 1781 


Dec. 


5, 1781 


Dec. 


5, 1781 




— 1781 




— 1781 




— , 1781 


Feb. 


— 1782 


Feb. 


7, 1782 


Feb. 


10, 1782 


Feb. 


10, 1782 


Feb. 


21, 1782 


Feb. 


22, 1782 


Feb. 


22, 1782 


Feb. 


24, 1782 


Feb. 


27, 1782 


Feb. 


27, 1782 


Mar. 


21, 1782 


Mar. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


Apr. 


25, 1782 


May 


19, 1782 


Vlay 


19, 1782 


May 


19, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


June 


2, 1782 


Tune 


2, 1782 


June 


9, 1782 


July 


21, 1782 


July 


22, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


July 


28, 1782 


Aug. 


11, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 




— , 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Aug. 


21, 1782 


Sept. 


22, 1782 


Sept. 


22, 1782 


3ept. 


22, 1782 


Sept. 


— , 1782 


Oct. 


— , 1782 


Oct. 


— , 1782 



Rilla, daughter of Ebenr Osbom. 

Daughter of Seley. 

Abigail, daughter of John Smith. 

Ruth and a daughter of William Thomlinson. 

Abigail, daughter of John Buel. 

Ralph and Sarah, children of Adam Vose. 

Samuel Harvey, Hannah, and Josep^i. children of David 

D Forest. 
Hannah and Lucy, children of Joseph Moss. 
Lucy, daughter of Eliezar Durand. 
William Gordon and sons John and Asa. 
Mindwel, daughter of John Bartis. 
David, son of Dan Hine. 
Nancy, daughter of Bowers Waahbond. 
Jeremiah Bearslee and Nathan, children of Joseph Coger. 
Experience, Servt. Girl to Abel Hull. 
Hannah, daughter of Silas Hawkins. 
CjTus, son of Nathll Holbrook. 
Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah Gillet. 

Daughter of Gurtiaa (Ripton). 

Two children at Newtown. 

Child of Gideon Chatfield. 

Anna, daughter of Henry Wooster. 

Sarah, daughter of Thaddeus Hine. 

Joseph, son of Sarah Russel. 

Esther, Servant to Richard Mansfield. 

Charlotte, daughter of Nathll Gunn. 

Enos Chittendon, son of Enos Candee. 

Nancy, daughter of Samuel Hitchcock. 

Son of Tyrrel. 

Child of Abel Clark. 

Child of Jones. 

Child of Hawkins. 

Charles, son of Henry Thomlinson, Junr. 

Richard, son of Ebenr Prindle. 

Eunice, daughter of Philo Holbrook. 

Moses, son of Mabel GriflSn. 

SaUy and Levi, children of Elijah Smith, Junr. 

Daughter of Elijah Hawkins. 

Lewis, son of Lucy Davis. 

WiUiam and Sheldon and Joseph, sons of William Mark. 

Ebenr Sheldon, Sarah and Rebecca [?]. 

WilHam and Nancy, children of Joseph Wheeler. 

Lucey, Mitte, and William, children of [William] Grinnal. 

Stephen, son of George Gorham. 

Charles, Josiah, and David, children of Joseph Short. 

John, son of Charles White. 

Hannah, daughter of Maher. 

Ixvi, son of Benjn Brown. 

William Denmrick, son of John Swift. 

Two children of Williams, at Oxford. 

Child of an Hessian. 

Child at Ox: 

Eunice, daughter of Samuel Plum. 

William Duncan, son of Merchant Wooster. 

Fanny, Bela, and Sally, children of Ebenr Warner. 



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Sheldon, son of Moses Riggs. 

Mittee, Chancey, and Jabeah, children of Ebenr Hitchcock. 

Sarah, daughter of Joseph Smith. 

WiUiam, son of Lucretia Burnt. 

Marmara, daughter of James Dorman. 

Marinda, daughter of Michael Clark. 

Son of William Thomlinson. 

Sally, daughter of Comfort Davis. 

Daughter of John Leavenworth. 

Philo Wooden and his daughter Rachel. 

WiUiam Wooden, Junr., and daugh[ter] Mary Elisabeth. 

Chary and Mara, children of Theopilus Miles. 

Reuben, son to a Heacox. 

Samuel, Abijah, and BUle, children of Samll Hull. 

Abigail Grace, daughter of Richd Mansfield, Junr. 

4 children of Cadee,* Oxford. 

Samuel, son of Benajah Beach. 

Son of — Bunnel. 

Cibel, daughter of John Wheeler. 

BiUee and Cloe, children of Joseph Fairchild. 

Alexander, Anna, and Elizabeth, child[ren] of Parish 

Cobum. 
Sarah, daughter of John Davis. 
David, son of John Holbrook, Junr. 
David, son of Philo Lewis. 

John, son of Hawley. 

Mary Ann, daughter of [Josiah] Nettleton. 

Rebecca, daughter of Munn. 

James, son of Adam Lumm. 

Isaac, son of Reuben Lumm. 

Thomas Chnton, son of Joseph Davis. 

Cherry, daughter of George Gorham. 

Sarah, daughter of Sheldon Curtiss. 

Joel, son of Abel Wooster. 

Child of Edward Harger. 

Sheldon, son of Jonathan Lumm, Junr. 

Daughter of David Twitchel. 

Lydia, Luther, and Catharine, children of the wife of 

Asahel Johnson. f 
Fitch, Watrous, Betsey, and William, children of Samuel 

Allen. 
Anna, daughter of John White. 
Lucena, daughter of Moses Wright. 
Ammon, son of Alexander Sperry. 
David, son of Amos Tuttle. 
Samuel, son of Samll Oatman. 

Hannah, daughter of Hubbel. 

Claudius, son of Claudius Bartholomew. 

Lois, daughter of Frank, a Black. 

Jemima Clark and her two children, Anna and Richard. 

Child of Zadoc Sanford. 

Esther, daughter of Nathaniel Holbrook. 

Austin, son of Sherman Hatch. 

Jeremy Hull, son of Ebenr Twitchel. 

S^illiam Fowler, whose widow Miriam became the second wife of Asahel 



Oct. 


. — J 


1782 


Oct. 


— ' 


1782 


Oct. 


— 1 


1782 


Nov. 


lo! 


1782 


Nov. 


10, 


,1782 


Nov. 


10, 


1782 


Jan. 


23, 


1783 


Feb. 


2, 


1783 


Feb. 


9, 


1783 


Feb. 


10, 


1783 


Feb. 


10, 


1783 


Feb. 


12, 


1783 


Mar. 


9, 


1783 




— , 


1783 


Mar. 


9, 


1783 


Apr. 


6, 


1783 


Apr. 


13, 


1783 


Apr. 


27, 


1783 


May 


8, 


1783 


May 


8, 


1783 


May 


8, 


1783 


May 


11, 


1783 


May 


25, 


1783 


May 


25, 


1783 


May 


25, 


1783 


May 


25, 


1783 


May 


25, 


1783 


June 


8, 


1783 


June 


8, 


1783 


June 


8, 


1783 




— ^ 


1783 


July 


27^ 


1783 


Aug. 


3, 


1783 


Aug. 


3, 


1783 


Aug. 


— , 


1783 


Aug. 


17, 


1783 


Aug. 


28, 


1783 


Aug. 


28, 


1783 


Aug. 


28, 


1783 


Aug. 


28, 


1783 


Aug. 


31, 


1783 


Aug. 


31, 


1783 


Aug. 


31, 


1783 


Sept. 


14, 


1783 


Sept. 


14, 


1783 


Sept. 


21, 


1783 


Sept. 


25, 


1783 


Oct. 


— 1 


1783 


Nov. 


— ' 


1783 


Dec. 


7, 


1783 


♦I.e. 


. Candee. 


tTh. 


eir father wa 



150 Records of St. James's Church, Derby, Conn. [April 

Feb. 2, 1784 Curtis, son of Graham. 

Feb. 4, 1784 Child of Browii. 

Feb. 7, 1784 Wilham and Joseph, children of Beman Hail. 
Feb. 9, 1784 Son to a daughter of Peter Johnson. 

Feb. 29, 1784 Trueman, son of Tyrrel. 

Mar. 4, 1784 Ira and Patty, children of Jeremiah Durand. 

Mar. 4, 1784 Mary, daughter of Peter Hawkins. 

Mar. 4, 1784 David King, son of John Chatfield. 

Mar. 29, 1784 John, son of Zachariah Marks. 

Apr. 1, 1784 Lucey, daughter of Silas Hawkins. 

Apr. 1, 1784 James, son of James Manville. 

Apr. 1, 1784 Daughter of William Gordon. 

Apr. 1, 1784 Child of Will Thomlinson. 

Apr. 12, 1784 Child of Jabez Twitchel. 

Apr. 18, 1784 William Ephraim, son of Ephraim Hinman. 

Apr. 18, 1784 2 children of Robert Pope. 

May 9, 1784 Child of John Trumble. 

May 16, 1784 Daniel, son of Ebenr Gracey. 

June 6, 1784 Samuel, son of Michael Clark. 

June 20, 1784 Cliild at Waterbury. 

June 27, 1784 14 children at New Town. 

July 25, 1784 Daughter of Wooden. • 

Aug. 8, 1784 Cyrus, son of Daniel Davis. 

Aug. 8, 1784 Content, widow of Coger, and her son Jeremiah. 

Aug. 8, 1784 Josiah, son of Samuel Wooster. 
Aug. 22, 1784 Child of Philo Holbrook. 

Sept. 5, 1784 Joseph, son of Hawley. 

Sept. 5, 1784 Anson, son of Gideon Walfield. 

Sept. 5, 1784 Abel, son of Bunnel. 

Sept. 8, 1784 Henry, son of Nicholas Fisher. 
Sept. 8, 1784 Nancy, daughter of Yelverton Perry. 
Sept. 8, 1784 David, son of Caleb Perry. 
Sept. 12, 1784 Ebenr, son of Ebenr Prindle. 
Sept. 19, 1784 Son of James Dorman. 
Oct. 3, 1784 Henry, son of Henry Thomlinson. 
Oct. 10, 1784 41 at Fairfield and Ripton. 
Oct. 17, 1784 Son of Adam Lumm. 

Oct. — , Lucretia, daughter of Theophilus Miles. 

Oct. 24, 1784 Samuel, son of Abraham Bassit. 
Oct. 31, 1784 Daughter of Dan Hine. 

Martin Bebee and child. 

Child of Charles French. 

Child of Asahel Johnson. 

Child of Benajah Beach. 

Child of Levi Johnson. 

Nancy, daughter of Samuel Hull, Junr. 

Whittlesey, son of Joseph Wheeler. 

Cherry, daughter of William Clark, Captn. 

Aurilla, daughter of Edward Harger. 

Nancy, daughter of John Wooster, Junr. 

Phebe, daughter of Abijah Hull. 

Josiah, son of Charles Deal. 

William, son of Joseph Smith. 

Abijah, son of Richd Mansfield, Junr. 

I^averit, son of Enos Candee. 

Samuel, son of Joseph Short. 




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151 



1785 2 children of Ebenr Durand. 

1785 Child of Jeremiah Durand. 

1785 Bennel, son of Saml Hitchcock. 

1785 Sheldon, son of — Osborn. 

1785 Grace, daughter of Reuben Lumm. 

1785 Child of Jonathan Lumm, Junr. 

1785 Hepsa, daughter of John Church. 

1785 Child and pair of Twins, Anna and Sarah, of Saml 

Washbond. 

1785 Seba and Sena, children of Ebenr Osborn. 

1785 Anson, son of Daniel Johnson. 

1785 Sally, daughter of John White. 

1785 Rhena, daughter of William Tucker. 

1785 Nabby, daughter of John Holbrook. 

1785 Grace, daughter of Benjn Twitchel. 

1785 Child of — Osborn. 

1785 Sally, daughter of [William] Grinnal. 

1785 Anson, son of John [Davis]. 

1785 Keziah, daughter of Samuel Basset. 

1785 Susanna, a[n] Indian Woman, and child Nancy. 

1785 Timothy, son of Timothy Blackman. 

1785 Samuel, son of Joseph Davis. 

1785 Nathan, son of John Howley. 

1785 Child of John Wheeler. 

1785 Child of Joseph Fairchild. 

1786 Child of NathU Johnson. 
1786 2 children of Moses Riggs. 
1786 Child of Ephraim Henman. 
1786 Child of Isaac Watrous. 
1786 Isaac, son of Abel Thompson. 
1786 Charity, daughter of Ebenr Gracey. 
1786 Child of Charles Wooden. 
1786 Child of James Baldwin. 

1786 Child of Warner. 

1786 Child of Captn Row. 

1786 George Beckwick, son of Nehemiah Marks. 

1786 Sheldon, son of Theophilus Miles. 

1786 Simeon, son of Hinman, Oxford. 

1786 Joseph, son of Michael Clark. 

1786 11 children at Bethany. 

1786 Willys, son of Nathll Davis. 

1786 2 children of Daniel Wooster. 

1786 Harriot, daughter of WiUiam Whitney. 

1786 Jabesh, William, PoUy, Sally, and Sheldon, children of 

Jabesh Thompson. 

1786 Cornelius, son of Merrils. 

1786 Son of Richard Hubbel. 

1786 Son of John Prindle. 

1786 Child at Oxford. 

1786 Asburn and another son of Joseph Olmstead. 

1786 Freegift, son of Wakelee. 

1786 Clark, Isaac, and Lucy, children of Isaac Smith, Junr. 

1786 Joseph and Nehemiah, children of Joseph Moss. 

1786 Russel and Jonathan Lyman, Samuel and Sally, child[ren] 

of Marshal. 

Nov. 19, 1786 Marquis, son of Henry Thomlinson. 



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[April 



Dec. 


14, 1786 


Dec. 


14, 1786 


Dec. 


14, 1786 


Jan. 


8, 1787 


Jan. 


8, 1787 


Jan. 


28, 1787 


Jan. 


28, 1787 


Jan. 


28, 1787 


Jan. 


28, 1787 


Jan. 


28, 1787 




— , 1787 


Feb. 


1, 1787 


Feb. 


1, 1787 


Feb. 


1, 1787 


Feb. 


1, 1787 


Feb. 


1, 1787 




— , 1787 


Mar. 


18, 1787 


Apr. 


— , 1787 


Easter Sunday, 


May 


27, 1787 


June 


27, 1787 


July 


15, 1787 


Aug. 


5, 1787 


Aug. 


12, 1787 


Aug. 


20, 1787 


Aug. 


20, 1787 


Aug. 


26, 1787 


Aug. 


26, 1787 


Sept. 


2, 1787 


Sept. 


4, 1787 


Sept. 


9, 1787 


Sept. 


16, 1787 


Sept. 


16, 1787 


Nov. 


11, 1787 


Nov. 


15, 1787 


Nov. 


29, 1787 


Nov. 


29, 1787 


Feb. 


15, 1788 




— , 1787 




— , [1788] 


Mar. 


9, 1788 


Apr. 


6, 1788 


Jan. 


13, 1788 


[Jan.] 13, 1788 




— , 1788 


Apr. 


13, 1788 


May 


6, 1788 


May 


21, 1788 


May 


— , 1788 


May 


22, 1788 


May 


22, 1788 


June 


15, 1788 


June 


22, 1788 


July 


13, 1788 



, 2 children of Charles French. 
Child of Enoch French. 
Child of Hezekiah Johnson. 
Child to David Twitchel. 
Son to Sherman Hatch. 
Vanbon, eon of James Manville. 
Isaac, son of Nathan Mansfield. 
Polly, daughter of Webb Tomlinson. 
Abel, son of Abraham Basset. 
CjTiethia, daughter of Jonathan Miles. 
One child of Warner, John Rowe's one. 
Ebenezr Hitchcock one, two children of Merchant Woos- 

ter. 
Susanna, daughter of John Tjorel. 
Charlottee, daughter of Abel Smith. 
Clarissa, daughter of Stephen Sanford. 
Timothy and Jane, black adults. 
Abigail Ann and Timothy, servants ofiMra. Bisson. 
Child of Jabesh Twitchel. 
Child of John Bartis. 
1787 Child of Samuel Hitchcock. 
Benjamin, son of Benjn Davis. 
Truman, son of John Davis. 
Andrew Smith, son of [Andrew] Graham. 
Four children at Northhaven. 
Mary, daughter of Enos Smith. 

One child of Jeremiah Durand, and one of John Chatfield. 
Child of Gideon Chatfield. 

Child of Russel Thomlinson, and one of John Hawley. 
Child of William Tucker. 
• Eunice, daughter to [David] Morris. 
Child of Isaac Davis. 
Ebenezer, son of Dan Hine. 
Oliver Curtiss, son of Jabish Thompson. 
Nancy, daughter of Isaac Humphreys. 
Four children at Waterbury. 
Daughter of Edward Hawkins. 
Grace and 2 children of William Smith. 
Stephen, son of Joseph Moss. 
Two children of Abel Hull. 
Child of [John] Beers. 
Grace, daughter of Abijah Smith. 
Son of Ephraim Andruss. 

Child of Lewis, of Great Hill. 

Betty and Laura, children of Elijah Smith. 

Bennet, son of Pangbam. 

Child of Bunnel. 

Child of Wooden, of Oxford. 

Child of John Holbrook. 
Child of Ebenezer Twitchel. 
3 daughters of Samuel HuU, Jr. 
Henry, son of Joseph Smith. 
Susannah, daughter of Charles Deal. 
Curtiss, son of Ebenr Gracey. 
Reuben, son of Reuben Lunim. 
Maria, daughter of Enos Candee. 



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Mary, daughter of William Whitney. 
Rachel, daughter of John Church. 
Sady, daughter of Daniel Wooster. 

Child of Hawkins, of Oxford. 

Stephen Mansfield, son of Samll Hull, Jr. 
Olive, daughter of John GrifSn. 
Ruth, daughter of [Parish] Cobum. 

Hulda and Hannah, daughters of Fairchild. 

Rebeca, daughter of Johnson. 

Stephen Sherman, son of John Durand. 
Hannah, daughter of Michael Clark. 
Rosetta, daughter of Thomas Riggs. 
Marmara, daughter of [Nathaniel] Wooster. 
Newton, son of John Hawley. 
Child of John Davis. 

One child of Charles French, one of Enoch's. 
One child of John Swift, one of John White. 

Child of Bunnel, Oxford. 

3 children of Henry Carpenter, one of Pardee. 

One [child] of Isaac and three adults. 

Sophia, daughter of Richd Mansfield, Junr. 

Lewis and Wyllis, sons to Beman Hail. 

Polly, daughter of Isaac Davis. 

Elisa, daughter of Abijah Hull. 

Jabez, son of Isaac Humphries. 

One child of Webb Thgmlinson, one of Nathan Mansfield. 

Child of Jonathan Lum, Junr., and one of Henry Thom- 

linson. 
Child of Isaac Smith. 

JoHn Washbond, son of John Wooster, Junr. 
Betty Camp, an adult. 
Betty, daughter of John Bartiss, Junr. 
Ebenezer, son of Ebenr Winton. 

Nancy, daughter of Scovil, Gun Town.* 

Watrous, son of Samll Allen, and Ira, son of Nathl Davis. 

Eunice, daughter of Abel Clark. 

Betty, daughter to , and Sabra, daughter to 

Charles Wooden. 
Sally and Alithea, daughters of Silas Hawkins. 
Nancy, daughter of Adam Lumm. 
Olive, daughter of Caleb Perry. 
Eunice, daughter of William Wooden. 
Aurenia, daughter of Philo Wooden. 
Laura, daughter of Yelverton Perry. 
Joel Wooden, an adult. 
Lemuel Wooden, an adult. 
Sarah, daughter of WiUiam Bunnel. 
Mary Jennet, daughter of Nathan Clark. 
Polly, daughter of Martin Beebe. 
A child of Eli Pierson, and one of Richd Hubbel. 
David, son of Russel Thomlinson. 
Lynda and Betty, daughters of Abraham Basset. 
Daniel, son of Enos Smith. 
Philip and Clara, children of Dick, a black man. 
(To be concluded] 

•Now in the town of Naugatuck. 



July 


6, 1788 


July 


— , 1788 


July 


20, 1788 


Sept. 


14, 1788 


Sept. 


21, 1788 


Sept. 


— , 1788 




— , 1788 




— , 1788 




— , 1788 




— , 1788 


Oct. 


26, 1788 


Nov. 


2, 1788 


Nov. 


2,1788 


Dec. 


— , 1788 




— 1788 


Feb. 


12, 1789 


Feb. 


12, 1789 


Feb. 


15, 1789 


Feb. 


8, 1789 


Feb. 


8, 1789 


Apr. 


26, 1789 


Apr.'i 


i 30, 1789 


May 


15, 1789 


May 


19, 1789 


May 


19, 1789 


June 


14, 1789 


June 


14, 1789 


June 


14, 1789 


June 


28, 1789 


July 


12, 1789 


July 


12, 1789 


July 


12, 1789 


Aug. 


12, 1789 


Aug. 


9, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


16, 1789 


Aug. 


16, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


20, 1789 


Aug. 


23, 1789 


Aug. 


31, 1789 


Sept. 


3, 1789 


Nov. 


8, 1789 


Oct. 


— 1789 


Oct. 


— , 1789 


Nov. 


— , 1789 



154 Notes [April 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC 

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

By Henht Edwards Scott, A.B., Recording Secretary 

Boston, Massachuseils, 1 February 19SS. The annual meeting of the Society 
was held this day, for a report of which see the Supplement to the present num- 
ber of the Register. 

/ March. A stated meeting of the Society was held in Wilder Hall, 9 Ash- 
burton Place, at 2.30 P.M., Alfred Johnson, Vice President for Maine, presiding. 
The minutes of the annual meeting were read and approved. 
On motion of John Albree it was 

Voted, That the reports of the Corresponding Secretary, Librarian, Hifltorian, and Council be 
read by title only. 

This was done, and the above-mentioned reports were accepted and ordered 
on file, the report of the Council showing that since the annual meeting members 
of the Society had been elected as follows: 

Life Member 
George Wood of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Resident Members 
Mrs. Charles C. Read of Arhngton, Mass. 
Belle Gilman Brown of Boston, Mass. 
Mrs. Elno A. Carter of Everett, Mass. 
Allen Potter Crolius of Philadelphia, Pa. 
John Ailes Taft of Evanston, 111. 
The Chair then presented, as the speaker of the afternoon, Norman Morrison 
Isham, A.M., of Providence, R. I., whose subject, Colonial Architecture in Rhode 
Island was treated in a comprehensive and carefully planned address, the tech- 
nical details of which were made clear and interesting to the audience by 
numerous lantern sUdes showing diagrams and views of old Rhode Island 
houses. 

At the conclusion of the address Albert Henry Lamson, Vice President for 
New Hampshire, took the chair, which Vice President Johnson had vacated, and, 
on motion of Hosea Starr BaUou, it was 

Voted, That the thanke of the Society be extended to Mr. Isham for his interesting 'and instruc- 
tive paper. 

No further business being presented, the Chair, at 4.20 P.M., declared the 
meeting dissolved, and the members of the Society, with their guests, were 
invited to remain for the usual social hour in the adjoining tea room. 



NOTES 

It having come to the attention of this Society that certain geneal- 
ogists and publishers have used the name of the Society in con- 
nection with their own enterprises, the Society again desires to 
state that it has NO genealogical representatives in this coimtry 
or in England, nor is it in any way connected with any publications 
other than those that it issues over its own name at 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 



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Notes 



155 



Catt. Nathan Peirce's Company at the Siege of Quebec, 1776. — It is 
somewhat surprising that in the histories dealing with Berkshire County, Mass., 
no mention is made of Capt. Nathan Peirce's company of Green Mountam Boys. 
This Captain Peirce was my great-great-grandfather, and the tradition of our 
ancestor and of his part in the notable but unfortunate siege of Quebec has 
always been a lively one in our branch of the Peirce or Pierce family. 

Capt. Nathan Peirce was born at Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Mass., 22 Jan. 1744/5. 
He was one of the fifteen children of Elder Nathan Peirce, for tnirty years min- 
ister of the well-known Hornbine Baptist Church, and a descendant of Capt. 
Michael Pierce, the famous Indian fighter, whose monument, on the Blackstone 
River, marks tne spot where he was killed in King Philip's War. Capt. Nathan 
Peirce married Sarah Davis, and removed from Rehoboth to the Berkshire Hills 
before the Revolution. His farm was in the town of Lanesborough (which then 
included the present town of Cheshire) and near the present village of Cheshire. 

His company was recruited in answer to Arnold's repeated and insistent calls 
for reinforcements. Things were going slowly and badly at Quebec because of the 
smallness of the Colonial forces there. Only a part of the army that Arnold had 
taken with him up through the Maine wilderness had reached Quebec. The 
Congress at Philadelphia nad little faith in ,the enterprise and neglected it, 
notwithstanding Washington's appeals. It was esteemed an affair for which the 
northern Colonial frontier should be responsible. Western Massachusetts had 
contributed a company or two earher in the winter. This Peirce company seems 
to have been made up largely of men from the immediate vicinity of Cheshire; 
the names are those of Lanesborough families. It would appear from the paucity 
of names that the lists here given are incomplete. The documents which have 
been transcribed and which tell pretty much their own story were preserved by 
Captain Peirce's son Nathan, and are now in possession of Miss Clai-a Pierce of 
Manchester, N. Y. 

I 

A Muster Roll op Capt. Nathan Peirce's Company in the Service op 
the United Colonies in the Regiment commanded by Col. Seth Warner 

Private Andrew Edmonds 



Capt. Nathan Peirce 
Lieut. Eli Pettebone 
Lieut. Jonathan Joice 
Serg't. Caleb Barton 
" Simeon Martin 
" Jeremiah Brown 
Corporal Richmond Lewis 

William Parker 

Private Amos King 

" Anthony Sprague 
" Abel Bradway 



Alford [?] Joice 
Enos Jones 
Gidian Hinman 
Isaiah Parker 
Joseph Wescot 
John Whiting 
JohCi Higjjins 
John CoUins 
Matthew Mason 



II 



Newport January 15 1776 
We the Subscribers whose Names hear unto prefixt Do this day Voluntarily 
enlist ourselves as Soldiers in the Continental Service in the Regiment of Green 
Mountain Boys to be commanded by Col. Seth Warner in Capt Nathan Peirces 
Company in ... . Regiment 

Hereby promise to subject ourselves to all the Rules and regulations of the 
Continental Army 

To continue in the Service till the 5th Day of April Next Except sooner Dismist 
by the Continental Congress 
Witness our hands 
Eli Pettibone Amos King 

Enos Jones Gideon Hinman Jun'r 

John Collins Jonathan Joyce 

Moses Hinman . Joseph Westcoat 

Anthony Sprague Richmond Werden 

Richard Lewis Simeon Martin 



156 Notes [April 

John Corcan [?]* William Parker 

John Whiting 
Jeremiah Brown 
Lewis Walker 
Isaiah Parker 

III 
January the 15th day 1776 the Continent . . di . . [?] to Noah Hirnnan for 
five days service of one man two horses one sleigh to carry Soldiers provisions 
& Baggage from Lanesborough to Newport 
Certified by 

Nathan Peirce Capt. 

IV 

St Johns the 13th of Feb'y 1776 
This is to certify that Captain Peirces Company of Col. Warners Ridgment 
has Rec'd no more than one days provision at this Garison — which the proper 
allowance is two Days to serve them to Montreall . . but the provision being 
out they could draw no more 
Given under my hand 

David Henry Commissary 
To the Hounerabel David Wooster Esq 
Brigadier General at Mountreall 

V 
Head Quarters Montreal Feb'y 19 1776 
Gentlemen 

The General desires you would proceed with the Men under your Command 
with all possible Expedition to the Camp before Quebec and there join the Army 
under the Command of General Arnold 

By the General's Order 

Jon. .a Cole 

Secretary 
To Captains Hinman & Peirce 

VI 
[The Last Letter of Capt. Nathan PeirceI 

In Camp before Quebec April 7th day 1776 
To James Barker Esq. and to my beloved friends and neighbors one and aU. 
I would inform you the condition 1 found this Camp in as letters could not pass 
without examination therefore I could not inform you before. I arrived at camp 
ye 28 day of february when I was almost astonish at the deploreble condition 
the army was in for they had neither fort battery nor brest work at all nor any 
cannon or artillery but what was covered in snow Nor do I think they could 
muster 300 men to battle on any action and the enemy not less than 1900 strong 
But thanks be to god the army looks in a much more prosperous situation at 
this day 

ye 28 day of february when we came first to camp the small pox in almost 
every house such cold weather as I never saw before and in a few days my men 
began to be sick with the small pox and finally they have all had it except Anthony 
Sprague and John Green and they were sick in another hospital three men I lost 
with the small pox 1 John Higgins 2 Iriah parker 3 wilham parker then some of 
my men are unwell I am not well myself if i do not git better soon I hope to 
obtain leave to come home soon Capt hall is dead and Capt [illegible] is dead 
died with the small pox I have had a Uttle trimming of the smaU pox but am 
recovered again of that dear friends I do not expect to coipe home till near Jime 
except it is on account of my health for the seige at this place has got to he some- 
thing warm the thundering of cannon is almost all the while and we keep the 
blockade tite and good 

you will pardon me for shortness in writing when you consider how not well 
I be and the scarcity of paper at this place 
men that had the small pox 20 including the last 

* At this point part of the paper haa been torn off. The names in the right-hand column are 
on a separate piece of paper, but seem to belong here. 



1922] Notes 157 

[On the reverse of the sheet] 
To James Barker Esq Dear Sir 

I received your favor of the 3 of March which was great satisfaction to me to 
hear from you and give you many thanks for your favor I perceive at that time 
you had not received any money from me which I hope is not the case now for I 
see major Safford in camp he show me a Receipt he took of doctor Jay of Ben- 
nington for sixty dollars to carry to your self the over plus money I meant for 
my wife whether I wrote in particular before my memory doth not serve 

these from yours to serve 

Nathan Peirce 

Our family papers record the death of Captain Peirce, of smallpox, on the 
Island of Three Sisters, near Quebec, 19 May 1776. How this information 
reached his family and friends we do not know. The published and manuscript 
Revolutionary records of Massachusetts, Vermont, and New York are silent 
as to Capt. Peirce's company, but it is well known that many of the troops 
engaged m the earlier campaigns of the War are thus unrecorded. 

After the close of the War Capt. Peirce's family removed to western New 
York, where his only son, Nathan, was one of the pioneer settlers of Ontario 
County. Of the two daughters, Sarah married John MoClouth, and Lydia 
married Benjamin Wheeler. 

Capt. Nathan invariably spelled his name "Peirce," although the variations 
"Pierce" and "Perse" were used by other members of his family. In the docu- 
ments copied above it' has been impossible to determine when the form "ye" 
is employed, and when the form "the." 

Stoneham, Mass. Mitchell Bronk. 



Newell-Strong. — In an old volume which has come to the Watkinson Library, 
entitled "Meditations and Contemplations," by James Hervey, first Worcester 
edition by Isaiah Thomas, 1789, I find the following writings: 

"Miss Chloe Strongs Book given her By her aunt Rhoda Newell of Lanes- 
borough while there on a visit in June 1827. 

"Cap' Ebenezer Newell died in 1806 adge [sic] years 

"Mrs. Rhoda Newell died in 1829 January aged 84 y" Relict of the late 

Cap' Eben'' Newell, and youngest daughter of the late Mr. Natharuel Strong of 
Northampton, Mass." 

Elsewhere in the book appear autographs of Ebenezer Newell and Mrs. Rhoda 
Newell, Lanesborough, Mass. 

The Watkinson Library, Hartford, Conn. Franx B. Gay. 



Historical Intelligence ■ 

Heraldry.- — The Committee on Heraldry of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society strongly recommends that all coats of arms which can be 
proved to be authentic be offered for record 
with this Societ3'. The arrangements for the 
making and preservation of such records are 
complete, and the volume of recorded arms has 
been begun by the entrj' therein of a number of 
well-authenticated coats. Printed forms and 
directions for the making of applications may 
be obtained from the Committee, and all com- 
munications on this subject should be addressed 
to the Committee on Heraldry, New England 
Historic Genealogical Society, 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 

Without taking any position with reference to 
the propriety of assuming arms, the Committee 
will be glad to examine arms or heraldic devices 
which any person or organization desires to as- 
sume, and give advice as to whether the same are heraldically correct or whether 
they violate a right of exclusive use heretofore acquired by others. 




158 Recent Books [April 

Sdrry, N. H. — A genealogical register of Surry (N. H.) families and their 
descendants is now being prepared for the press by Mr. Frank B. Kingsbury, 
Surry Road, Keene, N. H. 

Genealogies in Preparation. — Persons of the several names are advised 
to furnish the compilers of these genealogies with records of their own families 
and other information which they think may be useful. We would suggest that 
all facts of interest illustrating family history or character be communicated, 
especially service under the U. S. Government, the holding of other offices, gradu- 
ation from college or professional schools, occupation, with places and dates 
of birth, marriage, residence, and death. All names should be given in full, if 
possible. No initials should fee used when the full name is known. 

Brooks. — Gilbert, born about 1621, died at Rehoboth, Mass., 30 June 1695, by 
Raymon Meyers Tingley, Herrick Center, Pa. 

MaireU. — John, born at Kitterv, Me., in 1640, died there after 1717, by Mrs. 
Ethel Morrill McCoUister, P. O. Box 332, Mexico, Me. 

Murray. — Jonathan, born, probably in Scotland, in 1665, died at Guilford, 
Conn., 27 Aug. 1747, by William B. Murray, 505 North Elizabeth Street, Peoria, 
111. 

Roioe. — John, bom in England, died at Gloucester, Mass., 9 Mar. 1661/2, by 
Raymon Meyers Tingley, Herrick Center, Pa. 



RECENT BOOKS 



[The Editor particularly requests persons sending books for listing in the Register to state, 
for the information of readers, the price of each book, with the amount to be added for poetage 
when sent by mail, and from whom it may be ordered. For the January issue, books shoiild be 
received by Nov. 1; for April, by Feb. 1; for July, by May 1; and for October, by July 1.] 

GENEALOGICAL 

AngeU genealogy. Israel Angell, Colonel of the Second Rhode Island Regi- 
ment. By Louise Lewis LoveU. The Knickerbocker Press, 1921. 12-1-360 p. 
fcsm. map pi. 8° 

Part 3 contains the family record of Israel Angell. 

Bates genealogy. The Bates Bulletin. Series 3, vol. 4, no. 2. April, 1921. 
p. 65-72, il. 8° 

Bates genealogy. The Bates Bulletin. Series 3, vol. 5, no. 1. October, 1921. 
p. 73-80, il. 8° 

Bowen genealogy. Richard Bowen's descendants to the fifth generation. By 
Charles Shepard. Troy, N. Y., 1921. Chart. Price $2. Address the author. 

"The author is preparing a complete genealogy of the Bowen family. This chart ia the first of 
a series which will be issued to interest members of the family in the project and to permanently 
record the facta gathered, in case, throiigh some mishap, the complete genealogy is never printed. 
Information is solicited from all members of the family. Female lines will be carried down as well 
as the male. Please communicate with Charles Shepard, Box 302, Troy, N. Y. " 

Congdon genealogy. The Congdon Chronicle, nos. 2 and 3, April and July, 

1921. 8° Price 25 cts. per copy. Address G. E. Congdon, Grafton, Vt. 

Dtirrell genealogy. DurreU [genealogy, descendants of Moses. By Harold 
Clarke Durrell). n. p. 1921. 8 p. 8° Address H. C. Durrell, 36 Bartlett St., 
Arlington, Mass. 

Eddy Family Association, bulletins. Vol. 1, no. 1, Sept. 17, 1921, no. 2, Feb. 1, 

1922. Organized Sept. 15, 1920. Boston, Mass. 8° Address James W. Eddy, 
P. O. Box 1328, Boston 1, Mass. 

Goodwin genealogy. English Goodwin family papers, being material collected 



1922] Recent Books 159 

in the search for the ancestry of William and Ozias Goodwin, immigrants of 1632 
and residents of Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn., 1921. 3 vols. 4° 

Hollingsworth genealogy. Biographical sketch of Hon. David A. Hollings- 
wortli, Cadiz, Ohio. With selected speeches and incidents. By Mrs. L. Ada 
Judkins, Burtoft and Clyde Holhngsworth Judkins. 1920. 339 p. il. pi. por. 
4° Address Clyde H. Judkins, 919 National City Bldg., CleveLand, Ohio. 

Marvin genealogy. 'A portion of the war record of the Marvin family, 1775- 
1921. By Sylvester S. Marvin and Mrs. Mary E. Rumsey. [Boston, T. R. 
Marvin & Son, 1921.) [11+36 p. pi. 4° Privately printed. 

Reade genealogy. The Reade Record, no. 13. The Reade Society. Boston, 
Mass., 1920. 23 + [ll p. il. 8° 

Salisbury genealogy. Salisburian. A genealogical magazine. Vol. 1, no. 6. 
By Elon Galusha Salisbury. Phelps, N. Y., The Flintside Press, 1921. p. 193- 
226, 8° 

Standish genealogy. Captain Myles Standish: his lost lands and Lancashire 
connections. A new investigation. By the Rev. Thomas Cruddas Porteus, B.A., 
B.D. Manchester, at the University Press, Oxford Road. Longmans, Green 
& Co., London, New York, Bombay, 1920. 115 p. fcsm. map pi. por. 12° Price, 
full cloth, 4s. 6d. net, postage extra; paper covers, 3s. 6d. net, postage extra. 

Webster genealogy. Descendants of John Webster, of Warwickshire, Eng., 
born about 1600. Through Sarah Webster, who married Amos Lawrence in 
1757, our Colonial ancestry is traced back to the beginning of the 17th century 
to John Webster, of Warwickshire, Eng., one of the founders of Hartford, Conn., 
1635, and later Governor of the Colony. Henry North Lawrence, born 1826. 
[By Mrs. Edith June (Lawrence) Baker.) n.p. [1921]. 5 p. 8° 

Wtitmarsh genealogy. Whitmarsh genealogy, supplement. By Rev. Newton 
Whitmarsh Bates, n. p. 1921. 12 p. 12° 

The author. Rev. Newton W. Bates, Burton, Ohio, will be glad to receive additional data or 
corrections which may be used in any subsequent supplement. 

Wing genealogy. The Owl. Vol. 22, nos. 1^, 1920-1921. Kewaunee, Wis., 
pubUshed by the Wing Family of America, incorporated. 4° 

BIOGRAPHICAL 

Norton, Thomas Herbert, autobiography. Reflections, retrospective, intro- 
spective, prospective. At the seventieth milestone. By Thomas Herbert Norton. 
New York, June 30, 1921. 32 p. por. 8° 

White, Alfred T., biography. Memorial meeting, Alfred T. White, 1846- 
1921, Sunday, April 3, 1921, Brooklyn Academy of Music, n. p. n. d. 25 p. 8° 

Harvard College, Class of 1871. Eleventh report of the Class of 1871 of 
Harvard College, June, 1921. Fiftieth anniversary. Cambridge, Mass., River- 
side Press, 1921. 6 + [l]+219 + [ll p. pi. por. 8° 

Harvard College, Class of 1881. Fortieth anniversary report (report 7) of 
the Secretary of the Class of 1881 of Harvard College, June 1881-June 1921. 
Cambridge, The University Press, 1921. 9+[lI+291 p. 8° 

HISTORICAL 

(a) General 

American Revolution, Continental Congress. Letters of members of the 
Continental Congress. Edited by Edmund C. Burnett. Vol. 1, August 29, 
1774, to July 4, 1776. Wa.shington, D. C, pubhshed by the Carnegie Institu- 
tion of Washington, 1921. G6+572 p. 4° 

Connecticut, register and manual. State of Connecticut. Register and 
manual, 1921. Prepared by the Secretary. Hartford, pubUshed by the State, 
1921. 671 p. pi. map 12° 

Rhode Island, manual. Manual with rules and orders for the use of the Gen- 



160 Recent Books [April 

eral Assembly of the State of Rhode Island, 1921-1922. By J. Fred Parker, 
Secretary of State. 39+421 p. fcsm. map pi. por. 12° 

(b) Local 

Hartford, Conn., Troop B, history. The origin and fortunes of Troop B. 1788 
Governor's Independent Volunteer Troop of Horse Guards. 1911 Troop B. 
Cavalry, Connecticut National Guard, 1917. Edited by James L. Howard. 
Hartford, Conn., The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1921. 134-261 p. 
map pi. por. 8° 

Niagara Falls, anthology and bibliography. Anthology and bibhography of 
Niagara Falls. Vols. 1 and 2. By Charles Mason Dow, LL.D. Published by 
the State of New York. Albany, J. B. Lyon Co., printers,- 1921. 16 + 1423 p. 
map pi. por. 8° Price S2.50. Address the New York State Library. 

Portsmouth, N. H., soldiers' memorial. The soldiers' memorial. Portsmouth, 
N. H., 1893-1921. Storer Post, No. 1, Department of New Hampshire, Grand 
Army of the Repubhc, Portsmouth, N. II. With record of presentation of flags 
and portraits by the Post to the City, 1890 and 1891. Prepared for our children 
and grandchildren, by Joseph Foster, member Storer Post. Various pagmg, 8° 

St. George, Tangier Smith manor of. The Tangier Smith manor of St. George, 
address delivered at the 8th annual meeting of the New York branch of The 
Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America, held in the City of New York on 
the 24th day of April, 1920. By Rev. Howard Duffield, D.D. Baltimore, 1921. 
32 p. fcsm. pi. por. 8° 

Tisbury, Mayhew manor of. The Mayhew manor of Tisbury, address pre- 
pared for the New York branch of The Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in 
America. By Ida M. Wightman under the supervision of Col. Charles Edward 
Banks. Baltimore, 1921. 36 p. fcsm. il. pi. por. 8° 

Weathersfield, Vt., history. The early history of Weathersfield, Vt. An 
address dcUvered August 16, 1921 at the centennial exercises of the First Con- 
gregational Church, Weathersfield, Vt. By Ernest W. Butterfield, LL.D. 
Commissioner of Education, New Hampshire. 26 p. 8° 

SOCIETIES AND MAGAZINES 
American Historical Association. Annual report of the American Historical 
Association for the year 1918. In two volumes and a supplemental volume. 
Vol. 1. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1921. 487 p. map pi. 8° 

American Historical Association. Annual report of the .American Historical 
Association for the year 1918. In t"wo volumes. Vol. 2. The autobiography 
of Martin Van Buren. Edit«d by John C. Fitxpatrick. Washington, Govern- 
ment Printing Office, 1920. 808 p. 8° 

American Historical Association. Annual report of the American Historical 
Association for the year 1918. Supplement, writings on'American history, 1918. 
Bv Grace Gardner Griffin. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1921. 
22+206 p. 8° 

American Irish Historical Society. The journal of the American Irish His- 
torical Society. John G. Coyle, M.D., Edward J. McGuire, LL.D., Vincent 
F. O'Reilly, editorial committee. Vol. 19 for year 1920 and vol. 20 for year 1921. 
New York, N. Y., pubHshed by the Society, 1921. 286 p. fcsm. por. S° 

Iowa, State Historical Society of. The Palimpsest. Edited by John C. 
Parish. Vols. 1 and 2. Published monthly by The State Historical Society of 
Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 1920-1921. 8° Price 10 cts. per copy: 31 per year. 

"The Palimpaeat is devoted to the diaaemination of Iowa history. In early times palitnpsesta 
were parchments or other materials from which one or more writings had been erased to give room 
for later records. But the erasures were not always complete: and so it became the fascinating 
task of scholars not only to translate the later records but also to reconstruct the original writings 
by deciphering the dim fragments of letters partly erased and partly covered by subsequent texts." 

Lynn Historical Society. The register of the Lynn Historical Society. No. 
22, January, 1918, to November, 1921. Editor, Ellen Mudge Borrill. Lyim, 
Mass., published liy the Society, 1921. 84 p. por. 8° 



1922] Recent Books 161 

Mayflower Descendants, General Society. Proceedings of the ninth general 
congress of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymoutli, Mass., 
Sept. 6 and 7, 1921. Report of the Secretary Generah n. p. n. d. 79 p. 4° 

Mayflower Descendants, General Society, Cole's Hill Memorial. General 
Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1620-1920. Order of exercises, dedication 
of the Cole's Hill Memorial, Sept. 8, 1921, at the First Church, Plymouth, Mass. 
Presiding: Former Governor General Rowland Davis, Chairman of the Com- 
mittee on the Tercentenary Celebration and Permanent Memorial, n. p. n. d. 
31 p. pi. 8° 

National Society of Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America." Lineage 
book of the National Society of Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America. 
Vol. 10, 1921. Copyright, 1922, by National Society of Daughters of Founders 
and Patriots of America. 176 p. 8° 

National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. OSicial bulletin, 
of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Vol. 16, no. 2, 
October, 1921. 64 p. 8° 

National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Official bulletin 
of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Vol. 16, no. 3, 
December, 1921. 62 p. 8° 

National Society United States Daughters of 1812. News-Letter, Vol. 3, nos. 
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 1920-1921. 8° Address Mrs. Clarence F. R. Jenne, 254 Ashley 
St., Hartford, Conn. 

Nebraska State Historical Society. Nebraska History and Record of Pioneer 
Days. Addison E. Sheldon, editor. PubUshed monthly by the Nebraska State 
Historical Society. Lincoln, Nebr., 1919 and 1920. F° Price $2 per year. 

New England Society in the City of New York. One hundred and sixteenth 
anniversary celebration of the New England Society in the City of New York, 
December 22, 1921. [New York, William Green, 1922.) 108 p. 4° 

New York State Historical Association, journal. The Quarterly Journal of 
the New York State Historical Association. Vol. 2, no. 3, July, 1921. Albany, 
N. Y., 1921. p. 141-212, map pi. 8° 

Newport Historical Society, bulletin. Bulletin of the Newport Historical 
Society. Nos. 35, 36, 37, and 38. Newport, R. I., 1921. 8° 

Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association. History and proceedings of the 
Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, 1912-1920. Vol. 6. Published by 
the Association. Deerfield, Mass., 1921. 5+593 p. 8° 

Rhode Island Historical Society. Rhode Island Historical Society Collections. 
Vol. 14, 1921. Address Howard M. Chapin, Librarian, 68 Waterman St., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, bulletin. Old-Time 
New England. The bulletin of The Society for the Preservation of New England 
Antiquities. Vol. 11, July, 1920-April, 1921. Boston, Mass., Harrison Gray 
Otis House, 1921. 8° 

Society of Colonial Wars, New York. The Society of Colonial Wars in the 
State of New York. War service register. Published under the authority of 
the Council by the Secretary. Printed from the income of the Clarence Storm 
Memorial Fund. April, 1921. Publication no. 31. [New Haven, Conn., 
Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1921.] 57 p. 8'=' 

Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Kentucky. The Kentucky 
Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Official Bulletin, Aug. 1, 1921. 
Lodisville, Ky., Marvin 11. Lewis, State President; George D. Caldwell, State 
Secretary, 1921. 19 p. 8° 

Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louisiana. Yearbook of the 
Ix)uisiana Society Sons of the American Revolution, 1919-1920. Officers, com- 
mittees, roster of members, amendments to by-laws, reports of officers, catalogue, 
genealogical library, historical documents. Purposes and objects. How to 



162 Recent Books [Aj^ril] 

become a member. What the Society is doing. New Orleans, La., 1920. HI p. 
il. 8° 

Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louisiana. Yearbook of 
the Louisiana Society Sons of the American Kevolution, 1921. Officers, com- 
mittees, roster of members, amendments to by-laws, reports of officers, genealogi- 
cal library, historical documents. Purposes and objects. How to become a 
member. What the Society is doing. New Orleans, La., 1921. 107 p. map 8° 

Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Rhode Island. Manual of 

the Rhode Island Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1910 to 1920 
inclusive. Organized February 1, 1890, incorporated February 18, 1891. Pub- 
lished by the Society, 1921. 175 p. fcsm. il. pi. por. 8° 

Society of Sons of the Revolution, New York. Sons of the Revolution in the 
State of New York. Addresses delivered by E.x-Senator Albert J. Beveridge of 
Indiana on Washington's birthday, Feb. 22, 1921. 22 p. fcsm. por. 8° 

Society of Sons of the Revolution, Pennsylvania. Annual proceedings, 
Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution, 1920-1921. By the Secretary. 
Published by the Society, Philadelphia, 1921. 94 p. fcsm. 8° 

Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine. Tyler's Quarterly 
Historical and Genealogical Magazine. Vol. 2, no. 4, April, 1921. Editor, 
Lyon G. Tyler, M.A., LL.D. p. 217-287, 8° Address Lyon G. Tyler, 711 
Travelers Bldg., Richmond, Va. 

University of Dlinois Studies in the Social Sciences. University of IlUnois 
Studies in the Social Sciences. Vol. 9, Sept., 1920, no. 3. English Government 
Finance, 1485-1558. Board of Editors: Ernest L. Bogart, Jolm A. FairUe, 
Albert H. Lybyer. Published by the University of Illinois under the auspices 
of the Graduate School, Urbana, 111., 1921. 245 p. 8'= 

.Vermont Historical Society. Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society 
for the years 1919-1920. Copyrighted by The Vermont Historical Society, 
1921. 300 p. por. 8° 

Vineland Historical Magazine. The Vineland Historical Magazine, devoted 
to history, biography, genealogy. January, April, July, October, 1920. Vol. 5, 
noa. 1-4. Published quarterly by the Vineland Historical and Antiquarian 
Society. Vineland, N. J., 1920. 4° 

Vineland Historical Magazine. The Vineland Historical Magazine, devoted 
to history, biography, genealogy. January, April, July, October, 1921. Vol. 6, 
nos. 1-4. Pubhsliod quarterly by the Vineland Historical and Antiquarian 
Society. Vineland, N. J., 1921. 4° 

Western Reserve Historical Society. Publication no. 102. Transactions. 
The Western Reserve Historical Society. Issued October, 1920. Articles of 
corporation, officers, membersliip, annual reports for 1919-1920. Cleveland, 
Ohio, 1920. 79 p. pi. por. 8° 

Western Reserve Historical Society. Publication no. 103. Transactions. 
The Western Reserve Historical Society. Issued October, 1921. Articles of 
corporation, officers, membership, annual reports for 1920-1921. Cleveland, 
Ohio, 1920. 76 p. pi. por. 8° 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Mothers of the Revolution, memorial to. Unveiling of the memorial to the 
Mothers of the Revolution [at Philipstown, N. Y.). October 9, 1921. New 
York, The Evening Post Job Printing Office, 1921. 15-t-llj p. pi. 8° 



THE 
NEW ENGLAND 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 
REGISTER 



SUPPLEMENT TO APRIL NUMBER, 1922 



PROCEEDINGS 



New England 

Historic Genealogical Society 

AT THE 

ANNUAL MEETING, i FEBRUARY 1922 



MEMOIRS OF DECEASED MEMBERS, 1921 




PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 

AT THE ROBERT HENRY EDDY MEMORIAL ROOMS 

9 ASHBURTON PLACE, BOSTON 

1922 



CONTENTS 



Officers Elected by the Society for the Year 1922 . v 

Officers and Committees Appointed by the Council vi 

Report of Proceedings at the Annual Meeting . ix 

Report of the Council xiii 

Committee on Finance xiii 

Committee on Ways and Means xiv 

Committee on Increase of Membership . . . xiv 

Committee on Sale of Publications .... xv 

Committee on Publications xv 

Committee to Assist the Historian .... xv 

Committee on English Research xv 

Committee on Heraldry xvi 

Committee on the Library xvi 

Committee on Collection of Records .... xvi 

Committee on Epitaphs xvii 

Committee on Papers and Essays xvii 

Special Committee on Endowment and Members . xviii 

Special Committee on Mural Memorials . . . xviii 

Special Committee on Rolls of Membership . . xix 

Report of the Librarian xix 

Report of the Corresponding Secretary ... xx 

Report of the Treasurer xxiii 

Report of the Trustees of the Kidder Fund . . xxviii 

Report of the Historian — Necrology for 1921 . xxviii 

Memoirs of Deceased Members xxxiii 

Charter . xcii 



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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY 

FOR THE YEAR 1922 



JOHN CARROLL CHASE Derry, N. H. 

NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D Boston 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Belfast, Me. 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON New London, N. H. 

WILLLAM WALLACE STICKNEY, LL.D Ludlow, Vt. 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. Newport, R. 1. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, M.A., B.D "Hartford, Conn. 

J&ecotbtna ^etretarp 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

Corrcjfponbing g)ecrttarp 

THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, A.B Boston 

treasurer 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . Boston 

Hi&rartan 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

VLi)t Council 
JOHN CARROLL CHASE 
NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D. 
HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B. 
THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, A.B. 
' JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. 
WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW 

For 192S 

Mrs. IDA MARION (CHASE) BAKER Concord 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS (CONANT) HOWES. Allston 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.B. Cambridge 

For 1922, 1923 

ARTHUR WINSLOW PEIRCE, A.B., Litt.D Franklin 

Mrs. ELEANOR COTTON (DENHAM) WARDEN . Boston 

ANDREW FISKE, Ph.D., LL.B Weston 

For 1922, 1923, 1924 

Mrs. SUSAN WATERS (TARBOX) CARR Boston 

EDWARD WILLARD HOWE, A.B Roxbury 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D Boston 

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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY 

FOR THE YEAR 1922 



^reiiibent 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Derry, N. H. 

l^ite ^resibcntiJ 

NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D Boston 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Belfast, Me. 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON New London, N. H. 

WILLIAM WALLACE STICKNEY, LL.D Ludlow, Vt. 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. Newport, R. L 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, M.A., B.D Haxtford, Conn. 

3Recorttns ^ecretarp 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

CorrcSponbing g>etretarp 

THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, A.B Boston 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . Boston 

Hibrarian 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

^Cfjt Council 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE 
NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D. 
HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B. 
THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, A.B. 
' JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. 
WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW 

For 1922 

Mhs. IDA MARION (CHASE) BAKER Concord 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS (CONANT) HOWES . Allston 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.B. Cambridge 

For 1922, 1923 

ARTHUR WINSLOW PEIRCE, A.B., Litt.D Franklin 

Mrs. ELEANOR COTTON (DENHAM) WARDEN . Boston 

ANDREW FISICE, Ph.D., LL.B Weston 

For 1922, 192S, 1924 

Mrs. SUSAN WATERS (TARBOX) CARR Boston 

EDWARD \VILLARD HOWE, A.B Roxbury 

MYLES STANDISH, A.m., M.D., S.D Boston 

(v) 



OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 
FOR THE YEAR 1922 



APPOINTED BY THE COUNCIL 



LEWIS WILDER inCKS, M.A WcUesley 

(Ebitor of publications 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

Committee on Jftnante 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE, Chairman ex officio .... Derry, N. H. 

EDWARD WILLARD HOWE, A.B Roxbury 

William prescott greenlaw winthrop 

ARTHUR WINSLOW PEIRCE, A.B., Litt.D Franklin 

WILLIAM CHURCHILL BRIGGS SomerviUe 

WILLIAM OGILVIE COMSTOCK, E.M Brookline 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B., ex 

officio Boston 

Committee on Wayi anb ifleans 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON, Chairman . . Canton 

LAWRENCE BRAINERD Cambridge 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

Mrs. IDA LOUISE (FARR) MILLER Wakefield 

THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, A.B Boston 

HENRY BEECHER REED South Weymouth 

GEORGE WINSLOW WIGGIN* . . . ■ Franklin 

Committee on STntreaSe of ;f?lemljersfjip 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D., Chairman . . Boston 

JOSEPH GRAFTON MINOT Boston 

LUTHER ATWOOD, A.B Lynn 

EDWARD HOLMES KITTREDGE, A.B Arlington 

HAROLD BOWDITCH, A.B., M.D Brookline 

JOSEPH HARVEY WHITE Chestnut Hill 

Mrs. IDA MARION (CHASE) BAKER Concord 

Committee on ^ale of ^ublitationss 

CHARLES ELIOT GOODSPEED, Chairman Wollaston 

WILLIAM BROWN SNOW Maiden 

SAMUEL BRADLEE DOGGETT Boston 

EVERETT JEFTS BEEDE, A.B Behnont 

CHARLES EMILE LAURIAT, Jr West Newton 

ANDREW McCANCE Roxbury 

HENRY JOSEPH STEVENSON, S.B East Boston 

iMr. Wiggin died 23 March 1922. 

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Committee on ^ublicationst 

JAMES PARIvER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., Chairman Arlington 

HOSEA STARR BALLOU Brookline 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. . Newport, R. I. 

JOHN WALLACE SUTER, A.B., S.T.D Winchester 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brookline 

GEORGE RITCHIE MARVIN, A.M Brookline 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B., ex officio .... Medford 

Committee to '3iiiiit tfje J^istorian 

ANDREW FISKE, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman Weston 

ANSON TITUS Somerville 

CHARLES SIDNEY ENSIGN, Jr., A.B., J.B Newton 

Mrs. ETHEL (STANWOOD) BOLTON, A.B Shirley 

Mrs. MARION (FOBES) BRAINERD Cambridge 

T. JULIEN SILSBY Brookline 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B., ex officio Medford 

Committee on CngliSfj 3Re£(carcl) 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B., 

Chairman Newport, R. I. 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brookline 

JOHN BARBER WHITE ' . . . . Kansas City, Mo. 

GEORGE FRANCIS DOW Topsfield 

FREDERICK SAMUEL FISH, A.B South Bend, Ind. 

VINCENT BURROUGH REDSTONE Woodbridge, Eng. 

Committee on J^eralbrp 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.B., Chairman . . . Cambridge 

BOYLSTON ADAMS BEAL, A.B., LL.B Nahant 

CHARLES KNOWLES BOLTON, A.B Shirley 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

WILLIAM TRUMAN ALDRICH, S.B Boston 

Committee on tfjc 5.ifararp 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B., 

Chairman Boston 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Derry, N. H. 

GEORGE SAWIN STEWART, A.B Watertown 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON New London, N. H. 

Miss IDELLE KEYES Boston 

Mrs. SUSAN WATERS (TARBOX) CARR Boston 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio . . . Winthrop 

Committee on Collection of 3RecorlJ£( 

WALTER ICENDALL WATKINS, Chairman Maiden 

CLARENCE SAUNDERS BRIGHAM, A.M Worcester 

SAMUEL BURNIL'^M SHACKFORD, A.B., LL.B. . . Dover, N. H. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, M.A., B.D Hartford, Conn. 

GEORGE HUNT BARTON, S.B Cambridge 

WILLIAM BRADFORD BROWNE North Adams 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio . . . Winthrop 
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Committee on (Epitapfjjf 

HAROLD CLARKE DURRELL, A.B., Chairman . . . Arlington 

WILLIAM DAVIS PATTERSON Wiscasaet, Me. 

OTIS GRANT HAMMOND, A.M Concord, N. H. 

Mrs. KATE EUGENIA (MORRIS) CONE, A.B., Ph.D. Hartford, Vt. 

Mrs. JESSIE ALICE (WOODS) PORTER Springfield 

Miss EDITH MAY TILLEY Newjwrt, R. I. 

LUCIUS BARNES BARBOUR, A.B. . Hartford, Conn. 

Committee on papers anb CS6ap;S 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS (CONANT) HOW^S, 

Chairman Allston 

Miss JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH RAYNE Cambridge 

Miss MARY ST. BARBE EUSTIS Brookline 

Mrs. AGNES BEVILLE (VAUGHAN) TEDCASTLE . MUton 

Mrs. BELLE AUGUSTA (SEAVEY) FLOYD .... Wmthrop 

Mrs. ELEANOR COTTON (DENHAM) WARDEN . Boston ' 

Mrs. HOPE MANCHESTER (HAYNES) WHEELER Augusta, Me. 



g>pecial Committee on ^RebiSton of tfie Pp-Xatog* 

JAMES PARKER PARMENTER, A. M.,LL.B., Chairman Arlington 

WALDO LINCOLN, A.B Worcester 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Deny, N. H. 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

SAMUEL MITCIIEI,,L CHILD, LL.B West Roxbury 

Special Committee on Cnbotoment anb Memhtrit 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE, Chairman Derry, N. H. 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . Boston 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D Boston 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS (CONANT) HOWES. Allston 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.B Cambridge 

JOSEPH HARVEY WHITE Chestnut Hill 

Special Committee on iflural iHemorialst 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.B., ChairTuan . . . Cambridge 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS (CONANT) HOWES . Allston 

EDMUND INGERSOLL LEEDS Newton 

WILLIAM TRUMAN ALDRICH, S.B Boston 

♦Appointed by the President in acoordance with a vote of the Society of 1 April 1914, and Berv- 
iog iintil discharged by the Society. 
fAppointed by the Council. 



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PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING 



The seventy-eighth annual meeting of the Society was held on 
Wednesday, 1 February 1922, at 2.30 P.M., in Wilder Hall, 9 Ash- 
burton Place, Boston, President Chase presiding and a quorum 
being present. 

The minutes of the meeting of 4 January 1922 were read and 
approved, and the monthly reports of the Corresponding Secretary, 
Librarian, Historian, and Council were accepted, the Council report- 
ing that since the January meeting members of the Society had been 
elected as follows: 

Lije Members 

Robert Irving Farrington of St. Paul, Minn. 

Henry Manning Garlick of Youngstown, Ohio 

Henry Edwards Huntington of New York City 

Fayette Phelps Leach of East Highgate, Vt. 

Arthur Dorrance of Riverton, N. J. 

Katharine May Edwards of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Resident Members 
Mrs. Charles Francis Wetherell of Dorchester, Mass. 
Holiis Russell Bailey of Boston, Mass. 
Mrs. George Clarke Bryant of Ansonia, Conn. 
James Edward Kelley of Somerville, Mass. 
Mrs. Robert Burns Walker of Needham, Mass. 
Winifred Holman of Watertown, Mass. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the annual reports of the Council, including its committees, the 
Librarian, the Corresponding Seoretarj-, the Treasurer, the Trustees of the Ividder 
Fund, and the Historian, being presented in print and now in the hands of the 
meeting, be accepted and ordered filed with the originals. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the Society proceed to the election of officers and councillors, 
agreeable to the provisions of the By-Laws. 

That three tellers t>e appointed by the Chair, and that said tellers shall dis- 
tribute, receive, sort, and count the ballots, and make a report to this meeting. 

That the polls be now opened, and stand open until every member present 
has had opportunity to vote. 

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PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING 



The seventy-eighth annual meeting of the Society was held on 
Wednesday, 1 February 1922, at 2.30 P.M., in Wilder Hall, 9 Ash- 
burton Place, Boston, President Chase presiding and a quorum 
being present. 

The minutes of the meeting of 4 January 1922 were read and 
approved, and the monthly reports of the Corresponding Secretary, 
Librarian, Historian, and Council were accepted, the Council report- 
ing that since the January meeting members of the Society had been 
elected as follows : 

Life Members 

Robe*t Irving Farrington of St. Paul, Minn. 

Henry Manning Garlick of Youngstown, Ohio 

Henry Edwards Huntington of New York City 

Fayette Phelps Leach of East Highgate, Vt. 

Arthur Dorrance of Riverton, N. J. 

Katherine May Edwards of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Resident Members 
Mrs. Charles Francis Wetherell of Dorchester, Mass. 
HolUs Russell Bailey of Boston, Mass. 
Mrs. George Clarke Bryant of Ansonia, Conn. 
James Edward Kelley of Somerville, Mass. 
Mrs. Robert Burns Walker of Needham, Mass. 
Winifred Holman of Watertown, Mass. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the annual reports of the Council, including its committees, the 
Librarian, the Corresponding Secretarj-, the Treasurer, the Trustees of the Kidder 
Fund, and the Historian, being presented in print and now in the hands of the 
meeting, be accepted and ordered filed with the originals. 

On motion it was 

Voled, That the Society proceed to the election of officers and councillors, 
agreeable to the provisions of the By-Laws. 

That three tellers be appointed by the Chair, and that said tellers shall dis- 
tribute, receive, sort, and count the ballots, and make a report to this meeting. 

That the polls be now opened, and stand open until every member present 
has had opportunity to vote. 

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X N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

The Chair appointed as tellers Messrs. Henry Beecher Reed 
and Henry Joseph Stevenson and Mrs. Lawrence Brainerd, 
and the election bj' ballot of officers and councillors took place. 

After the polls had been closed, the Chair presented, as the speaker 
of the afternoon, Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes, A.M., D.D., LL.D., 
of Maiden, Mass., who read a stimulating paper entitled Three 
Massachusetts Clergymen, in which he gave a vivid description of 
the life work of Michael Wigglesworth, Adoniram Judson, and Gilbert 
Haven, each of whom was connected with Maiden and exerted a 
powerful influence for good in his day and generation. 

On motion of Edward Willard Howe it was 

Voted, That the thanks of the Society be extended to Bishop Huohes for his 
interesting paper. 

The tellers then made their report, which showed that officers 
and councillors had been elected as follows: 

PTesident 
John Carroll Chase, of Derry, N. H. 

Vice Presidents 
Nathan Matthews, of Boston, Mass. 
Alfred Johnson, of Belfast, Me. 
Albert Henry Lamson, of New London, N. H. 
William Wallace Stickney, of Ludlow, Vt. 
George Andrews Moriarty, Jr., of Newport, R. I. 
George Seymour Godard, of Hartford, Conn. 

Recording Sex:rclary 
Henry Edwards Scott, of Medford, Mass. 

Correspondin/j Secretary 
Thornton Kirkland Lothrop, of Boston, Mass. 

Treasurer 
James Melville Hunnewell, of Boston, Mass. 

Librarian 
William Prescott Greenlaw, of Winthrop, Mass. 
Councillors for the term of three years, 1922, 1923, 192i 
, Mrs. Susan Waters (Tarbox) Carr, of Boston, Mass. 
Edward Willard Howe, of Roxbury, Mass. 
Myles Standish, of Boston, Mass. 

President Chase, in a few brief words of thanks, accepted the 
office of President to which he had been reelected, and then, on 
motion, it was 



PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING XI 

Voted, That the New England Historic Genealogical Society enters on its 
records at this time its appreciation of the services rendered by the retiring 
Councillor, Mrs. Agnes Seville (Vauqhan) Tedcastle, who during her term 
of office has given of her time, her thought, and her counsel that the broad pur- 
poses of the Society, the collection and preservation of genealogical records for 
the public benefit, might be attained. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the proceedings of this meeting, with the annual reports accepted- 
and the biographical notices of deceased members, be printed as a supplement 
to the April, 1922, number of The New Enqla^id Historical and Genealogical 
Register, that a copy of said Supplement be mailed to every member of the 
Society not receiving the Register, to the families of members deceased during 
the past year, and to exchanging societies, and that the Council be charged with 
the execution of this order. 

The President then announced that Messrs. Goodspeed and 
Valentine, proprietors of Goodspeed's Bookshop, 5A Park Street, 
Boston, had leased for ten years from the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society the entire building numbered 9A Ashburton 
Place, and had established there a branch of their Park Street store, 
that the Society had remodelled and strengthened the building, 
making it suitable for its new purpose, and that the members of the 
Society and their guests were invited to visit and inspect this new 
store. 

The President announced also that in a few daj's the Massachusetts 
Societj' of the Sons of the American Revolution would occupy as 
permanent headquarters the Moses Kimball Memorial Room on the 
street floor of the Society's building. 

No further business being presented, the Chair, at 3.50 P.M., 
declared the meeting dissolved, and invited the members of the 
Society and their guests to remain for the usual social hour. Refresh- 
ments were served under the auspices of the Committee on Papers 
and Essays in the tea room on the auditorium floor and also in the 
Moses Kimball Memorial Room on the street floor. 

Henry Edwards Scott, 

Recording Secretary. 



REPORT OF THE COUNCIL 

Prepared by Mrs. Agnes Beville (Vauqhan) Tedcastle 

During the year 1921 the Council has sustained heavy losses in 
the deaths of four of its valued and efEcient members, the venerable 
President of the Society, James Phinney Baxter, the beloved Treas- 
urer and generous benefactor, George Lambert Gould, and the 
faithful, able, and genial Councillors, William Eben Stone and Frank 
Ernest Woodward. 

The prosperity of the Society, which has been brought about in 
large measure through the work of the Special Committee on Endow- 
ment and Members and the Special Committee on Mural Memorials, 
is gratifying, yet the need of additional funds must not be overlooked. 

There is a pressing and appealing need of money for the cataloguing 
of the Library and for the expansion of the publication work of the 
Society, as well as for binding. 

The Council calls attention with pride to the varied uses of the 
Society's Library and its other resources by conveyancers, trustees, 
overseers of the poor, and lawyers searching for heirs. 

Our work, as the name of the Society suggests, is at once historical, 
genealogical, and biographical. Macaulay has well said that "His- 
tory, in its state of ideal perfection, is a compound of poetry and 
philosophy." 

The reports of the various standing and special committees, which 
follow this report, are so complete that detailed notice of the work 
of the Society is unnecessarj'. 



The Report of the Committee on Finance, by WOliam Prescott 
Greenlaw: 

The legacy of $4,000 bequeathed to the Society by the late Albert 
Crane of Stamford, Conn., mentioned in the last two annual reports 
of the Committee, still remains unpaid. The Assistant Treasurer 
wrote to the executors of Mr. Crane's will in December 1921, and 
received the following reply: 

"The situation concerning this estate has not materially changed since I wrote 
you last November [1920J. The bulk of the estate of Mr. Crane was in New York 
real estate, and that which is available for the payment of pecuniary legacies 
consists of unimproved property in the portion of the city where there is now 
very little demand owing to the high cost of building. This condition has con- 
tinued for several years, and I cannot say when it will cease. If we were to force 
a sale of the property at this time, it would result in non-payment of legacies, 
because of insufficient estate. The first opportunity which presents itself of 
obtaining a sufficient price for this property will be seized, and when there are 
sufficient funds the legacies will be paid." 

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XIV N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Victor Channing Sanborn, of Kenilworth, Cook Co., 111., a resident 
member of this Society since 1895, by his will, dated 26 July 1918, 
bequeathed to this Society SI, 000, without restrictions. Mr. Sanborn 
died 13 January 1921, and his e.xecutrix paid S957.25 to the Treasurer 
on 13 October 1921, being the net amount of the legacy after deducting 
the inheritance tax assessed by the State of Illinois. 

During the year the Society's building numbered 9A Ashburton 
Place has been leased for ten years to Messrs. Goodspeed and Valen- 
tine, proprietors of Goodspeed's Bookshop. The change in the 
kind of occupancy made it necessary to strengthen the building and 
to do considerable fireproofing. This property as a lodging house 
has been far from profitable while held by the Society. Under this 
lease it will hereafter produce a satisfactory return. The character 
of its new use will also be more in keeping with the Society's work. 

The new Treasurer, Mr. James Melville Hunnewell, who was 
elected at the December meeting of the Society, has made a change 
in the treatment of dues and subscriptionSr so that hereafter they 
will appear in the accounts of the years to which they belong. This 
will materially affect the Treasurer's annual report, and will make a 
large apparent deficit for 1921. For the purpose of comparison with 
former accounts- the amounts of dues and subscriptions collected in 
advance in 1921 but carried over to 1922 need to be taken into 
consideration. 

The Committee has been particularly unfortunate this year in 
the loss of its oldest and its most active members, Hon. James 
Phinney Baxter, Chairman since 9 January 1901, and Mr. George 
Lambert Gould, Treasurer since 6 February 1918 and a member of 
the Committee since 2 May 19,17. Both of these men were much 
interested in the welfare of the Society and were regular attendants 
at the meetings of this committee. 

The Librarian, who has been also Assistant Treasurer, by appoint- 
ment of the Council, since 2 January 1918, carried on the work of 
the Treasurer's office, after Mr. Gould became incapacitated early 
in August, until the new Treasurer was elected in December. 



The Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, by WilUam 
Streeter Richardson, Chairman: 

The conditions as reported for the year 1920 have been continued 
through 1921 with marked success by the work of the Special Com- 
mittee on Endowment and Members and that of the Special Com- 
mittee on Mural Memorials. The resulting improvement in finances 
and in the interior interest and decoration of our house is very 
gratifying. 

The Report of the Committee on Increase of Membership, by 
Myles Standish, A.M., M.D., S.D., Chairman: 

This committee has been inactive again this year because its field 
has been fully occupied by the Special Committee on Endowment and 
Members, of which the Chairman of this committee has been a member. 



REPORTS OF COMMITTEES 



When the work of the Special Committee is finished, this one 
will again resume its activities. 



The Report of the Committee on Sale of Publications, by Charles 
Eliot Goodspeed, Chairman: 

In 1921 the sales of miscellaneous publications were somewhat 
less than in 1920. The circulation of the New England Historical 
AND Genealogical Register increased slightly. 



The Report of the Committee on Publications, by James Parker 
Parmenter, A.M., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Publications reports that during the year 1921 
the work of preparing for publication the voluminous Vital Records 
of Nantucket has been continued from time to time, as opportunity 
offered, and that considerable work also has been done in compiling 
the records of other towns. The high cost of printing, however, still 
renders it inadvisable to proceed with the publication of vital records 
under the law providing for the purchase and distribution of these 
books by the Commonwealth. 

The Register, with its Supplements, has been published as 
usual, the issues for 1921 forming the seventy-fifth volume of this 
magazine. 

The Report of the Committee to Assist the Historian, by Andrew 
Fiske, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee to Assist the Historian has the honor to report 
that it has held one meeting during the year, namely on 20 December 
1921, when it rendered to the Historian such assistance as he required. 



The Report of the Committee on English Research, by George 
Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., Chairman: 

During the past year the work of the Committee has been kept 
up as usual. The article in the Register on the Gifford ancestry 
of WiUiam Sargent, dating back to 1284, has been continued and 
finished, and records have been furnished by the Chairman of the 
Committee as the result of his investigations in the winter of 1920-21 
in England. The Chairman collected a large amount of material 
while in England, and some of this has been placed at the disposal 
of the Register. 

Meantime arrangements have been made for the purchase of an 
article on the Weeden family from Mrs. Elizabeth (French) Bartlett, 
and an article on the Jenkin family has been secured from Eben 
Putnam, partly at the expense of the Committee and partly at the 
expense of the Chairman, who also worked on the problem regarding 
the Eaton-Jenkins family of Kent. 

On 21 December 1921, under the auspices of the Committee on 
Papers and Essays, an open forum was held for the discussion of 



XVI N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

English Research, which was weO attended and showed that the 
members of the Society have great interest in this branch of genea- 
logical investigation. 

The Report of the Committee on Heraldry, by Robert Dickson 
Weston, A.B., Chairman: 

The Committee notices a marked revival of interest in the subject 
of heraldry. A number of applications for the registration of fine 
old coats have been made or come into view during the past year. 
We have carried our work far enough to be convinced that several 
hundred arms will ultimately be registered and that our records will 
furnish picturesque evidence that the colonists brought to New 
England much more of gentle blood than has usually been supposed. 



The Report of the Committee on the Library, by Mrs. Mary 
Ella (Stickney) Randall: 

Registration of visitors to the Library shows a gain of more than 
forty per cent over the previous year. This increase brings the 
registration slightly above the point indicated for 1921 by the trend 
of the last thirty years. The registration in 1921 was sbc times larger 
than in 1892. The recovery from the depression caused by the 
World War has been much more rapid than during the period follow- 
ing the War with Spain. In that case registration did not get back 
to normal until 1905. The continued growth of interest in American 
family history as measured by the use of this library is very gratify- 
ing, and indicates that the Society is effectively carrying on the 
work it was chartered to perform. 

The accessions for the year are considerably above the average 
in number, but not as'many genealogies as usual have been acquired. 
The decrease in family histories published is almost wholly due to 
the excessive cost of printing. 

During the year a much larger amount of rebinding has been accom- 
plished, yet much more needs to be done in the immediate future. 

It has been necessarj' this year to withdraw many duplicates from 
use and to rearrange the books in the entire second tier of the stack 
to provide space for the growth of the collections of directories and 
States outside of New England. 

Estimates were obtained for the erection of a two-tier stack in 
one of the great vaults, where the Society's rare books and manu- 
scripts are kept. The cost of doing this at present is so high that the 
Committee did not think it expedient to undertake it now. 



The Report of the Committee on Collection of Records, by 
Walter Kendall Watkins, Chairman: 

During the year 1921 the manuscript collections received numbered 
fourteen. Nine of these were notes on the following families: Miles, 
Lovett, Cable, Groenleaf, Fish, Lawrence, Wilmarth, Williams, and 
Ammidown. 



REPORTS OF COMMITTEES XVU 

The more extensive collections of notes were compiled by Hon. 
Holmes Ammidown, Rev. Arthur W. Stanford, and Mrs. Ethel 
Stanwood Bolton. 

The Report of the Committee on Epitaphs, by Harold Clarke 
Durrell, A.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Epitaphs reports the receipt during the year 
1921 of a pamphlet of 135 pages entitled "Burials and Inscriptions 
in the Walnut Street Cemetery, Brookline, Mass.," the gift of 
Harriet Alma Cummings of Brookline, of copies of inscriptions in 
the VaUey View Cemetery, Ticonderoga, N. Y., in the Baker Street 
Burying Ground, Schroon Lake, Essex Co., N. Y., and in the cemetery 
at South Schroon, Essex Co., N. Y., gifts from Mrs. Frank Haviland 
of HoUiston, Mass., and of a pamphlet of 64 pages, entitled "Three 
Ancient Cemeteries in New Hampshire," the gift of Annie Sanford 
Head of Boston. 



The Report of the Committee on Papers and Essays, by Mrs. 
Florence Reynolds (Conant) Howes, Chairman: 

The Committee on Papers and Essays provided the following 
eight lectures for the stated meetings of the year 1921 : 

5 January. — "John Singleton Copley and His Sitters," by Frank W. Bayley 
of Boston. 

5 February. — "The Boston of Bulfinch," by Martha A. S. Shannon of Boston. 
£ March. — "The Influence of the Dissenting Spirit upon the New England 

Character," by Hon. Charles GrenfiU Washburn, A.B., S.B., of Worcester, Mass. 

6 April. — -"Changing Ideals in Education," by Sarah Louise Arnold, A.M., 
Dean Emerita of Simmons College. 

4 May. — "Old New England Gardens," by Loring Underwood of Boston. 

5 October. — "American Doorways of the Eighteenth Centurj'," by Edwin 
James Hipkiss, Keeper in the Department of Western Art, Museum of Fine 
Arts, Boston. 

2 November. — "The Spirit of Maine," by Alfred Johnson, A.M., Litt.D., 
Vice President for Maine. 

7 December. — "Beautiful New Hampshire," by George N. Cross, A.M., of 
Randolph, N. H. 

Six of the lectures were illustrated with stereopticon views, and 
all were followed by a social hour in the tea room. 

On 21 December, in commemoration of Forefathers' Day, the 
Committee arranged an extra meeting. It took the form of an open 
forum in which "English Research" was discussed under the leader- 
ship of G. Andrews Moriarty, Jr., Chairman of the Committee on 
English Research. This experiment proved so successful that requests 
for similar meetings have been received and are under consideration. 

The average attendance for the year was 287, the largest since 
1913, the first year in the new building. 

The Committee takes this opportunity to express its appreciation 
of the generosity of various members of the Society who have con- 
tributed towards defraying the expenses of the meetings. 



XVlll N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

The Report of the Special Committee on Endowment and Mem- 
bers, by Mrs. Florence Reynolds (Conant) Howes, Secretary: 

By action of the Council the work of the Special Committee on En- 
dowment and Members was continued for a third year, and, although 
financial conditions prevented as brilliant a success as in the two 
years previous, the results have been satisfactory, and the Committee 
is deeply appreciative of the gracious responses from many donors. 

Members who had already contributed generous gifts added to 
their donations, and others who had heretofore not been affiliated 
with the Society sent contributions of various amounts. 

The interest thus manifested by individuals in all parts of the 
country in the work that the Society is doing leads the Committee 
to suggest that its activities be continued along similar lines, perhaps 
by one of the standing committees of the Society, and that special 
consideration be given to the work of securing new members. 



The Report of the Special Committee on Mural Memorlals, by 
Robert Dickson Weston, A.B., Chairman: 

Some seventy-six tablets have been paid or subscribed for, and 
the duty of getting them inscribed properly, designed by competent 
artists, carved in wood or stone, and erected in suitable places on the 
walls of the corridors and stairways has fallen on this committee. 

Each tablet presents its own peculiar problems. The wishes of 
the donor in respect to the inscription must be complied with, so far 
as space, truth, propriety, artistic requirements, and economy 
permit. The inscription must be phrased and arranged. The artist 
must be chosen, and his work, not only with reference to taste but 
with reference to economy, must be supervised. And, finally, the 
place for the tablet must be selected so as to produce an effect that 
is harmonious without being monotonous. 

The semipublic nature of the work has stimulated an interest and 
friendly rivalry among young architects. The result has been that 
we have been able to employ a much higher order of artistic taste 
and skill than our means commanded. The artists have done their 
part for a nominal price. 

It requires little imagination to understand that the work of this 
committee cannot be finished in haste. Every portion of it takes 
time — time on the part of the Committee and time on the part of 
those who cooperate in producing the tablets. There are now twenty- 
four tablets in place, four more in the hands of the stonecutters, 
besides the tablet to Lincoln, which is nearly ready to be cast in 
bronze, four more have been designed, and four are being designed. 

Your committee is pleased with most of the tablets that are now 
in place, and thinks that they add much to the interest and dignity 
of the building. 

The Chairman cannot refrain from paying a tribute to the tact and 
devotion of the Secretarj', Mrs. Howes, and to the cheerful patience 
with which she has held the rest of us to the performance of our 
respective tasks. 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN XIX 

The Report of the Special Committee on Rolls of Membership, 
by William Prescott Greenlaw: 

In 1892 the Society published a volume of "Rolls of Membership 
of the New England Historic Genealogical Society" from its beginning 
to the end of the year 1S91, with complete records of the various 
classes of members for the period covered. Since 1891 the Corre- 
sponding Secretaries have kept an alphabetical list of all members 
admitted, and the Treasurers have kept alphabetical lists of the 
several classes of members; but neither the Treasurers nor the 
Secretaries have continued the rolls of membership in chronological 
order. In September 1920 the Librarian was appointed by the 
Council to continue the work of the former committee and complete 
the rolls to date. 

Considerable progress has been made on this task during the last 
sixteen months. The record of aU members living at the beginning 
of 1892 has been made nearly complete by filling in the date and 
manner of all memberships which have terminated and adding data 
relating to degrees and changes from one class of membership to 
another, and most of the information has been gathered and checked 
up for the continuation of the rolls since that date. 

There are on the membership lists, at the beginning of 1922, 12 
Honorary, 48 Corresponding, 533 Pilgrim Tercentenary, 436 Life, 
and 818 Resident Members, a total of 1847 in all classes. Of the 
Life Members, there are 65 in the thirty-dollar, 322 in the fifty-dollar, 
and 49 in the one-hundred-dollar divisions; and of the Resident 
Members, there are 73 in the three-dollar, 611 in the five-dollar and 
134 in the ten-dollar divisions. This does not include a number of 
persons who have paid in advance and wiD become Resident or Life 
Members early in 1922. 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

Presented by William Prescott GREE>fLAW 

The total accessions for the year 1921 number 2521 volumes, 556 
pamphlets, and 54 miscellaneous articles. Of these, 175 volumes and 
71 pamphlets were purchased; 2291 volumes, 481 pamphlets, and 
54 miscellaneous articles were given or deposited; and 55 volumes 
and 4 pamphlets were received in exchange. One hundred and sixty- 
nine genealogies were acquired during the year. 

There has been an increase in the number of persons seeking 
genealogical information, especially towards the end of the year. 

A largq number of modern directories have been added, and many 
files of New England cities made complete or nearly so. It is believed 
that, when it becomes generally known that the Society has such 
a large collection of directories, this department wiU be much more 
useful. 



N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING 
SECRETARY 

Presented by Thornton Kjrkland Lothrop, A.B. 



Boston, 31 December 1921. 

Below are given the names and residences of those who have 
joined the Society during the year 1921 and those who have been 
transferred from one class of membership to another. 

Honorary Members 

Sir Henrj- Farnh.im Burke London, Eng. 

Hubert Hall London, Eng. 

Hon. Warren Gamaliel Harding Marion, Ohio 

Corresponding Me.mbers 

Maj. Alfred Trego Butler London, Eng. 

Sir Frederic George Kenyon London, Eng. 

Denis Aloysius McCarthy Arlington 

Vincent Burrough Redstone Woodbridge, Eng. 

James Sprunt Wilmington, N. C. 

Margaret Maria, Lady Verney Menai Bridge, Wales 

PiLGRi.M Tercentenary Members by Succession 

Mrs. Van Wagenen Ailing (Bertha Baker) .... Lake Forest, III. 

(succeeded Howard Baker) 

Hod. Percival Proctor Baxter Portland, Me. 

(succeeded Hon. James Phinney Baxter) 

Kirkland Hopkins Gibson Chestnut Hill 

(succeeded George Alonzo Gibson) 

Bertram Cheever Gould Topsfield 

(succeeded George Lambjert Gould) 

Mrs. George WilbertGrandin (Mabel Gordon Burnham) Cleveland, Ohio 

(succeeded Thomas Winston Burnham) 

John Frank Wilkes Charlotte, N. C. 

(succeeded Jane Wilkes) 

Eva Wilson Winnetka, 111. 

(succeeded Everett Wilson) 

Life Member Transferred to Pilgri.m Tercentenary Me.mbership 

Hall Park McCullough New York, N. Y. 

Life Members 

Thomas Wright Bacot Charleston, S. C. 

Sarah Rodman Baldwin Baltimore, Md. 

Wallace M. Ballard Muncie, Ind. 

Chester Alwyn Braman New York, N. Y. 

Frederick Foster Brewster New Haven, Conn. 

Henry Stanton Chapman Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Burnham .Standish Colburn West Asheville, N. C. 

Edward Hutchins Cutler St. Paul, Minn. 

Arthur Dorrance Riverton, N. J. 

Eugene NN'inslow Durkee New York, N. Y. 



REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

Katherine May Edwards Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rol)ert Irving Farrington St. Paul, Minn. 

Mrs. Paul Fitz-Simons (Ellen French) Newport, R. I. 

Austin Bradstrect Fletcher Sacramento, Calif. 

Henry Manning Garhck Youngstown, Ohio 

Louis Thorn Golding St. Joseph, Mo. 

Ca^ar Augustin GrasselU Cleveland, Ohio 

Eugene J. Hainer Lincoln, Nebr. 

Mrs. William Lamson Harkness (Edith Hale) . . . New York, N. Y. 

Francis Lee Higginson Boston 

Charles Allen Howard Aberdeen, S. Dak. 

Henry Edwards Huntington New York, N._Y. 

Joseph Andrew Jeffrey Columbus, Ohio 

Oliver Gould Jennings Fairfield, Conn. 

Jesse Holman Jones Houston, Tex. 

Louis Ellsworth Laflin . • Princeton, N. J. 

.Charles Emile Lauriat, Jr West Newton 

Fayette Phelps Leach East Highgate, Vt. 

George B. Lester New York, N. Y. 

Julius Levy Baltimore, Md. 

\\'illy Levj- . . . ... . . New York, N. Y. 

Mrs! Charles Perly Libby (Elizabeth Jennie Sarah 

Taylor) Chicago, III. 

Mrs. John Munro Longyear (Mary Hawley Beecher) . Brookline 

Mrs. August Robert Mej'er (Emma Jane Hixon) . . Kansas City, Mo. 

Mrs. Alfred Filler Moore (Emily Louisa KeUogg) . . Philadelphia, Pa. 

Edward Allen Olds New York, N. Y. 

Samuel Pratt New York, N. Y. 

Theodore Prince New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Lemuel Ely Quigg (Ethel Gi*ynna Murray) . . New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Irving Edward Raymond (Maude Sloane Sinclair) Stamford, Conn. 

WiUiam Goodsell Rockefeller Greenwich, Conn. 

Frederick Camber Russell AUston 

Daniel Schnakenberg New York, N. Y. 

Edward Hamilton Squibb Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Edward Weston Newark, N. J. 

Resident Me.mbers 

Mrs. Robert Bradley Abbott (Winnie Chamberhn) . . Anaconda, Mont. 

Mrs. Boiling Greenleaf Abercrombie (Margaret Child) Kingston 

Harry Frank Ammidown Southbridge 

Walter Austin Dedham 

Holhs Russell Bailey Boston 

Churchill Jones Bartlett Marlin, Tex. 

Harold Niles Blake Anaconda, Mont. 

Charles Henry Bradley Boston 

Edward Breck Brookline 

William Dawson Bridge Orange, N. J. 

Alexander Timothy Brown Syracuse, N. Y. 

Lynn Eugene Brown Cortland, N. Y. 

Mrs. George Clarke Bryant (Florence Adele Farrel) . .\nsonia. Conn. 

Lee Sherman Chadwick Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. Mary Bosworth Clarke Oakland, Calif. 

Mary Ellen Coventry Burlington, Vt. 

Mrs. John Wesley Cram (Katherine May Holton) . . Colrain 

Harriet Alma Cummings Brookhhe 

Evvie Fuller Dalby Hyde Park 

Frank Merton Ewer Jamaica Plain 

Mrs. Frederick Atherton Fernald (NataUe Richmond) . Washington, D. C. 

Allan Forbes Boston 

Edwin Eraser Gillette* Pasadena, Cahf. 

*Transferrcd from Pilgrim Tercentenary Membership at his own request. 



XXII N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Maj. William Howe Greene St. John's, Newfound- 
land 

Mrs. Olive Harriet Harwood Benton Harbor, Mich. 

Mrs. Russell Hastings (Katharine B.) New York, N. V. 

Courtenay Hemenway Wallingford, Conn. 

Mylcs Hemenwav New York, N. Y. 

Grace Greenleaf Hilcr Jamaica PLiin 

George Coulter Jackson Anaconda, Mont. 

James Edward Kelley Somerville 

William Sumner Kemp Brookhne 

Genevieve King San Francisco, Calif. 

Frank Grant Lewis Upland, Pa. 

Jenny Frances Lewis Naugatuck, Conn. 

Mrs. Russell Magna (Edith Scott) Holyoke 

Mrs. Joseph Mason Marean (Emma Frances Endicott) . Cambridge 

Mrs. Almerin Marston (Maude Longfellow Swett) Ventura, N. J. 

Mrs. Frank Hamilton MetcaU (Mabel Armine Warner) . Holyoke 

George Nathan Newman Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frank Charlton Noble Anaconda, Mont. 

Mrs. Calvin Rayburn (Jennie Buttolph) .... Bloomington, 111. 

Henry Leighton Rolhns Wellesley 

Mary Susan Root Winthrop 

Mrs. Edward O. Schernikow (Margaret Barry) . . . New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. William Shaw (Maude Chamberlain) .... Andover 

Charles Shepard Troy, N. Y. 

Josephine Lorena Thompson Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Clarence Aknon Torrey Dorchester 

Stephen Earle Vosburgh West Pownal, Me. 

Mrs. James Theodore Watts (Edith L. Swift) . . . Cambridge 

Wendell Maro Weston, 2d Cambridge 

Mrs. Charles Francis Wetherell (Fannie Louvia Wilson- 
Lang) Dorchester 

Mrs. Joseph Foster White (Elvira Georgia Atwood) . Brookline 

Roger Fisk Williams New London, N. Y. 

Mrs. Frank Bernard Witherbee (Mary Harris Chase) . Boston 

Mary Emma Wood Brookline 

During the year 1921 three Honorary Members, six Corresponding 
Members, seven successors to Pilgrim Tercentenary Members, forty- 
five Life Members, and fifty-six Resident Members have joined the 
Society. This record, although not as large as that of the two previous 
years, is very satisfactory in the large percentage of Life Members 
among those who joined the Society. 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 



The Treasurer submits herewith liis annual report for the year 
ending 31 December 1921. 

Cash on hand, 1 January 1921 $4,844 . 64 

Receipts for the year 8117,60 6.44 

Total Cash Receipts $122,451.08 

Disbursements for the year 8121,264.84 

Cash Balance on hand, 31 December 1921 . . . $1,186.24 

General Income Account 

This Account has been charged with the following items, viz.: 

Society's House, Care and Repairs $2,140.93 

Heating and Lighting 2,141.35 

Mortgage Interest 2,700.00 

Interest on Note Payable 63 . 19 

Printing, Postage, and Stationery 1,739.59 

Committee on Papers and Essaj's 258 . 67 

Committee on Enghsh Research 300 . 00 

Salaries 6,279.44 

Publishing N. E. H. G. Register 3,272.65 

Cataloguing 929.12 

Binding 476.36 

Insurance 73.15 

Miscellaneous Expenses 656.56 

Total charges for the year to this account . . . $21,031.01 

and has been credited with the following, viz.:* 

Unrestricted Investment, Income $9,562.10 

Admissions and Assessme'nts 2,213.00 

Genealogies and Miscellaneous Publications .... 190 . 73 

Income 9A Ashburton Place 344.13 

Donations ' 2,789.36 

Profit on Sales of Bonds 303.50 

Total credits for the year to this account .... $15,402.82 

Balance to Surplus Account $5,628.19 

Restricted Investment Income 

applied to the following Accounts: 

Books for Library $1,367.31 

Cataloguing 37.33 

Binding 150.14 

Printing N. E. H. G. Register 157.10 

William Sumner Appleton Fund, Entire Income . . 10.54 

Benjamin Franklin Dewing Fund, Entire Income . . 6.75 

George Sumner Mann Fund, One-half Income ... 45.12 

Total Restricted Income $1,774.29 

*Incon;e received in 1921 for the year 1922 has not been taken into consideration in Egurin^ 
income thia year, although in previous yeara all cash receipts have been considered as income of 
the year in which they were received. 



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER XXV 

Schedule A 

The following is a detailed statement of all the investments of 
the Society, excepting the Real Estate: 

BONDS Book Value 
10 American Telephone & Telegraph Co. Collateral 

Trust 4's, 1929 $10,000.00 

2 Brooklyn Edison Co. 7's, 1930 1,900.00 

2 Chicago, Burlington & Quincv R. R. Co. 3^'s, 1949 1,880.00 

8 City of Copenhagen 5^'s, 1944 6,637.50 

2 Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis R. R. Co. 

6's, 1929 1,851.25 

5 Massachusetts Gas Co. Gold 4|'s, 1929 4,956.25 

4 Northern Pacific Jointer's, 1936 3,828.22 

3 Pere Marquette R. R. Co. 4's, 1956 3,000.00 

3 Pere Marquette R. R. Co. 5's, 1956 300.00 

3 Western Telephone & Telegraph Co. 5's, 1932 . . 3,000.00 " 

5 American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 6's, 1925 . . 4,881.25 

5 Kingdom of Belgium 8's, 1941 5,000.00 

4 Missouri Pacific Ry. Co. 5's, 1965 ($500.00 each) . 2,000.00 

3 New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co. 3|'s, 

1998 2,700.00 

6 New York Telephone Co. 6's, 1949 5,765.00 , 

4 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. 7's, 1941 . . . 3,851.44 
8 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 5^'s, 

1929 aiid 1937 . 7,612.50 

5 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. Co. 4's, 1958 . 4,890.62 

2 Detroit Edison Co. 6's, 1940 1,780.00 

2 Government of the French Republic 8's, 1945 . . 2,000.00 

1 Hartford Electric Light Co. 7's, 1930 956.80 

2 Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. Co. 4's, 1928 1,937.50 

4 Milwaukee, Sparta & Northwestern Ry. Co. 4'8, 1947 3,760.00 

5 New York Central R. R. Co. 7's,1930 .... 5,000.00 
5 New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. Co. 3^'s, 

1947 5,000.00 

2 Utica Gas & Electric Co. 7i'^, 1925 1,960.00 

10 Chicago Junction Rys. & Union Stockyards Co. 4's, 

1940 10,000.00 

4 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. Co. 4's, 1934 . 3,890.00 
2 Northern States Power Co. 5's, 1941 1,720.00 

5 Western Electric Co. Gold 7's, 1925 4,925.00 

2 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. S's, 1941 .... 1,980.00 

2 Minneapohs & St. Louis R. R. Co. S's, 1934 . . 2,000.00 

5 New York Central R. R. Co. 6's, 1935 .... 4,530.00 

1 Pennsylvania-Ohio Power & Light Co. 7i's, 1940 . 965.00 
5 Puget Sound Power & Light Co. 7^'s, 1941 . . . 4,875.00 
5 Western Union Telegraph Co. 4^'s, 1950 . . . . 5,000.00 

2 Boston & Maine R. R. 6's, 1930 2,000.00 

1 Boston & Maine R. R. 6's, 1930 500.00 

1 Brooklyn Edison Co., Inc. 7's, 1940 973.75 

2 Canadian Northern Ry. Co. 7's, 1940 .... 1,995.00 
2 Grace Steamship Co. 6's, 1930 1,822.50 

2 Kansas City Power & Light Co. S's, 1940 . . . 2.000. 00 

3 Kingdom of Belgium 7Vs, 1945 2,917.50 

2 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. 7's, 1940 1,980.00 

1 Riordon Co. Ltd. 8's, 1940 990.00 

2 Southern Pacific Co. 4's, 1949 1,382.50 

United States Liberty Bonds 8,100.00 

Total Book Value of Bonds 3160,994.58 



XXVI N. K. ursTonrn OF.NF.Ar.oorfiAr- rooif.tt 

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180 shams American Tdcphonf; <fe Telnsfraph f^o. 9% . $17,'177.2." 

625 sharo.s Austin Water Co., No. 7 000 00 

50 sharrs floston A: Mainp, ft. R., common, No. 

ri23.'')03 9,80,5.00 

15 sharfw CamhririgB (Jas Li^ht Co., Nos. 4594, 4.')98, 

5331, 5801, r,284 2,723.90 

50 sharos Standard Oil f lo. of New .Iftrscy, prftferrRrl,7% 5,425 . TlO 

ToUl Book ValiiR of Stocks $36,031 . 15 



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Mortgage on Real Estate at 16 Somerset Street 
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Total Investment (liook Value) 
Tx-.RR C;amhrirl((;e Oas r.,ight Co. Rights 

Total 



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$248,787.85 



SCHEDULK B 

Fiind.i participating in the Income of Invest.mentR: 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Memorial Fund $168,.300.00 

Life Member.'?hip Fund 41,194 74 

Librarian Fund 12,763.13 

Donor.s' Free Fund 1,. 305. 00 

Ebenezer Alden Fund 1,000.00 

William Sumner Appleton Fund 293.02 

Walter Titus Avery Fund 9.''>0.00 

John Rarst/^w Fund 1,200.00 

Robert Charles Billings Fund 5,000.00 

Rof^ert Charles Billings Book Fund 5,000.00 

Henry Bond Fund 2,.'^00.0n 

John Merrill Bradbury Fund 2,.'',00 00 

Fxlward fnfrer.vjll Browne Fund 1,000 00 

Cheney Memorial Borjk Fund 427 . 67 

Jonas Oilman Clark Fund 2,000. fJO 

Thomas Crane Fund 1,000 00 

Cushman Genealogical Fund 521 . 97 

Horace Davis Fund 2,881.25 

Benjamin Franklin Dewing Fund 187.67 

Pliny Karle Fund 1,000.00 

Robert Ffenry PMdy Fund 36,788.00 

Charles f-fjuis Flint Fund 5,000.00 

John Foster Fund 5,000.00 

Caroline Sumner Freeman Fund 5,000.00 

Charle.s fOdward French Fund 1,000.00 

George f.ambert Gould Fund 1,000.00 

Rrihert Cushman Hunnewell Memorial Fund .... 5,000.00 

Mose.s Kimball Fund 5,000.00 

Charles Larned Fund 1,000 00 

Williams Latham Fund 1,000 00 

George Sumner Mann Fund 2,462 . 07 

Noah Martin Fund 200.44 

Ira Ballou Peck Fund 1,000.00 

Carried forward $320,474.96 



REPOIIT OF THE TKEASURER XXVll 

Brought forward $320,474.96 

Mary Warren Russell Fund 3,000.00 

Victor Channing Sanborn Fund 957.25 

Samuel Ehvell Sawyer Fund 4,000 . 00 

Anne Elizabeth Sever Fund 6,000 . 00 

Frank Edson Shedd Fund 500 . 00 

Edmund Farwell Slafter Fund 500.00 

George Plumer Smith Fund 10,000.00 

Joseph Henry Stickney Fund 1,000.00 

Agnes Seville Tedcaatle Fund 700.00 

William Cleaves Todd Fund 11,000.00 

William Blanchard Towne Memorial Fund 3,000.00 

William Blake Trask Fund 500.00 

John Harvey Treat Fund 10,000.00 

Mehitable Calef Coppenhagen Wilson Fund 500 . 00 

Robert Charles Win throp, Jr., Fund 3,000.00 

Cyrus Woodman Fund 1,000.00 

Total $375,132.21 

James M. Hunnewell, Treasurer. 



AuDiTOBs' Certificates 
The undersigned hereby certify that they have examined the securities of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society and have found them to be in 
accordance with the lists. 

Georqe S. Stewart "i 

Haroix) Clarke Durrell / ' 
Boston, 27 January 1922. 



► Auditors. 



The books and accounts of the Treasurer of the New England Historic Genea- 
logical Society for the year 1921 have been thoroughly examined; the disburse- 
ments of cash have been compared with the vouchers; the balance of cash on 
hand at the close of the year, 51,186.24, was verified; and all were found to be 
correct. 

William Franklin Hall, C.P.A., 

Boston, 24 January 1922. Accountant and Audilor. 



N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 
KIDDER FUND 



Boston, 31 Deceviber 1921. 

Balance on hand, 31 December 1920 $1,310.68 

Dividend No. 23, 15 February 1921 125.00 

Dividend No. 24, 16 May 1921 125.00 

Dividend No. 25, 15 August 1921 125.00 

Dividend No. 26, 15 November 1921 125.00 

Interest . 23.56 

§1,834.24 

Books 754.57 

Balance on hand. Merchants National Bank .... $1,079.67 

The property in the hands of the Trustees consists of fifty shares in the Cabot 
Manufacturing Company. 

Wm. Sumner Appleton ] 
Francis N. Balch > Trustees 

James M. Honnewell J 



REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN 

Presented by Rev. Lewis Wilder Hicks, M.A. 

NECROLOGY FOR 1921 

[Tlie dales in the first column indicate the years of election] 

Honorary Member 

1918 George Gert Milner-Gibson-Culldm, M.A., F.S.A., of Bury St. 

Edmunds, co. Suffolk, England, was bom in London, England, 
5 November 1857, and died at Bury St. Edmunds 21 November. 

Corresponding Member 

1879 Rev. Roswell Randall Hoes, A.M., Chaplain, U. S. N., Retired, 
of Wasliington, D. C, was born at Kingston, N. Y., 28 February 
1850, and died in Washington 26 October. 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members 

1919 Edmund Cogswell Converse, of Greenwich, Conn., was born 

in Boston 7 November 1849, and died at Pasadena, Calif., 3 
April. 

1920 Hon. Henry Kirke Porter, A.M., LL.D., of Pittsburgh, Pa., was 



REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN XXIX 

born at Concord, N. H., 24 November 1840, and died in Washington, 
D. C, 10 April. 

1919 George Alonzo Gibson, A.B., LL.B., of Boston, was born in Boston 

27 February 1851, and died there 2 May. 
1882 Hon. James Phinney Baxter, A.M., Litt. D., of Portland, Me., a 
life member since 1905 and a Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 
1919, was born at Gorham, Me., 23 March 1831, and died at Port- 
land 8 May. 

1920 Everett Wilson, of Winnetka, 111., was born at Vernon, N. Y., 14 

August 1854, and died in Chicago, 111., 30 May. 

1919 Col. Samuel Pomerot Colt, LL.B., of Bristol, R. I., was bom at 

Paterson, N. J., 10 January 1852, and died at Bristol 13 August. 

1920 Jane Wilkes, of Washington, D. C, was bom in New York City 

3 January 1829, and died at Wellesley Hills, Mass., 17 August. 
1920 Alfred Varnum Lincoln, of Charlestown, Mass., was born at Andover, 

Mass., 25 August 1852, and died in East Boston 21 August. 
1919 Henry Oliver U>n)ERWOop, A.B., of Belmont, Mass., was bom in 

that part of Watertown, Mass., which is now included in the town 

of Belmont, 29 March 1858, and died at Nantucket, Mass., 22 

August. 
1919 Albert Randolph Crittenden, of Middletown, Conn., was bom at 

Portland, Conn., 4 December 1843, and died at Middletown 15 

September. 
1919 Mrs. Mary Jane (Stull) Studebaker, of South Bend, Ind.. was 

bom at South Bend 25 March 1836, and died there 17 September. 
1919 Samuel T. Peters, of New York City, died at Islip, Long Island, 

N. Y., 21 October. 
1919 John Vacher Bacot, of Utica, N. Y., was born at Jersey City, N. J., 

31 October 1857, and died at Utica 30 October. 

1896 George Lambert Gould, of Topsfield, Mass., a life member since 

1897 and a Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1920, was bom at 
Woburn, Mass., 6 Febmary 1852, and died at Maiden, Mass., 30 
October. 
1919 Mrs. Elizabeth Putnam (Peabody) Rogers, of Boston, was bom 
at Salem, Mass., 10 May 1829, and died in Boston 27 November. 

Life Members 

1904 Fitzroy Kelly, of Boston, a life member since 1912, was bom in 
that part of Frankfort, Me., which is now the town of Winterport, 
14 December 1847, and died in Boston 10 January. 

1897 Alfred Tredway White, C.E., A.M., of Brooklyn, N. Y., a life 

member since 1898, was bom in Brooklyn 28 May 1846, and died 

at Central Village, N. Y., 29 January. 
1907 Barrett Wendell, A.B., Litt.D., LL.D., of Boston, was born in 

Boston 23 August 1855, and died there 8 February. 
1904 Seth Augustus Fowle, of Needham, Mass., a life member since 1911, 

was bom in Boston 27 March 1840, and died at Needham 20 April. 
1904 Henry Harrison Proctor, of Boston, a life member since 1911, 

was born in that part of Danvers, Mass., wliich is now the city of 

Peabody, 18 December 1840, and died at Wellesley Hills, Mass., 

23 April. 



XXX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

1881 Charles Pickeiunq Bowditch, A.M., of Jamaica Plain, Mass., was 

born in Boston 30 September 1S42, and died at Jamaica Plain 1 June. 

1898 Mary Perkins Qotncy, of Litclifield, Conn., was born in New York 
City 13 January 1866, and died at Litchfield 12 June. 

1902 Gen. Charles Henry Taylor, A.M., of Boston, was born at Charles- 
town, Mass., 14 July 1846, and died in Boston 22 June. 

1891 Charles Sherburne Penhallow, A.B., of Jamaica Plain, Mass., a 
life member since 1899, was born at Portsmouth, N. H., 10 May 
1852, and died at Magnolia, Mass., 3 July. 

1882 Edward Hartwell Kidder, A.M., of New York City, was born at 

Cambridge, Mass., 12 August 1840, and died at Ridgefield, Conn., 

22 July. 
1913 Mrs. Louise Bartlett (Carruth) Baxter, of Pine Orchard, Conn., 

was born at Northborough, Mass., 20 January 1846, and died at 

Framingham, Mass., 2 August. 
1896 Theodore Edward Leeds, of New York City, a life member since 

1898, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 4 October 1839, and died in 

New York City 6 August. 

1894 Seymour Morris, of Chicago, 111., a Life member since 1898, was 

born at Utica, N. Y., 15 February 1863, and died in Chicago 27 
September. 

1883 Camillus George Kidder, A.B., LL.B., of New York City, was 

born in Baltimore, Md., 6 July 1850, and died in New York City 
20 October. 

1898 Emily Wilder LEAvm, of Brookline, Mass., was bom in Boston 

28 December 1837, and died at Roxbury, Mass., 2 November. 

1899 Prank Ethridge Cotton, B.A., of Maiden, Mass., a life member 

since 1919, was born at MainviUe, Ohio, 27 September 1861, and 
died at Maiden 29 December. 

Resident Members 

1915 Levi Frank Eaton, of NorthviUe, Mich., was bom at Windsor, Vt., 
20 September 1851, and died at Detroit, Mich., 1 January. 

1895 Victor Channing Sanborn, of Chicago, 111., was bom at Concord, 

Mass., 24 April 1867, and died at Chicago 13 January. 
1918 Oliver Stetson Presbrey, of Burlington, Vt., was born at Taunton, 
Mass., 17 February 1849, and died at Burlington 14 January. 

1880 WiLUAM Eben Stone, Ph.B., of Cambridge, Mass., was bom at 

Walpole, Mass., 27 November 1845, and died at Cambridge 23 
February. 
1894 Francis Mason Learned, of Boston, was bom in Boston 8 June 
1845, and died there 14 March. 

1881 Fritz Hermann Jordan, of Portland, Me., was born at Portland 

4 May 1848, and died there in April. 
1918 George Harlan Lewis, of Los Angeles, CaUf., was bom at Maiden, 

Mass., 28 February 1840, and died at Los Angeles 30 April. 
1913 Cornelia Warren, of Waltham, Mass., was bom at Waltham 21 

March 1857, and died there 4 June. 
1909 Albert Henry Stearns, of Dorchester, Mass., was bom at Waltham, 

Mass., 15 August 1844, and died at Pawtucket, R. I., 5 June. 
1904 Israel H. Hatch, of Marshfield, Mass., was bom at Marshfield 

8 December 1837, and died there 25 June. 



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1904 Frank Forrester Stanley, of Swampscott, Mass., was bom at 

Lynn, Mass., 1 April 1850, and died at Swampscott 18 July. 
1920 Florence Hale Abbot, B.L., M.D., of Boston, was born at Wilton, 

N. H., 20 October 1867, and died in Boston 1 August. 
1898 Frank Ernest Woodward, of Wellesley Hills, Mass., was born at 

Damariscotta, Me., 2 January 1853, and died at Brookline, Mass., 

5 August. 
1907 WiLLARD Atherton Nichoi£, S.B., of Redlands, Calif., was born 

at Standish, Me., 25 August 1844, and died at Redlands 22 August. 

1913 Mrs. Laura Cornt:lia (Bingham) Heely, of New York City, was 

bom at Buffalo, N. Y., 18 April 1846, and died at South Lee, N. H., 

15 October. 

1915 Benjamin Butler Oilman, of Haverhill, Mass., was bora at Exeter, 

N. H., 27 August 1861, and died at Haverhill 5 December. 
1919 James Wells Goodwin, A.B., of HaverhiU, Mass., was born at 
Haverhill 1 October 1855, and died there 12 December. 

1916 Nelson Slater Bartlett, A.B., of Manchester, Mass., was bom 

in Boston 11 April 1848, and died there 23 December. 
1911 Agnes Wyman Lincoln, of Medford, Mass., was bom at Medford 

16 July 1856, and died in Boston 27 December. 

1914 Mrs. Abby Catherine (Lewis) Stearns, of Brookline, Mass., was 

bom at Alfred, Me., 6 March 1847, and died at Brookline 31 
December. 

Deaths that occurred tn previous years, but not recorded until now 

1898 John Edward Devlin, of Boston, a life member, was bom in Brook- 

lyn, N. Y., 11 April 1851, and died in Boston 16 December 1902. 
1897 George Henry Leonard, of Boston, a hfe member since 1898, was 

born at Marlborough, Mass., 26 June 1837, and died in Boston 

10 February 1909. 
1875 Henry Ware Holland, S.B., LL.B., of Boston, a life member since 

1881, was bom at Rochester, N. Y., 20 March 1844, and died in 

Boston 27 October 1909. 
1885 Andrew Coatsworth Fearing, of Boston, a life member since 1891, 

was bom in Boston 16 July 1835, and died at Wareham, Mass., 

19 June 1911. 
1901 Fred Hannibal Seavey, of Boston, a resident member, was born in 

Boston 1 April 1854, and died there 2 January 1912. 
1885 James Wilson Clark, of New York City, a life member, was bom 

at Framingham, Mass., 31 August 1850, and died in September 1913. 
1888 Robert Inglee Carter, A.B., of Cincinnati, Ohio, a Life member 

since 1889, was born at Petersham, Mass., 10 September 1868, and 

died at White Plains, N. Y., 9 March 1914. 

1899 Charles Elihu Slocum, M.D., Ph.D., of Toledo, Ohio, a life member 

since 1906, was bom at Northville, N. Y., 30 December 1841, and 

died at Toledo 7 July 1915. 
1892 John Parkinson, of Boston, a life member, was born at Roxbury, 

Mass., 1 September 1842, and died 29 October 1918. 
1909 Mrs. Jessie Noyes (Chesebrough) Larkin, of Westerly, R. I., a 

resident member, was bom at Stonington, Conn., 31 October 1848, 

and died at Westerly 7 July 1919. 



XXXll N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

1919 Thomas Winston Burnham, A.B., of Cleveland, Ohio, a Pilgrim Ter- 
centenary member, was born in Cleveland 22 January 1844, and 
died at Pasadena, Calif., 2 March 1920. 

1918 Robert Oatley Dodge, of Lakewood, Ohio, a resident member, 

was bom at Cortland, Ohio, 26 October 1896, and died at Lakewood 

12 March 1920. 
1913 Hon. Alfred William Savaey, M.A., D.C.L., of Annapolis Royal, 

N. S., a corresponding member, was born at Pljrmpton, N. S., 10 

October 1831, and died at Annapolis Royal 30 March 1920. 
1913 Hon. William Henry Gove, A.B., LL.B., of Salem, Mass., a resi- 
dent member, was bom at South Berwick, Me., 4 September 1851, 

and died at Salem 14 April 1920. 
1903 Rev. Mary Clementine Collins, of Keokuk, Iowa, a resident 

member, was bom at Alton, Dl., 18 April 1846, and died at 

Keokuk 25 May 1920. 
1916 Walter Cleveland Cogswell, of Newton Centre, Mass., a life 

member, was born in Boston 24 August 1854, and died at Scituate, 

Mass., 6 July 1920. 
1902 Hon. Wiluam Franklin Dana, A.B., LL.B., of Newton, Mass., a 

resident member, was bom at SomervUle, Mass., 26 June 1863, 

and died at Orford, N. H., 5 August 1920. 
1913 John Henry Cartland, of Bristol, Me., a resident member, was 

born at Vassalborough, Me., 22 October 1841, and died in Boston 

25 November 1920. 

1919 Mrs. Sarah B. (Steuart) Wyeth, of Washington, D. C, a Pilgrim 

Tercentenary member, died 21 December 1920. 



MEMOIRS 

OF THE 

NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 
Prepared by Rev. Lewis Wilder Hicks, M.A., Historian 



The following pages contain obituary notices of members who 
died during the year 1921, with the addition of nineteen who died in 
preceding years. The notices are arranged in the order in which 
the deaths occurred. 

1902 

John Edward Devlin, of Boston, a life member since 1898, was 
born in Brooklyn, N. Y., 11 April 1851, the son of John Edward and 
Martha Josephine (Day) Pevlin, and died in Boston 16 December 
1902. His father was born in Manchester, England, but his grand- 
father, Daniel Devlin, was of Belfast, Ireland. His mother, Martha 
Josephine Day, was born at Royalton, Vt., and was a descendant of 
Robert* Day, who came to New England in 1634 in the Elizabeth 
from Ipswich, co. Suffolk, England, and was one of the first settlers 
of Hartford, Conn., through John,^ John,' Benjamin,* Benjamin,' and 
Ebenezer,' her father. 

Coming to this country as a young man of promise, Mr. Devlin's 
father was induced by Daniel Draper of Boston, a shipping mer- 
chant, to enter into partnership with his son David, and the firm of 
Draper & Devlin was formed. When David Draper retired from the 
firm, at the time of the Civil War, the name was changed to John E. 
Devlin & Company, and, on the cOming to manhood of the subject 
of this sketch, the name of the firm was again changed to John E. 
Devlin & Son. Both the DevUns, father and son, were ardent Ameri- 
cans. Though they lived much of the time abroad with their fami- 
lies, they did not become denationalized, but their love for the 
United States was intensified by their absence. John Edward 
Devlin, Jr., spoke French, Italian, Spanish, and various Sicilian 
dialects. 

Mr. Devlin was a Republican in politics, and was quite unable to 
understand the drift away from this party of the young men who 
had been brought up in the Republican tradition. He was a mem- 
ber of the Union Club of Boston and a devout Unitarian, a regular 
worshipper at King's Chapel in Boston and at the First Church in 
Wilton, N. H., his summer home. 

He married, 17 September 1873, Mary Eliza Davis, daughter of 
Adolphus and Mary Robbins (Draper) Davis. She survived hiin, 
and died 13 January 1918. Their children were Marjorie Standish 
Devlin, now Mrs. Francis J. Moors of Boston, and John Edward 
DevHn, now deceased. 

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XXXIV N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETT 

SiLVANUS Jenkins Mact, of Avon, N. Y., elected a resident mem- 
ber in 1868 and made a life member in 1870, was born in New York 
City 28 July 1833, the son of WUliam Henry and Eliza Leggett 
(Jenkins) Macy, and died at Avon in 1902, his death having been 
reported in the Necrology for 1920. He traced his descent from 
Thomas^ Macy of Newbury, Salisbury, and Nant.ucket, Mass., 
through John' of Nantucket, John,' Jonathan,^ Jonathan,^ Josiah' 
of Nantucket and of Rye, N. Y., and William Henry' of Nantucket 
and New York City, his father. 

His life was that of a business man. He was for a time in the coal 
business in New York, and that city was his residence when he 
joined the Society. Thence he moved to Sodus Point, N. Y., on 
Lake Ontario, where he was interested, with the late E. H. Harri- 
man, in building the Sodus Bay & Southern Railroad, which ran 
from Stanley, N. Y., to Lake Ontario, and is now a part of the Penn- 
sylvania Railroad system. Shortly after that he moved to Rochester, 
N. Y., where he continued in the coal business, in which he was 
interested until the time of his death. For several years he was 
receiver of the Rochester, State Line & Southern Railway, now the 
Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railway. He was a vice president 
of the Rochester Savings Bank and president of the Homeopathic 
Hospital, and was interested in numerous other enterprises in that 
city. 

He compiled the "Genealogy of the Macy Family from 1635- 
1868, " a volume of 457 pages, which was published at Albany, N. Y., 
in 1868. 

Mr. Macy married first, in Philadelphia, Pa., 27 October 1853, 
Caroline Ridgway, bom in Philadelphia 6 December 1833, daughter 
of Thomas and Sarah (Pancoast) Ridgway; and secondly, in 1871, 
Juliet Wasson ,of Philadelphia, who survives him, together with 
three daughters by his first wife, Mrs. S. F. Jenkins (Eli2;a Leggett 
Macy) of Rochester, Mrs. George Marwick (Sarah Ridgway Macy) 
of Washington, D. C, and Mrs. Richard B. Harris (Cornelia Walker 
Macy) of Rochester, and two children by his second wife, Silvanus 
Jenkins Macy, Jr., of Avon and Mrs. Arioch Wentworth (Cecile 
Rushe Macy) of Swampscott, Mass. 

1909 

Geoege Henry Leonard, of Boston, elected a resident member 
in 1897 and made a life member in 1898, was bom at Marlborough, 
Mass., 26 June 1837, and died in Boston 10 Febmary 1909. 

He came to Boston as a young man, and became a partner in the^ 
firm of Murdock & Bundy, manufacturers and dealers in tanners' 
materials. Later the name of the firm was changed to George H. 
Leonard & Company. Its place of business on Congress Street was 
burned out in the great Boston fire in 1872, and a new location was 
foimd on India Street. Mr. Leonard retired from active business 
in 1906, but he continued as a special partner in the firm of Marden, 
North & Hastings, the successors to his former business. 

He was active in the Chamber of Commerce, and had been its 



first vice president and chairman of its Finance Committee. He 
was also a director of the Atlantic National Bank, and at one time 
president of the Oil Trade Association. He was particularly inter- 
ested, after 1881, in the Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital, 
serving as vice president of the Board of Trustees, chairman of the 
Executive Committee, and chairman of a building committee for 
the large hospital in Brighton for contagious diseases. In 1908 he 
was appointed by Governor Guild a trustee of the Boston State 
Hospital. 

He was a member of the Algonquin, Exchange, and Art Clubs, of 
various Masonic bodies, and of many hereditary-patriotic societies, 
including the Society of Mayflower Descendants, the Society of 
Colonial Wars, the Society of Colonial Governors, and the Sons of 
the American Revolution. He was a communicant of Trinity Church. 

Mr. Leonard's wife was a sister of George C. Thomas, of the bank- 
ing firm of Drexel & Company. She survived him, together with a 
daughter, Gwendolin Leonard, and a son, George Henry Leonard, 
Jr. 

Cf. Boslm EteninQ Transcript, 10 February 1909i 

Henry Ware Holland, S.B., LL.B., of Boston, elected a resident 
member in 1875 and made a life member in 1881, was bom at Roches- 
ter, N. Y., 20 March 1844, the son of Frederick West and Harriet 
(Dawes) Holland, and died in Boston 27 October 1909. 

He was graduated at the Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard 
University, in 1865, with the degree of Bachelor of Science, and 
received the degree of Bachelor of Laws from the Harvard Law 
School in 1867. 

He was a descendant, on his mother's sfde, of William Dawes of 
Boston and Salem, and he published in 1878 a book entitled " WDliam 
Dawes and his Ride with Paul Revere. An Essay read before the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society on June 7, A.D. 1876; 
to which is appended a Genealogy of the Dawes Family." 

1911 

Andrew Coatsworth Fearing, of Boston, elected a resident 
member in 1885 and made a life member in 1891, was bom in Boston 
16 July 1835, the son of Andrew Coatsworth and Aldaberontophos- 
cophornia (Bowen) Fearing, and died unmarried at Wareham, 
Mass., 19 June 1911. He traced his descent from John^ Fearing, 
who came to Hingham, Mass., in 1638, through Israel,^ Israel' of 
Wareham, John* of Wareham, John^ of Wareham, and Andrew 
Coatsworth* of Boston, his father. His mother, who was born at 
Providence, R. I., 6 June 1812, was third in descent from John 
Bowen of 'Tiverton, R. I., through his son Nathan of Fall River, 
Mass., and the latter's son Abraham of Fall River, her father. 

He was educated in the Boston public schools, and was by occu- 
pation a clerk. 



XXXVl N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

1912 

Fred Hannibal Seavey, of Boston, a resident member since 1901, 
was born in Boston 1 April 1854, the son of Charles Thompson and 
Emily Eastman (Fernald) Seavey, and died there, unmarried, 
2 January 1912. His great-grandfather was Joseph Seavey of Rye, 
N. H., and his grandfather was Samuel Seavey of East Concord, 
N. H., where his father was born. His mother was sixth in descent 
from Roger Eastman of Salisbury, Mass., who came over from 
England in 1638. 

Mr. Seavey was educated in the public schools of Cambridge, 
Mass., had served as deputy sheriff and special sheriff, and was, 
when he joined the Society, the sheriff of Suffolk County, Mass. 

1914 

Robert Inglee Carter, A.B., of Cincinnati, Ohio, elected a resi- 
dent member in 1888 and made a life member in 1889, was born at 
Petersham, Mass., 10 September 1868, the son of WiUiam and Jane 
Loring (Coolidge) Carter, and died at White Plains, N. Y., 9 March 
1914. He traced his descent from Rev. Thomas' Carter, M.A. (St. 
John's College, Cambridge), the first minister at Woburn, Mass., 
through Rev. Samuel,^ A.B. (Harvard, 1660), and his wife, Eunice 
(Brooks), SamueP and his wife, Dorothy (Wilder), Ephraim^ and 
his wife, Mary (Osgood), Oliver* and his wife, Emily (?Harrington), 
Timothy Harrington' and his wife, Martha (Clark), and William' 
and Jane Loring (Coolidge), his parents. His mother, born in Boston, 
was daughter of William Dawes and Caroline Bass (Inglee) Coolidge. 

At the age of three years he had a severe fall, resulting in hip 
disease, which caused his 'mother, his father having died in 1870, to 
take him, when eight years old, to Europe for a cure. For four years 
they visited the countries of western Europe; and there he laid the 
foundation of his education, first in Seville, Spain, at the Colegio de 
San Lorenzo, and afterwards, for three years, being much stronger 
in body, at Wellington College, Berkshire, England, where his 
participation in the sports and games which form such an important 
part of education in England was of priceless benefit for his physical 
development. He returned to the United States in September 1886, 
spent two years in direct preparation for college at the Roxbury 
Latin School, and was graduated at Harvard in 1892. 

In the same year he was appointed musical and dramatic critic of 
The Times-Star of Cincinnati. In 1896 he represented several papers 
at the Wagner festival at Bayreuth, and in the summer of 1897 he 
made a tour through the Orkneys and the Shetland Islands, Iceland, 
Norway, Sweden, and Russia. In September 1900 he wrote a series 
of articles for The Times-Star from Paris, having been appointed 
managing editor of that paper in 1898. In November 1900 he became 
editor of The BaUimore Herald, in January 1903 he was on the staff 
of Tlie New York Herald, in 1904 he was the editor in charge of the 
Paris edition of The New York Herald, and in 1905 was on the New 
York staff of that paper. In the fall of 1906 he served as manager of 
the American tour of Saint-Saens, the famous French composer 



After that he was connected with various dramatic organizations in 
a managerial capacity up to the time of his death. 

Mr. Carter was an accompHshed linguist and a writer of note. 

He married, 2 March 1891, Mary EUzabeth Peckham of Central 
Village, Orange Co., N. Y. 

1915 

Chahles Elihu Slocum, M.D., Ph.D., of Toledo, Oliio, elected 
a resident member in 1899 and made a life member in 1906, was bom 
at Northville, Fulton Co., N. Y., 30 December 1841, the son of 
Caleb Wright and Elizabeth (Bass) Slocum, and died at Toledo 
7 July 1915. He was eighth in descent from Anthony' Slocombe, a 
colonist from Taunton, co. Somerset, England, and an original 
purchaser of the present site of Taunton, 'Mass., through Giles, ^ 
Eliezer,^ Eliezer,* John,^ Eleazer,^ Joseph,' and Caleb Wright,^ his 
father. 

He was educated in the schools of his native town, at the Fort 
Edward Collegiate Institute, and at Poughkeepsie, and later taught 
in public schools and in teachers' institutes. While teaching at 
Albion, Mich., in 1865, he began the study of medicine with Dr. 
Willoughby O'Donoughue, a former army surgeon, and later attended 
the medical department of the University of Michigan, the Detroit 
Medical College, and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Columbia University, in New York City, where he received the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1869. He began the practice of 
medicine with his brother. Dr. Jacob Slocum, in Shelbyville, Ind., 
but in 1871 he removed to Defiance, Ohio. He spent parts of several 
years in postgraduate studies, receiving the degree of Doctor of 
Medicine again at the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 
1876 and that of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Penn- 
sylvania in 1877. He studied also at the University of Vienna in 
1879. His practice included delicate work in specialties as well as 
capital surgical operations. 

He was at one time president of the Defiance Medical Society, and 
was a member of the Ohio State Medical Society from 1874 on. He 
was president of the Fort Defiance Scientific Association from its 
organization in 1897, and vice president of the Ohio State Academy of 
Science in 1897. He was a member also of the Philadelphia Academy 
of Natural Sciences, the American Microscopical Society, the Ameri- 
can Association for the Advancement of Science, and the American 
Academy of Political Science. For several years he served as United 
States examining surgeon for pensions and as examiner for numerous 
insurance and other companies, and he was for an extended period 
professor of psychology and ethics in the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons at Cleveland, Ohio. 

In 1882 Dr. Slocum published "A Short History of the Slocums, 
Slocumbs and Slocombs of America, Genealogical and Biographical; 
embracing Eleven Generations of the First-Named Family from 1637 
to 1881." He also wrote a history of the Maumee Valley Basin. 

Dr. Slocum was chosen a director of the Defiance National Bank 



XXXVlll N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

in 1874, and upon its reorganization as the First National Bank he 
became director and vice president. He was a heavy stockholder of 
the Defiance Savings Bank, and, after its consolidation in 1887 
with the Merchants National Bank, was a director and at one time 
vice president and acting president of the latter. He was also inter- 
ested in several of the principal manufactories of the city. 

In 1894 'he presented a library building to the Ohio Wesleyan 
University, at Delaware, Ohio, of which he was a trustee from 1894 
to 1899. His private library, of ten thousand volumes, was open at 
all times to the people of Defiance, and, when the new library build- 
ing was erected there, a large space was set apart in it for the Charles 
E. Slocum Reference Library, containing three thousand volumes. 
Later, this collection was removed to Defiance College. 

In 1910 Dr. Slocum moved to Toledo, Ohio, where he resided 
until his death. In addition to the medical and scientific organiza- 
tions already mentioned, he was a member of the Maumee VaUey 
Historical Association, the Ohio State Archaeological Society, the 
Old Colony Historical Society of Taunton, Mass., and various 
Masonic bodies. He was a devoted member of the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. 

He married, in 1900, Dr. Isabel Sophia Craver of Toledo. 

1918 

John Pakkinson, of Boston, a life member since 1892, was born 
at Roxbury, Mass., 1 September 1842, the son of John aijd Anne 
Outram (Davis) Parkinson, and died 29 October 1918. He was 
descended from John Parkinson, a clergyman of the Church of 
England, who was born in Ireland, came to Delaware, and married, 
as his second wife, Jane Patterson. They had one child, William, 
who was bom in Delaware in 1748, and married in Essequibo, 
British Guiana, 8 April 1784, Mary Reading, daughter of Dr. 
William Reading. Their son John, the father of the subject of this 
sketch, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 20 March 1800. John Park- 
inson's mother, Anne Outram Davis, was born in Boston 25 March 
1805, the daughter of Edward and Eliza (Outram) Davis. 

John Parkinson was educated in the public schools of Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

In 1862 he enlisted in the Forty-fourth Regiment, Massachusetts 
Volunteer MiUtia, for service in the war for the preservation of the 
Union, and in 1863 he was promoted to a Ueutenancy in the same 
regiment. 

His business was that of a banker and broker, and he was a mem- 
ber of the firm of Parkinson & Burr, of Boston and New York. 

In 1866 he joined the Boston Stock Exchange, of which he was 
president in 1900, 1901, and 1902, and from 1879 to 1893 he was a 
member of the New York Stock Exchange. He was vice president 
of the West End Street Railway Company and a director in the 
Boston Steamship Company and the Hamilton Manufacturing 
Company. 



For several years, from 1902 on, he was a vestryman in Trinity 
Church, Boston. 

He married, 1 June 1881, Gertrude Weld, daughter of Francis 
Minot and Elizabeth (Rodman) Weld. 

1919 

Mrs. Jessie Notes (Chesebrough) Laekin, of Westerly, R. I., 
a resident member since 1909, was bom at Stonington, Conn., 31 
October 1848, the daughter of Joseph and Louisa Stanton (Noyes) 
Chesebrough, and died at Westerly 7 July 1919. She was a descend- 
ant of Wilham' Chesebrough of Boston, Rehoboth in the Pljonouth 
Colony, and Stonington, Conn., through Samuel,^ Samuel,' Joseph,* 
Samuel,' Ehas,^ and Joseph,' her father. On the maternal side she 
was descended from Rev. James^ Noyes, for fifty-five years pastor 
of the First Church of Stonington. 

She was educated in the common schools of Stonington and, for 
one year, at the North Granville (N. Y.) Seminary. 

She was married, 23 November 1871, to Frank Larkin, son of 
Daniel Franklin and Martha (ffiscox) Larkin. Their four children 
were Frank Provost Larkin, Albert Chesebrough Larkin, Jessie 
Louise Larkin, and Daniel Franklin Larkin. 

1920 

Thomas Winston Burnham, A.B., of Cleveland, Ohio, a Pilgrim 
Tercentenary member since 1919, was bom in Cleveland 22 January 
1844, the fourth child of Thomas and Maria Louisa (White) Burnham, 
and died at Pasadena, Calif., 2 March 1920. 

He was educated in the pubhc schools and at Union College, 
Schenectady, N. Y., where he received his academic degree in 1864. 

After leaving college he engaged in business in Leavenworth, Kans., 
St. Louis, Mo., and New York City, returning to Cleveland in the 
early seventies to join his father in the Star Elevator Company, an 
enterprise with which he was coimected up to the time of his death. 
He was also president of the Kilby Manufacturing Company, chair- 
man of the Board of Directors of the National City Bank, and a 
director in the H. H. Hill Company, the Union Trust Company, the 
Cleveland Stockyards Company, and the Cleveland Burial Case 
Company. 

He belonged to the Union, Roadside, Country, Mayfield, and 
University Clubs of Cleveland and to the University Club of New 
York. He was a vestryman in Trinity Cathedral. 

He married, in 1869, Mary Kate Holliday Coll. Two daughters 
survive him, Mrs. George Wilbert Grandin (Mabel Gordon Burn- 
ham) and Mrs. J. P. Burton (Kate Burnham). Mrs. Grandin suc- 
ceeds to her father's Pilgrim Tercentenary membership in the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society. 

Robert Oatley Dodge, of Lakewood, Ohio, a resident member 
since 1918, was born at Cortland, Trumlsull Co., Ohio, 26 October 
1896, the son of Charles Rufus and Anna Blanche (Oatley):_Dodge, 



Xl N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

and died at Lakewood 12 March 1920. He claimed descent from 
Tristram Dodge of Block Island; but the earliest Dodge ancestor 
from whom his line of descent has been proved is Jeremiah, born in 
Connecticut in 1742, from whom the line runs through Eusebius, 
born at Lyme, Conn., in 1771, Jeremiah, born at Lyme in 1798, 
Hiram Lake, born at Dodgeville, Ashtabula Co., Ohio, in 1831, and 
Charles Rufus, born at Dodgeville in 1866, father of Robert Oatley. 
The Dodge family emigrated from Lyme, Conn., and settled at 
Dodgeville, Ohio, in September 1811. His mother's ancestors emi- 
grated from Virginia and settled in Cortland, Trumbull Co., Ohio, 
in 1810. Mr. Dodge was also a descendant of Elder William Brewster 
of the Mayflower. 

He was graduated at the Lakewood High School and subsequently 
attended, for one year, the Case School of Applied Science in Cleve- 
land, Ohio, where he studied civil engineering, but, his health failing, 
he was unable to complete the course. He afterwards entered the 
banking business and became auditor of the State Banking and Trust 
Company of Cleveland and a director of the savings division of that 
institution. 

He was a member of the Society of the Sons of the American 
Revolution. 

Hon. William Henry Gove, A.B., LL.B., of Salem, Mass., a 
resident member since 1913, was born at South Berwick, Me., 4 Sep- 
tember 1851, the son of Levi and Mary (Meader) Gove, and died 
at Salem 14 April 1920. He was descended from John' Gove, who 
came to Charlestown, Mass., from London, with his family, and 
died in 1647/8, through Edward- of Salisbury, Mass., and Hampton, 
N. H., John' of Hampton, John,^ Daniel,^ Daniel,* Moses,' and Levi,' 
his father. 

His early education was gained at the district schools in South 
Berwick, at Oak Grove Seminary, Vassalborough, Me., and at the 
grammar school in Lynn, Mass. He was graduated from the Lynn 
High School in 1869, entered Harvard College in 1872, and received 
there the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1876. He had been admitted 
to practise law at Salem in 1872, and after graduating at Harvard 
College he continued the study of law at the Harvard Law School 
and received there the degree of Bachelor of Laws in 1877. 

He practised his profession in Salem from 1877 to 1900, and then 
became the president and general manager of the Lydia E. Pinkham 
Medicine Company of Lynn, holding this position until his death. 

He was vice president of the Salem Safe Deposit & Trust Company, 
a member of the School Committee of Lynn, 1878-1881, an alderman 
of Salem, 1894-I'896, a member of the Massachusetts House of 
Representatives from Salem, 1903 and 1904, serving on the Judiciary 
Committee, and a member of the Executive Council of Massachusetts, 
1910 and 1911. A student of poUtical economy, he devised a system 
for solving the question of proportional representation. 

He was a director of the Essex Institute, Salem, and a member of 
the American Academy of Political and Social Science and of the 



MEMOIRS _ Xli 

Salem and Colonial Clubs. He was a Republican in politics, a 
Unitarian in religion, and a Mason. 

He married, 5 January 1882, Aroline Chase Pinkham, daughter 
of Isaac and Lydia (Estes) Pinkham, who survives him, together 
with four children, William Pinkham Gove, Lydia Pinkham Gove, 
Mrs. Mary (Gove) Putnam, and Mrs. Caroline (Gove) Doty. 

Rev. Mary Clementine Collins, of Keokuk, Iowa, a resident 
member since 1903, was born at Alton, lU., 18 April 1846, the daughter 
of Ephraim and Margaret (Lewis) Collins, and died at Keokuk 
25 May 1920. She traced her descent from Benjamin^ CoUins of 
Salisbury, Mass., who married, 5 November 1668, Martha Eaton, 
daughter of John, through Ephraim,^ Ephraim,' Levi,^ who married 
Abigail Stanton, and Ephraim," her father. Her grandmother, 
Abigail (Stanton) Collins, was fifth in descent from Thomas' Stanton 
of Hartford and Stonington, Conn., and among the ancestors of this 
Abigail Stanton were the Wbeelers and Thompsons of Connecticut. 

Her parents moved to Keokuk, Iowa, in 1847, and she was edu- 
cated in the public schools of Keokuk and in the private school of 
Miss Lucy L. Seymour. 

In 1875, at the age of twenty-nine years, after having taught for 
about three years, Miss Collins went to Dakota as a missionary to 
the Sioux Indians, under the auspices of the American Board of 
Commissioners for Foreign Missions. She lived on the Cheyenne 
River Agency, in Dakota Territory, until 1885, and then removed to 
the Standing Rock Reservation, in North Dakota, where she had 
charge of a mission field. In 1889 she was ordained to the ministry. 
When the missionary work among the Indians was transferred, in 
1903, from the American Board to the American Missionary Asso- 
ciation, she continued her labors under the direction of the latter 
organization, until her health failed. She was universally beloved by 
the Indians, who adopted her into the tribe, with the name of Winona, 
"daughter." She was chosen by the Sioux Indians on the reserva- 
tion to witness all papers executed by them, for she spoke their 
language and did everything in her power to protect them in their 
rights. 

She was well-known as a speaker in behalf of the Indians, and 
supported President Roosevelt and others in their efforts to give 
the Indians their due. 

Walter Cleveland Cogswell, of Scituate, Mass., a life member 
since 1916, was born in Boston 24 August 1854, the son of John 
Cleveland and Mary (Brown) Cogswell, and died at Scituate 6 July 
1920. 

He was a pupil at the Dwight School, Boston, where he was 
awarded two certificates of honor and one of the last of the Franklin 
Medals, and was' graduated at the English High School in 1870. He 
entered the woolen house of Faulkner, Page & Company, where he 
remained until he took up the study of the law, which he practised 
successfully until his death. Although enjoying a lucrative practice, 
he was not well known to the general public, but among his brother 



Xlii N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

lawyers he was highly esteemed on account of his abihty. He was 
counsel for several insurance companies, and served as president of 
the Atlantic Health & Accident Company, in Boston, in the organi- 
zation of which he took a leading part. He had the distinction of 
being one of the few lawyers who have persuaded the Supreme Court 
of Massachusetts to reverse its decisions. 

Since 1887 he had spent his winters in Newton Centre and his 
summers in Scituate, which was his legal residence for many years. 

He married, in November 1882, Laura D. Tedford, who survives 
him, together with three children, Walter Cleveland Cogswell, Jr., 
John Alfred Cogswell, B.A. (Wilhams, 1911), and Mary Ehzabeth 
Cogswell. 

Hon. William Franklin Dana, A.B., LL.B., of Newton, Mass., 
a resident member since 1902, was born at Somerville, Mass., 26 June 
1863, the son of Thomas and Mary Catharine (Baldwin) Dana, and 
died unmarried at Orford, N. H., 5 August 1920. He traced his 
descent from Richard' Dana of Cambridge, Mass., through Daniel,^ 
Thomas,' Thomas,^ Thomas,' Thomas,' William,' and Thomas,* his 
father. 

He was prepared for college in the Boston public schools and in 
the Hopkinson School, was graduated at Harvard in 1884, and 
received the degree of Bachelor of Laws from the Harvard Law 
School in 1887. 

For several years he was engaged in the practice of law in Boston, 
both by himself and as a member of the firms of Dana & Bates and 
Choate & Dana. In 1897 he was a member of the Common Council 
of Newton, and in 1898, 1899, and 1900 he served as an alderman of 
the same city. He was vice president of the Board in 1900, and was 
reelected to the Board for 1900-1901, but resigned to become a mem- 
ber, as a Republican, of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. 
He represented Newton in this body in 1901, 1902, and 1903, was 
elected to the Massachusetts Senate for 1904, 1905, and 1906, and 
was president of the Senate in the two last-mentioned years. His 
services on important committees in the Legislature were notable. 
He was placed on the Judiciary Committee, which was concerned 
with the revision and publication of the revised laws, and he was made 
chairman of the Committee on Insurance. In 1903 he was made 
chairman of the committee to revise the corporation laws of the 
State. He was afterwards appointed chairman of the special com- 
mittee on the salaries of members and county officials, and took an 
important part in the deliberations and findings of the committee. 
He was also chairman of the Committee on Street Railways and 
served on the Committee on Rules. In July 1906 he was appointed 
by Governor Guild a justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts, 
a position which he filled with abihty and success. 

His writings include the following: "The Optimism of Ralph 
Waldo Emerson" (a Bowdoin Prize essay, 1886), "The Behring 
Sea Controversy" (in The New England Magazine, 1890), "Monopoly 
under the National Anti-Trust Act" (in The Harvard Law Review, 
1894), "Federal Restraints upon State Regulation of Railroad Rates 



MEMOIRS xliii 

of Fare and Freight" (ib., 1896), "The Declaration of Independence" 
(ib., 1900), and "The Supreme Court and the Sherman Anti-Trust 
Act" (ib., 1902). 

He was a member of the Middlesex Bar Association, the Boston 
Bar Association, the Abstract Club of Boston, the University Club, 
the Repubhcan Club of Massachusetts, and various local organiza- 
tions. 

Mrs. Helena Augusta (Cox) Raymond, of Brookline, Mass., a 
hfe member since 1912, was born at Sherbrooke, Province of Quebec, 
Canada, 26 May 1874, the daughter of Orson and Cordelia (Wiley) 
Cox, and died at Brookline 17 November 1920, her death having 
been reported in the Necrology for 1920. 

Mrs. Raymond was active in charitable work. 

She was married, 7 February 1900, to Arthur C. Raymond, who 
survives her. 

John Henry Cartland, of Bristol, Me., a resident member since 
1913, was born at Vassalborough, Me., 22 October 1841, the son of 
Elijah Pope and Sarah Brackett (Partridge) Cartland, and died in 
Boston 25 November 1920. He was a descendant of John' Cartland, 
who came from Scotland and settled at Dover, N. H., through 
Joseph,^ John,* and Elijah Pope,* his father. He was also a descend- 
ant of Kenelm Winslow of Marshfield in the Pljonouth Colony, his 
grandmother, Tabitha (Pope) Cartland, being a daughter of Elijah 
and Phebe (Winslow) Pope and fifth in descent from Kenelm Winslow. 

He was educated in the common schools of Winslow, Me., and at 
the Phonetic School, taught by Miss Abby Larry at Windham Centre, 
Me., and spent one term and a half at Oak Grove Seminary, Vassal- 
borough, a school that was under the management of the Society 
of Friends. 

He taught school for a while at Bristol, afterwards went to Africa, 
and upon his return settled in Portland, Me., where he was engaged 
in business with his father, a carpenter and master mason. For a 
time he was in business in Wakefield, Mass. His loss of property 
there was the occasion of his failure in health and of his going to 
Pemaquid Beach, in Bristol, where he became interested in the 
remains of Fort WiUiam Henry, which was located on property at 
that time (1888) owned by his uncle. The greater part of his life 
thereafter was given to the study of the history of the place, to 
excavating its relics, and to gathering portraits and pictures per- 
taining to it. He acted also as agent of the Eastern Steamship 
Company. 

For many years he was custodian of the castle of Fort WiUiam 
Henry, which held many of the relics collected by him. The inter- 
est which he took in the history of Pemaquid Beach is well shown 
in his two pubhcations: "Ten Years at Pemaquid," 1899, and a 
"Brief Sketch of Pemaquid," 1912 (partly written by H. 0. McCril- 
hs of Boston). 

Mr. Cartland was also deeply interested in the early Indians, 
particularly those of New England, and in the Quakers, one of his 



xliv N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

brothers being a Quaker minister. He also was well acquainted 
with the history of ships and from early days loved the sea. He 
was a connoisseur of music and pictures, and was skilful in the use 
of the camera. 

He married, in Boston, 19 August 1867, Georgianna Edgecomb, 
daughter of William and Rachel (Chick) Edgecomb. Of their four 
children a daughter, Ida May, now Mrs. John Joseph Canty of 
Bedford, Mass., a member of the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society, survives him. 

George Washington Brackenridge, of San Antonio, Tex., a 
Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1919, was born in Indiana 14 
January 1832, the son of John Brackenridge, and died unmarried 
at his home, "Fern Ridge," San Antonio, 28 December 1920, his 
death having been reported in the Necrology for 1920. His father, 
a lawyer and merchant, was a friend of Abraham Lincoln, and from 
his library Lincoln borrowed many of the books from which he 
obtained his education. The elder Brackem-idge moved with his 
family to Texas a few years before the Civil War. 

George Washington Brackenridge was a student at the Harvard 
Law School in 1860-61, and, when the War broke out, went to Wash- 
ington and offered his services to the Government. President 
Lincoln placed him in the Treasury Department, and, after New 
Orleans was captured by the Federal forces, Mr. Brackenridge was 
sent there to take charge of commissary stores and remained there 
until the end of the War. During the period of his residence in New 
Orleans he was sent by President Lincoln to Benito Judrez in Mexico, 
who was then in revolt against the Emperor Maximilian, with a 
message that the United States, in accordance with the Monroe 
Doctrine, would respect Mexican sovereignty, when once it was 
established. After th^ War Mr. Brackenridge lived for a time in 
Jackson County, Tex. While a student at Harvard he had com- 
pleted courses both in surveying and in law, and, although he never 
practised law, he did considerable surveying in eastern Texas. In 
1866 he moved to San Antonio and founded the San Antonio National 
Bank, remaining at its head until 1912. He was a large purchaser of 
real estate near the city, and at one time owned all the land on which 
Fort Sam Houston and Camp Travis 'are now located. 

Mr. Brackenridge gave to San Antonio the park which bears his 
name, comprising more than three hundred acres 'of woodland, 
traversed by the San Antonio River, and considered by many to 
be the most beautiful park in the South. He also gave to San Antonio 
three public buildings, a hbrary, and much of the school equipment 
for the teaching of domestic science and manual training. He gave 
to the University of Texas, at Austin, land valued at §250,000 and 
a large dormitory for men. To Columbia University, New York, 
he gave $50,000 for a building to make possible the study of medicine 
by women under equal conditions with men. He contributed largely 
to the education of the Negroes, and was instrumental, through the 
San Antonio Express, in which he was a stockholder, in establishing 
a fund of §100,000, to be used in paying rewards for information 



MEMOIRS Xlv 

leading to the conviction and punishment of persons participating in 
any mob lynching a prisoner, either whit« or black, an3rwhere in 
the United States. During many years he was a member of the 
Board of Regents of the University of Texas, and maintained an 
active interest in that institution until the day of his death. 

Because of his large financial interests Mr. Brackenridge enjoyed 
the friendship and acquaintance of many financiers of national 
prominence. He was a friend of the late Porfirio Diaz, President 
of Mexico, and was credited with having financed the building of 
the railroad from Vera Cruz to Mexico City. 

1921 

Levi Frank Eaton, of Northville, Mich., a resident member 
since 1915, was born at Windsor, Vt., 20 September 1851, the son of 
Hezekiah and Elizabeth (Damon) Eaton, and died at Detroit, Mich., 
1 January 1921. He was a descendant of Robert Cushman, the 
agent of the Leyden Pilgrims in England, who came to Plymouth 
in New England in the Fortune in November 1621, but soon returned 
to England on business for the Colony, leaving his son Thomas, who 
later married Mary Allerton of the Mayflower, to continue the line 
in this country. 

He was educated at private and public schools in Middletown, 
Conn., and began his active career as bookkeeper in Meriden in the 
same State. He then entered the photo-engraving business, and was 
a pioneer in this class of work. Later he sold out his interest in 
the Meriden Gravure Company, and went to Detroit in 1891, where 
he organized in 1895 the Peninsular Engraving Company, of which 
he was president and general manager for twenty years. He estab- 
lished also the Detroit Rotary Gravure Company, and turned out 
the first rotogravure newspaper supplements in that city. He also 
organized the American Photogravure Company, with which he was 
connected at the time of his death. 

He was a member of the Detroit Board of Commerce, of the 
Exchange Club and other clubs, of the Society of the Sons of the 
American Revolution, and of the Masonic fraternity. In poUtics 
he was a Republican and in religious affiliations a Baptist. 

He married, in August 1882, Susan Medbury of Pomfret, Conn., 
who survives him, together with a son, Levi Medbury Eaton of 
Northville. 

FiTZROY Kelly, of Boston, elected a resident member in 1904 
and made a life member in 1912, was born in that part of Frankfort, 
Me., which is now the town of Winterport, 14 December 1847, the 
son of Albert Livingston and Caroline (Peirce) Kelly, and died in 
Boston 10 January 1921. I^e was a descendant of John' Kelly, who 
came to Newbury, Mass., in 1635, through John,^ John,^ John,* 
Moses,' Israel Webster,^ and Albert Livingston,^ his father. His 
grandfather, Israel Webster Kelly, married Rebecca Fletcher, who 
was sixth in descent from Robert' Fletcher of Concord, Mass., and a 
sister of Daniel Webster's first wife. His mother, Carohne Peirce, 



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was sixth in descent from Capt. Michael' Pierce of Hingham, Mass., 
and later of Scituate in the Plymouth Ck)lony, who fell in King 
Philip's War, 26 March 1676. 

Mr. Kelly received his early education in private and public 
schools at Frankfort, and later attended the . Little Blue School 
at Farmington, Me. He came to Boston in November 1862 and 
entered the law office of his brother, Edward A. Kelly, Esq., but in 
the following January took a position in the countingroom of Silas 
Peirce & Company, wholesale grocers, the founder of this firm being 
Mr. Kelly's uncle. Here he was promoted from time to time until, 
in January 1871, he was taken into the firm as a partner. He con- 
tinued as such until 1 April 1900, when the firm was incorporated as 
Silas Peirce & Company, Limited, and he retired from active business, 
but remained as a director in the new corporation. 

Mr. Kelly was a member of the Boston Chamber of Commerce 
and the Boston Wholesale Grocers' Association, of which he was at 
one time president, a life member of the Bostonian Society, and a 
member of the Maine Genealogical Society and of the Topsfield 
(Mass.) Historical Society. He was also a member of the Boston 
Art Club, the Oakley Country Club, and the Massachusetts Yacht 
Club. He served as a director in various corporations. 

He married in Boston, 24 February 1875, Amanda Marble, 
daughter of Freeland and Eliza (Clark) Marble, who survives him, 
together with four children, Nathan Spaulding Kelly of Boston, 
Mrs. Frank Parker Davis of Evanston, 111., Mrs. George A. Vose of 
Brookline, Mass., and Mrs. Wyatt St. B. Eustis of San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Victor Channing Sanborn, of Chicago, 111., a resident member 
since 1895, was born at Concord, Mass., 24 April 1867, the son of 
Franklin Benjamin and Louisa Augusta (Leavitt) Sanborn, and died 
in Chicago 13 January 1921. He traced his descent from Lieut. 
John' Samborne, who came to New England in 1632 with his grand- 
father, .Rev. Stephen Bachiler, and settled at Hampton, N. H., 
through Joseph' of Hampton, Lieut. Joseph' Sambom, Benjamin* 
Sanborn, Benjamin,' Aaron,' and Franklin Benjamin,' A.B., his 
father, the well-known journalist, historian, philosopher, man of 
letters, abolitionist, and social reformer, who was a resident member 
of the New England Historic Genealogical Society from 1894 to 
his death in 1917.* On his mother's side he was descended from the 
Williamses of Roxbury, the Holbrooks of Weymouth, and the 
Tilestones "of Dorchester, Mass. One of his maternal great-grand- 
fathers was Samuel Yendell, the sturdy seaman and ship carpenter, 
who served as a boy in the Revolution on the frigate Tartar and later 
voyaged with "Billy Gray's" expedition to the mouth of the Columbia 
River. Another great-grandfather was Samuel Holbrook, the Boston 
schoolmaster and friend of Governor Hancock. 

He was prepared for college in the public schools of Concord, 
graduating from the high school at the age of sixteen, but on account 



• of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, A.B., by Victor Cbanning Sanborn, in Reoisteb, 
vol. 71, pp. 291-295. 



MEMOIRS Xlvii 

of poor health he was prevented from entering Harvard College, 
as he had planned. In 1885, however, he spent a term as an unmatricu- 
lated student at Cornell University, and on 1 January 1886 began 
office work in Omaha, Nebr., for the Burhngton & Missouri Railroad, 
under the auditor of freight and passenger accounts. After a few 
months he was promoted to the passenger department, and for two 
years served as secretary to Mr. P. S. Eustis, general passenger agent. 
In 1888 Mr. Eustis was moved to Chicago, to take charge of the 
passenger department of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 
and he took Mr. Sanborn with him as his secretary. Two years later 
he was promoted to be assistant chief clerk, and for two years acted 
as chief clerk. On 1 January 1898 he resigned from the railroad 
service and engaged in the real estate business in Chicago, entering 
the ofSce of Clarence A. Burley. 

Mr. Sanborn inherited from his father an interest in genealogy 
which his family antecedents stimulated, and at the age of seventeen 
he had searched the Hampton and Exeter (N. H.) records and had 
laid the foundations for his most important book, "The Saraborne- 
Sanbom Genealogy. " The task of compiling this work extended over 
many years, and required extensive research in Old England as well 
as in New England. It was published by the author in one volume 
in 1899, and in 1916 some supplementary notes to this book, on the 
English ancestry of the family, were printed and bound with a few 
copies of the earlier work. His first genealogical work to appear in 
print was an article entitled "The Sambornes of England and 
America, " which was pubHshed in The New England Historical 
AND Genealogical Register for July 1885, when the author was 
only eighteen years of age, and was reprinted in separate form. 
This was the forerunner of a long list of articles and notes on New 
England famihes and their English connections, most of which were 
published first in the Register or in other genealogical magazines. 

Mr. Sanborn lived for several years at La Grange, 111., his residence 
when he joined the Society, but in 1900 he removed to Kenil worth, 
a few miles north of Chicago. There he built a house, which was his 
home for twenty years, until he sold it in the spring of 1920 and 
moved to Chicago, where he was nearer to the Newberry Library, so 
important to him in his researches. 

In 1895 he and his wife travelled for three months in England and 
on the Continent, and he spent considerable time in study among 
the English records. In 1913 he made a second visit to England. 

He was a member of the New Hampshire Historical Society, the 
Chicago Historical Society, the Lincolnshire (England) Record 
Society, and various literary, social, and athletic organizations in 
Chicago. He had been active in the civic life of Kenilworth, and 
was a member of the Home Guard there. Early in 1919 he entered 
the service of the American Red Cross, Central Division, in Chicago, 
as head of the Bureau of Accounts, where he showed a decided talent 
for office management and organization and won the respect and 
affection of all his associates in that branch of the service. 

He numbered among his personal friends and constant corre- 
spondents many of the most distinguished genealogists of England as 



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well as the United States. He was a valued contributor to the pages 
of the Register, and showed his appreciation of the work of the 
Society by bequeathing to it in his will the sum of one thousand 
dollars. In his untimely death from pneumonia, after a short illness, 
genealogists and historians have suffered a great loss. 

Mr. Sanborn married, 28 May 1891, Louisa Wilkinson Kirkland, 
daughter of Maj. Joseph and Theodosia Burr Davis (Wilkinson) 
Kirkland of Chicago, granddaughter of Mrs. Caroline Kirkland, the 
distinguished New York writer, and also a descendant of Gov. 
WUliam Bradford of the Plymouth Colony. Mrs. Sanborn survives 
her husband, with their two daughters, Caroline Kirkland Sanborn, 
now Mrs. Morrow Krum, and Louisa Leavitt Sanborn. They had 
also two sons, who died in infancy, 

Oliver Stetson Presbrey, of Burlington, Vt., a resident member 
since 1918, was born at Taunton, Mass., 17 February 1849, the son 
of John Oliver and Abby Leonard (Godfrey) Presbrey, and died at 
Burlington 14 January 1921. He traced his descent from William^ 
Presbrey of Taunton, through William,^ John,' John,* and John 
Oliver,* his father. He was also a descendant of John and Priscilla 
Alden, Myles Standish, the Leonards of Taunton, and other early 
settlers of New England. 

He was educated in the Chauncy Hall School, Boston, and was 
prepared for Harvard College. But in 1865 he entered the employ 
of the Cheever Ore Bed Company of Port Henry, N. Y., of which his 
father was general manager, in 1874 he in tiu-n was made general 
manager, and in 1891 he became the sole owner. In 1906 he formed 
the Cheever Iron Ore Company, of which he was president. In 1909 
"he sold his controlling interest in this company to Charles M. Schwab 
of the Bethlehem Steel Company and to Witherbee, Sherman & 
Company, and retired from active business. 

Mr. Presbrey married, 29 April 1873, Sarah Maria Hyde, daughter 
of Hon. Pitt Wilham and Maria (Kilbourne) Hyde of Hydeville, Vt., 
who survives him, with three sons, John OUver Presbrey of San 
Francisco, Calif., Maj. Oliver Hyde Presbrey of Ogden, Utah, and 
Edward Hyde Presbrey of New York City. Their second son, William 
Hyde Presbrey, died when four years of age, and their daughter, 
Mrs. C. D. Deming (Helen Hyde Presbrey) of Seattle, Wash., died 
25 February 1920. 

Alfred Tredway White, C.E., A.M., of Brooklyn, N. Y., elected 
a resident member in 1897 and made a life member in 1898, was 
born in Brooklyn 28 May 1846, the son of Alexander Moss and 
Elizabeth Hart (Tredway) White, and died at Central Village, N. Y., 
29 January 1921. In the course of one of his customary tramps in 
the mountain region west of the Hudson River he was skating on a 
lake at Central Village, when the ice gave way and he was drowned. 
He traced his descent from Thomas' White of Weymouth, Mass., 
through Ebenezcr,^ Thomas,' Rev. Ebenezer* of Weymouth and of 
Danbury, Conn., Joseph M.' of Danbury, Ephraim Moss^ of Danburj', 



MEMOIRS xlix 

and Alexander Moss,' his father. He was also a descendant of Elder 
William Brewster of the Mayflower. 

He was graduated at the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute in 1862, 
and then studied at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Troy, 
N. Y., receiving from the latter institution in 1865 the degree of 
Civil Engineer and being the valedictorian of his class. 

He spent a year in Europe, and then entered, as clerk, the office 
of the New York firm of W. A. & A. M. White, which had been 
established by his father and uncle in 1839. In 1868 he became a 
partner in this firm, which carried on the business of importing and 
manufacturing hatters' fur'and had a factory at Danbury, Conn. 

About the year 1872 Mr. White became interested in the condition 
of the homes of the working classes in New York and Brooklyn, 
and in January 1876 he went to England, where he inspected improved 
tenements in London. On his return he erected in Brooklyn a block 
of model tenements for the poorer classes, which were opened 
1 February 1877 and attracted much attention, being the first tene- 
ments erected with outside stairways and separate complete accom- 
modations for each family. He formed a company and erected in 
1877-1879 the Tower Buildings and in 1890 the Riverside Buildings, 
these two sets of buildings containing in all 547 homes and sheltering 
about 2000 persons. 

In 1876 he established the first seaside home for the simuner 
relief for poor children. In 1878 he was one of the organizers of the 
Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, served as its president for twenty-five 
years, and continued up to the time of his death as its secretary. He 
was a director of the Brooklyn Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Children and, since 1868, a director of the Brooklyn Children's 
Aid Society. 

He served as commissioner of city works in Brooklyn, 1894-1896, 
and was a member of the Tenement House Commission in New York, 
1900-01, a director of the City & Suburban Homes Company for 
building improved tenements, a trustee of the Phipps Buildings, for 
the same purpose, and a trustee of the Russell Sage Foundiation. 
He was the author of several books on housing. 

As a recognition of his work in establishing better homes for 
the laboring classes, Harvard University in 1890 conferred on Mr. 
White the honorary degree of Master of Arts, President Eliot 
describing him as virum rede divitem esse scieniem, "a man who knew 
how to be honorably rich." He, in turn, became interested in the 
development of the Department of Social Ethics at Harvard, and to 
aid in erecting Emerson Hall, in which this department is housed, 
he gave $50,000, and later, by various gifts for the support and equip- 
ment of this department, brought the total of his benefactions to the 
University up to almost $300,000, although the identity of the 
benefactor was, at Mr. White's request, withheld from the public 
for more than ten years. In 1913 a tablet in his honor was placed 
in Emerson Hall, with the inscription: "Harvard University here 
Commemorates the Gifts of Alfred Tredway White to Promote the 
Study of Social Ethics." 
Mr. White contributed to the education of the Negro by establish- 



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ing a fund at Hampton Institute and, with other members t)f his 
family, providing for the erection of White Hall at Tuskegee Institute. 
Many of his most characteristic benefactions were anonymous and 
unrecognized. After the breaking out of the World War, before any 
organization was proposed in this country for the relief of Belgium, 
Mr. White sent each month a special contribution to Cardinal 
Mercier from himself and his family, under the guise of "Friends," 
for which the Cardinal later, after learning the facts from a Brooklyn 
priest, made gracious acknowledgment. During the War he was 
prominent also in the activities of the American Red Cross. 

He was a member of the New York Chamber of i Commerce and 
of the Century, Grolier, Down Town (New York), Hamilton, and 
Engineers (Brooklyn) Clubs. He was independent in poUtics and 
a Unitarian in religion. 

He married, 29 May 1878, Annie Jean Lyman of Brooklyn, who 
died in May 1920, daughter of Edward Hutchinson Robbins and 
Sarah Elizabeth (Low) Lyman. They had two children, Katharine 
Lyman White, who married Henry B. Van Sinderen and died several 
years ago, and Annie Jean White, the wife of Adrian Van Sinderen. 



Of. the memoir of Mr. White, by Professor Francis Greenwood Peabody, in The Earvard 
Oraduata' Uaaaxine for June, 1921 (voL 28, pp. 577-583). 

Barrett Wendell, A.B., Litt.D., LL.D., of Boston, a life mem- 
ber since 1907, was born in Boston 23 August 1855, the son of Jacob 
and Mary Bertodi (Barrett) Wendell, and died there 8 February 1921. 
He traced his descent from Evert Jansen' Wendell of Albany, N. Y., 
an immigrant from East Friesland to the Dutch settlements on the 
Hudson, through John'^ of Albany, Abraham' of New York City and 
later of Boston, John^ of Boston, John' of Portsmouth, N. H., and 
Jacob' of Portsmouth, his father. His mother was the daughter of 
Nathaniel Augustus and Sally (Dorr) Barrett of Boston. 

He received his early education in private schools in New York 
City; and entered Harvard College with the Class of 1876; but on 
account of iUness he remained with that class for only one year, 
later joining the Class of 1877 in its Sophomore year and receiving 
his degree of Bachelor of Arts with it. He studied law for one year 
at the Harvard Law School, for another year in the office of Anderson 
& Howland in New York City, and for a third year in that of Shat- 
tuck. Holmes & Monroe of Boston; and then, in 1880, at the request 
of Professor Adams Sherman HiU, he accepted an appointment as 
instructor in English in Harvard College. 

With the active teaching force of Harvard he was associated from 
that time, except for a part of the academic year 1881-82, until his 
retirement, as professor emeritus, in 1917. He held the rank of 
instructor in English to September 1888, assistant professor of 
EngUsh, 1888-1898, and professor of English, 1898-1917. His inter- 
esting personaUty and his stimulating influence as a teacher of 
English composition and English literature at Harvard have been 
faithfully described by his pupil and fellow worker. Professor George 
Peirce Baker, in The Harvard Graduates' Magazine for June 1921. 

Professor Wendell's fame as a teacher, writer, and original thinker 
brought to liim many invitations to lecture and to give instruction 



at other universities besides Harvard. He lectured at the University 
of California in the summer term of 1901. In 1902-03 he represented 
Harvard at the celebration of the three hundredth anniversary of the 
Bodleian Library, at Oxford, and was Clark lecturer at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, England. In 1904-05 he was the first of the 
annual lecturers in the Hyde Foundation at the Sorbonne and other 
French universities. In 1914 he was appointed Harvard exchange 
professor at the University of Berhn, but did not serve in that 
capacity. 

As an author and historian of literature Professor Wendell held a 
high rank and enjoyed an international reputation. His first two 
published works were novels, "The Duchess Emilia," 1885, and 
"Rankell's Remains," 1887. These were followed by "English 
Composition" (a series of Lowell Institute lectures), 1891, "Cotton 
Mather" (in the Makers of America series), 1891, "Stelligeri and 
Other Essays concerning America," 1893, "William Shakespeare, a 
Study in Elizabethan Literature," 1894, "A Literary History of 
America," 1900, "Ralegh in Guiana" (a play in the Ehzabethan 
style, presented in Sanders Theatre, Harvard University, in 1897), 
"Rosamond," and "A Christmas Masque," 1902, "The Temper of 
the Seventeenth Century in English Literature," 1904, "A History 
of Literature in America" (in collaboration with Chester Noyes 
Greenough), 1904, "Liberty, Union, and Democracy, the National 
Ideals of America" (Lowell Institute lectures), 1906, "The France 
of Today" (Lowell Institute lectures), 1907, which has been trans- 
lated into French and German, "The Privileged Classes," 1908, 
"The Mysteries of Education," 1909, and "The Traditions of 
European Literature from Homer to Dante," 1920. A companion 
volume to this last-mentioned work, which would have continued 
the subject to the end of the nineteenth century, was unfinished at 
the time of Professor Wendell's death. In addition to these publica- 
tions in book form he was a contributor, from time to time, to maga- 
zines and the daily press; and the members of the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society and their friends had on two occasions 
the privilege of listening to instructive and stimulating addresses 
from him — one on "Types of New England Character," at the 
stated meeting of the Society on 1 April 1908, and the other on 
" Genealogy and Social Justice, " at the stated meeting of 1 December 
1915. 

His ability as a teacher and his attainments as an author were 
recognized by Columbia University in 1913 and by Harvard in 
1918, both institutions conferring on him the honorary degree of 
Doctor of Letters, and in 1920 he received from the University of 
Strassburg the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws. 

Professor Wendell was a trustee of the Boston Athenaeum for 
several years, and was made a fellow of the American Academy of 
Arts and Sciences in 1889, a member of the Massachusetts His- 
torical Society in 1893, a trustee of the Boston Library Society in 
1901, and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters 
in 1916. He was a member and at one time historian of the Society 
of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and held 



lii N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

membership also in the Somerset, Tavern, and Wednesday Evening 
Clubs of Boston, the Colonial Club of Cambridge, and the Century- 
Club of New York City. In June 1920 he was elected an overseer of 
Harvard University, but lived only a few months after the beginning 
of his term. 

In the course of his busy life as a teacher and writer Professor 
Wendell found time for travelling, in addition to the journeys made 
necessary by his European lectures. He spent the summers of 1877, 
1880, 1888, and 1891 in Europe, and his sabbatical vacation in the 
academic year 1894-95 was also enjoyed, with his family, abroad. 
He was in California and elsewhere in the West in the summer of 
1886. He went to Egypt in the winter of 1902-03, and in 1911 made 
a tour of the world, visiting among other countries India, China, 
and Japan. 

He married at Quincy, Mass., 1 June 1880, Edith Greenough, 
daughter of William, Whitwell and Catharine Scollay (Curtis) 
Greenough, who survives him, together with four children, Barrett 
Wendell, Jr., of Chicago, 111., A.B. (Harvard, 1902), Mrs. Reinier 
Van der Woude (Mary Barrett Wendell) of Holland, William 
Greenough Wendell of New York City, A.B. (Harvard, 1909), who 
served in France in the World War as a first lieutenant of Infantry in 
the American Expeditionary Force, and Mrs. Charles D. Osborne 
(Edith WendeU) of Auburn, N. Y. 

Of. The Banard Oradualui' Matanne, vol. 29, pp. 571-576, 583-586, 633-634, 635-638 
(June 1921). 

Francis Mason Learned, of Boston, a resident member since 
1894, was born in Boston 8 June 1845, the son of Abijah and Harriet 
Lovenia (Skinner) Learned, and died there 14 March 1921. He was 
a descendant of William' Learned, who was at Charlestown, Mass., 
in 1632 and removed in 1641 to Woburn, through Isaac,^ Benoni,' 
Thomas,* Abijah,' Isaac,' Abijah,' and Abijah,* his father. 

He received his early education in the Mayhew Grammar School 
of Boston, where he was graduated in 1861, the Enghsh High School, 
1861-62, and the Pierce Academy at Middleborough, Mass., 1862- 
63. He was a student in Harvard College, 1865-1868, and in the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1872-1876, but received no 
degree from either institution. 

Mr. Learned was in the real estate business with John H. Colla- 
more from 1878 until Mr. CoUamore's death in November 1896. 
He then became trustee of the Collamore estate, and held that 
position until his death. 

He was a member of various Masonic and other fraternal organi- 
zations. 

He married, 22 January 1890^ Maria Lucinda Hoffman Collamore, 
daughter of Gihnan and Lucinda (Cook) Collamore, who survives 
him. 

Edmund Cogswell Converse, of Greenwich, Conn., a Pilgrim 
Tercentenary member since 1919, was born in Boston 7 November 
1849, the son of James C. and Sarah Ann (Peabody) Converse, and 



MEMOIRS liii 

died at Pasadena, Calif., 3 April 1921. He was a descendant of Dea. 
Edward' Converse, who came to New England in 1630, in the fleet 
with Winthrop, and was of Charlestown and later of Woburn, Mass. 

He was educated at the Boston Latin School and the Boston 
English High School, but family reverses prevented him from enter- 
ing Harvard College. His father was the first president of the National 
Tube Works, at McKeesport, Pa., and the son entered the service 
of the company in 1872 and filled various positions until his appoint- 
ment as general manager in 1889. Subsequently he was associated 
with William Nelson Cromwell in an attempt to amalgamate all of 
the principal wrought-iron and steel-tube companies in the United 
States. While at first not successful, Messrs. Cromwell and Converse, 
acting as purchasers in behalf of J. P. Morgan & Company, syndicate 
managers, brought about the merger, in 1899, of about twenty pipe 
and tube concerns, which, with properties afterwards acquired, were 
formed into the National Tube Works Company, of which Mr. 
Converse was elected president. Upon the formation of the United 
States Steel Corporation in 1901, he withdrew from the active 
management of the business. 

Having a practical knowledge of the iron business, Mr. Converse 
was able to make many inventions, the most important of which 
was his Converse patent lock-joint water amd gas works system. 
Up to 1882 a perfect connection for wrought-iron pipe, without 
cutting threads, was unknown. After inventing the lock joint he 
perfected the system in all its details, and it proved to be the only 
perfect joint for wrought-iron water and gas works systems. The 
sales from this invention alone amounted to millions of dollars, as 
soon as it was well known. 

Mr. Converse was a director La many important financial and 
industrial corporations, of some of which he was president. He was 
a member of the Society of Colonial Wars, the Society of the Sons 
of the American Revolution, the Pennsylvania Society, the New 
England Society of New York, and the New York Genealogical and 
Biographical Society, as well as the Union League, New York Ath- 
letic, Metropolitan, New York Yacht, and Greenwich Country 
Clubs, together with many other clubs and societies. He was the 
owner of Conyers Manor, an extensive country seat at Greenwich, 
Conn. 

His will contained public bequests amounting to about $2,000,000, 
of which ten colleges were to receive $700,000. He had previously 
given $125,P00 to Harvard College to endow a professorship of 
banking in the Graduate School of Business Administration, in the 
development of which he showed a special interest. To the memory 
of two of his inomigrant ancestors, Edward Converse of Woburn and 
John Cogswell of Ipswich, Mass., Mr. Converse placed a tablet in 
the stair hall of the building of the New England Historic Genealogi- 
cal Society. 

He married first, 2 January 1879, Jessie Macdonough Green of 
New York, who died in 1912; and secondly, in New York City, 
30 January 1914, Mary Edith Dunshee, also of New York, who 
survives him, together with his three children, Mrs. Benjamin Strong, 



liv N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Jr. (Katherine P. Converse), of Greenwich, Baroness von Romberg 
of Wiesbaden, Germany, whose husband. Baron von Romberg, a 
captain in the Eightieth Prussian Fusiliers, was killed in the early part 
of the World War, and Edmund Cogswell Converse, Jr., of Santa 
Paula, Calif. 

Hon. Henry Kirke Porter, A.M., LL.D., of Pittsburgh, Pa., a 
Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1920, was born at Concord, 
N. H., 24 November 1840, the son of George and Phoebe Clarissa 
(Ayer) Porter, and died at Washington, D. C, 10 April 1921. He 
was a descendant of John' Porter of Windsor, Conn., through Sam- 
uel,* John,' Benjamin,^ Moses,' William,^ Isaac Adams,' and George,* 
his father. 

He was prepared for college at the New London (Conn.) Academy, 
entered Brown University, and received there the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts in 1860. He then studied for the ministry at the Newton 
(Mass.) Theological Institution, 1861-62, but laid aside his books to 
enhst, in 1862, in the Forty-fifth Regiment, Massachusetts Volun- 
teers. He continued in the military service of the United States 
until July 1863, when he was mustered out, having attained the 
grade of corporal. In the winter of 1864 he served on the United 
States Christian Commission. He resumed his theological studies 
at the Rochester (N. Y.) Theological Seminary in 1865-66, and was 
graduated there in 1866; but in May of that year he embarked on a 
business career. 

He began his business life as a partner in the firm of Smith & 
Porter of Pittsburgh, who developed as a specialty the building of 
light locomotives. After their shops were destroyed by fire, the 
name of the firm was changed in 1871 to Porter, Bell & Company, 
and in 1879 to H. K. Porter & Company, and in 1899 the firm was 
incorporated as the H. K. Porter Company, of which Mr. Porter 
was president. 

Mr. Porter was elected on the Republican ticket to the Fifty- 
eighth Congress, 1903-1905, from the Thirty-first Peimsylvam'a 
District, as a result of a demand for reform in the party. 

Mr. Porter, while a student in Brown University, became a mem- 
ber of the historic First Baptist Church of Providence, and after 
graduation he transferred his membership to the First Baptist 
Church of Pittsburgh. Here he was superintendent, active or hon- 
orary, of the Bible school for about fiity-five years, and was also a 
deacon in the church for many years and up to the time of his death. 
He was always a very Uberal contributor and faithful supporter of 
his church and of other agencies for bettering the world. 
_ He was president of the Pittsburgh Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation from 1868 to 1887, of the American Baptist Missionary 
Union, now known as the American Baptist Foreign Missionary 
Society, from 1901 to 1904, and of the American Baptist Home 
Missionary Society from 1895 to 1897. He was a member of the 
International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Association 
from 1875 on, a trustee of the Carnegie Institute from 1890, a trustee 
of the Crozer Theological Seminary from 1871, and one of the fellows 



MEMOIRS Iv 

of Brown University from 1899. He was vice president of the Pitts- 
burgh Chamber of Commerce from 1892 to 1906, a trustee of 
the Western Pennsylvania Institute for the Blind from 1887, and its 
president since 1904. 

He was a member of the American Geographical Society, the 
American Archaeological Society, the Duquesne and University 
Clubs of Pittsburgh, the University and Century Clubs of New York, 
the University Club of Providence, R. I., the Jekyl Island Club, 
Jekyl Island, Ga., and the Metropolitan, Cosmos, and Chevy Chase 
Clubs of Washington, D. C. He received the degree of LL.D. from 
Bicknell University in 1893. 

He married, 23 November 1875, Mrs. Annie (de Camp) Hegeman, 
who, with her daughter, Annie M. Hegeman, survives him. 

Seth Augustus Fowle, of Needham, Mass., elected a resident 
member in 1904 and made a life member in 1911, was born in Boston 
27 March 1840, the son of Seth Wyman and Lucy Ann (Sweetser) 
Fowle, and died at Needham 20 April 1921. He traced his descent 
from George' Fowle of Concord and Charlestown, Mass., through 
Lieut. James^ of Woburn, Mass., John,' John,* Jonathan,' John," 
and Seth Wyman,' his father. 

He was educated in private schools until he was eight or nine years 
of age, then attended the Phillips Grammar School in Boston for 
about two years, and after that was a pupil at the Mayhew Grammar 
School until 1854, when he was graduated, receiving a Franklin 
Medal. For two years thereafter he attended the English High 
School. 

In 1856 he entered the office of his father, a wholesale druggist in 
business on High Street, and remained with him as clerk and partner 
until the father died in 1867. He afterwards carried on the business, 
which was chiefly in proprietary medicines, under the name of Seth 
W. Fowle & Sons, his brother, Horace Sweetser Fowle, being his 
partner for most of the time. He retired from active business when 
about seventy years of age. 

In 1865 and 1866 Mr. Fowle was president of the Mercantile 
Library Association of Boston. He had been president of the Class 
of 1857, English High School, and a member of the Veterans' Asso- 
ciation, Independent Corps Cadets, since its organization, having 
previously been an active member of the Corps. He was a justice 
of the peace from 1870 on, and had served as executor, administrator, 
or trustee of numerous estates. 

He married, 12 September 1866, Emily Morton Mitchell of Nan- 
tucket, daughter of Capt. Richard and Charlotte Frances (Morton) 
Mitchell. They lived for a time in Roxbury, and later, for some 
years, at Aubumdale, Mass., going from there eight or more years 
ago to Needham. Mrs. Fowle died about five years ago. Mr. Fowle 
is survived by his youngest child, Mrs. Boylston Lincoln Williams 
(Frances Sweetser Fowle), and two granddaughters. Two older 
children, a son and a daughter, died young. 



Ivi N; E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Henry Harrison Proctor, of Boston, elected a resident member 
in 1904 and made a life member in 1911, was born in that part of 
Danvers, Mass., which is now the city of Peabody, 18 December 1840, 
the son of John W. and Mary Ingersoll (Osborn) Proctor, and died 
at Wellesley Hills, Mass., 23 April 1921. 

He received his early education in the schools of Peabody, and at 
the age of fifteen entered the employ of Abel Proctor & Son, a firm 
engaged in the sole-leather business. By dint of hard work he 
attained great success in this field, and became president of the 
Proctor-Emson Company, a position from which he retired only 
two or three years ago. He had long been a member of the New 
• England Shoe & Leather Association, of which he was at one time 
vice president. 

Mr. Proctor had been interested for years in educational and 
reUgious undertakings. He helped to start S. M. Sayford of the 
New England Evangelistic Association on his long and fruitful 
career. He was one of John R. Mott's earliest supporters, and was 
deeply interested in the Twenty-four Hour a Day Club, an agency 
instituted by the Young Men's Christian Association to help forward 
its work in foreign lands. Dwight L. Moody found in him a man of 
like spirit, and enlisted his restless energy and practical help in 
connection with the work for young women at Northfield and for 
young men over the River at Mount Hermon. For thirty-five years 
he was an influential member of the Prudential Committee of the 
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, and it was 
his deep sympathy with the returned missionaries of the Board 
that led him to start a fund (of which he contributed himself over 
one fourth), now amounting to $200,000, for retired and disabled 
veterans of that service. 

He was a member of the Old South Church and of the Eastern 
Yacht Club, the Brookline Country Club, and the Tedesco Club. 

He married, in 1863, Ellen Augusta Perkins of Peabody, who sur- 
vives him, together with two sons, Francis Ingersoll Proctor of 
WeUesley, Mass., A.B. (Harvard, 1887), M.D. and A.M. {ib., 1892), 
and Charles Anderson Proctor of Boston, LL.B. (Harvard, 1897). 

Fritz Hermann Jordan, of Portland, Me., a resident member 
since 1881, was bom at Portland 4 May 1848, the son of Winthrop 
Stanwood and Elizabeth Sophia (Merrill) Jordan, and died there in 
April 1921. He was a descendant of Rev. Robert' Jordan of Scar- 
borough, Me., a clergyman of the Church of England, who was at 
Casco before 1641, through Dominicus,^ Maj. Dominicus,' Nathaniel,^ 
Benjamin,' Rishworth,^ and Winthrop Stanwood,' his father. Domin- 
icus* Jordan, son of Robert, was of Scarborough, Me., and was killed 
by the Indians in 1703, when his wife and children were carried off 
to Canada. Of the family only the son Dominicus' escaped, thirteen 
years later, and returned to Maine. 

After graduating at the Portland High School Fritz Hermann 
Jordan, at the age of sixteen, entered the employ of his father in the 
ship-chandlery business, became a partner in the firm (W. S. Jordan 
& Company) in 1870, and, when the firm was incorporated in 1916, 



MEMOIRS Ivii 

was made president of the company. For fifty-seven years he devoted 
his energies to this business. 

He inherited a fondness for the sea and all pertaining to it, and 
by study he mastered the details of the construction, operation, and 
management of vessels. The sound, honorable business methods of 
his father were continued by him, and the business, small when he 
entfered it, gradually increased, until the controlling interest in a 
large fleet of coasting and deep-water vessels was acquired, many of 
which were under his management. He was also a model maritime 
assessor in the Admiralty Court. 

Mr. Jordan was an officer of the Portland Savings Bank, and was 
connected with many other business enterprises. For three years he 
was a member of the city government of Portland. He appreciated 
the value of historical studies, and was for twenty-five years the 
treasurer of the Maine Historical Society. He was also a member of 
the American Historical Association, the Maine Genealogical Society, 
the Society of Mayflower Descendants, the Society of the Sons of the 
American Revolution, and several local organizations and clubs. 
For many years he served as treasurer of the First Parish Church of 
Portland. 

He married, 22 August 1905, Ethel Abbot, who survives him. 

George Harlan Lewis, of Los Angeles, Calif., a resident member 
since 1918, was born at Maiden, Mass., 28 February 1840, the son 
of George Amasa and Caroline Antoinette (Cutter) Lewis, and died 
at Los Angeles 30 April 1921. He was a descendant of William' 
Lewis of Roxbury, Mass., in 1630, and of Lancaster, Mass., in 1653, 
through John,' John,' Jonathan,^ Aaron,' a Revolutionary soldier, 
Amasa,' and George Amasa,' his father. His maternal grandfather, 
Joshua Cutter, served in the War of 1812 on the U. S. Ship Constitu- 
tion', when that famous frigate captured the Guerri^re, the Cyane, 
and the Levant. Joshua Cutter's father, Ammi Cutter, was one of 
twelve men who captured a supply train on the way to Lexington, 
19 April 1775. 

Mr. Lewis was educated in the public schools of Maiden and at 
PhilUps Academy, Andover, Mass. 

He served in the United States Navy during the years 1861-1867. 
From 1868 to 1876 he was engaged in the wholesale grocery business 
in Chicago, 111., and after 1876, until 1903, when he retired from 
business, he was cashier of the Standard Oil Company in its office 
in New York City. 

Mr. Lewis did some important genealogical work, compiling a 
lengthy article entitled "Edmund Lewis of Lynn and some of his 
Descendants," which was pubhshed in 1907 and 1908 in the Essex 
Institute Historical Collections, and a briefer article entitled "Edward 
Lumas of Ipswich, Mass., and some of his Descendants," which 
appeared in the same periodical in 1917, and contributing gene- 
alogies of various Lewis families to several volumes of Lewisiana. 

He married Frances Maria Whitney, daughter of William James 
and Mary Ann (Siver) Whitney. She is not living, but three sons, 



Iviii N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Harry Lincoln Lewis, Edwin Whitney Lewis, and George Arthur 
Lewis, survive their father. 

George Alonzo Gibson, A.B., LL.B., of Boston, a Pilgrim Ter- 
centenary member since 1919, was born in Boston 27 February 1851, 
the son of George Martin and Frances Rebecca (Esten) Gibson, and 
died in Boston 2 May 1921. His father was born at Smithfield, R. I., 
3 April 1824, and his mother was a daughter of John and Emmehne 
(Williams) Esten of Providence, R. L 

He received his elementary education at the Phillips School, and 
was prepared for college at the Boston Latin School and at the New 
Church Institute at Waltham, Mass. He was graduated at Harvard 
in 1872. 

Immediately after leaving college he engaged in the real estate 
business, from July 1872 to September 1875. He began reading law, 
"on the side," under the advice and direction of the late F. H. 
Sawyer of the Suffolk bar, and in September' 1875 entered the 
Boston University Law School, from which he received the degree 
of Bachelor of Laws in 1878. He was in the office of Wilham S. 
McFarlane of Boston from September 1876 to February 1878, was 
admitted to the Massachusetts bar in February 1877, and began 
to practise his profession in Boston. In the fall of 1880 he became 
interested in the manufacture of pianos, and in April 1881 he gave 
up the practice of law and devoted himself entirely to this business. 
With Handel Pond, William Ivers, and James Thompson he founded 
in 1880 the widely known and successful Ivers & Pond Piano Com- 
pany, of which he was treasurer, secretary, a director, and, later, 
president. 

In 1897 he was elected one of the directors of the corporation of 
the New Church Institute of Education. He was a member of the 
University Club of New York, the Harvard, Union, Algonquin, 
Papyrus, St. Botolph, and New Church Clubs of Boston, the Boston 
Athletic Association, the Merchants' Association of Boston, the 
Eastern, Corinthian, and Boston Yacht Clubs, and the Megantic 
Fish and Game Corporation of Maine and Canada. 

He showed his interest in family history and his appreciation of 
the work of the New England Historic Genealogical Society by 
placing in the stair hall of the buUding of the Society a tablet in 
memory of his kinsman Stephen Hopkins, Governor of Rhode 
Island, Chief Justice, Signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

He lived at one time in Medford, Mass., but in his later years 
resided in Boston. 

• He married in Brooklyn, N. Y., 12 December 1872, Emily Ruth 
Dickinson, daughter of Darius Leander and Lida Maria (Cowing) 
Dickinson, who survives him, together with a son, Kirkland Hopkins 
Gibson, A.B. (Harvard, 1904), who was associated with his father 
in the piano business and succeeds him in his Pilgrim Tercentenary 
membership in the New England Historic Genealogical Society. An 
older son, George Cowing Gibson, died in 1895, in his twenty-second 
year. 



MEMOIRS lix 

Everett Wilson, of Winnetka, 111., a Pilgrim Tercentenary 
member since 1920, was born at Vernon, N. Y., 14 August 1854, 
the son of William Henry and Mary Catherine (Newell) Wilson, 
and died in Chicago, 111., 30 May 1921. He was a descendant of 
William Wilson of Connecticut, who married Clarissa House in 
1750, and, on his mother's side, of Abraham Newell of Roxbury, 
Mass., who came to New England in 1634 in the Francis, from 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, England, aged 50, with his wife Frances, aged 
40, and several children. 

He was educated at the Clinton (N. Y.) Liberal Institute and at 
the Canandaigua (N. Y.) Academy, and entered the employ of his 
father, who had incorporated, in the early seventies, the Oneida 
Steam Engine & Foundry Company at Oneida, N. Y. He remained 
with this company until 1878, when he took a position with the 
well-known packing house of Armoiu- & Company of Chicago. His 
first work there was at the billing desk, but it was not long before 
his tireless energy and ability were recognized, and he was promoted 
from one position of responsibility to another, until he became gen- 
eral branch-house superintendent and a director and vice president 
of the company. He was the father of the branch-house system, and 
developed the system of distribution which enabled the company 
to put its products, in prime condition, into practically every com- 
munity of consequence in the coimtry. 

As a memorial to his father, William Henry Wilson, who was born 
at Vernon, N. Y., 14 April 1824, and died at Adrian, Mich., 6 June 
1891, "Righteous, Diligent, Beloved," Mr. Wilson placed a tablet 
on the wall of the stair hall of the building of the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society. 

He married, 23 February 1886, Martha Hyde Lord of Springfield, 
111., who died in the following July, daughter of Dr. Rufus S. Lord. 
Two sisters and two brothers survive him, Eva Wilson of Winnetka, 
who succeeds to her brother's PUgrim Tercentenary membership 
in the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Mrs. Mary 
Hand of Adrian, Mich., Harry Wilson, and Frank' Wilson. 

Charles Pickering Bowditch, A.M., of Jamaica Plain, Mass., a 
life member since 1881, was born in Boston 30 September 1842, the 
son of Jonathan Ingersoll and Lucy Orne (Nichols) Bowditch, and 
died at Jamaica Plain 1 June 1921. His earhest Bowditch ancestor 
in New England was William Bowditch, of Thorncombe, then in 
CO. Devon but now in co. Dorset, England, clothier, who was baptized 
in that parish 26 December 1639 and emigrated to Salem, Mass., in 
1671. At Salem he was collector of customs, and died in 1681, while 
holding that office. His wife, Sarah Bear of Wayford, co. Somerset, 
England, whom he married at Bothenhampton, co. Dorset, 15 Sep- 
tember 1663, came to New England about 1679, bringing with her 
their son William, and outUved her husband by more than twenty 
years. The English ancestry of William Bowditch of Thorncombe 
and Salem has been traced back, through William, his father, Michael, 
his grandfather, and George, his great-grandfather, to John of Thorn- 
combe, his great-great-grandfather, who made his will 10 May 1563 



IX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL, SOCIETY 

and was buried at Thorncombe 17 May 1563.* From William' 
Bowditcli of Thorncombe and Salem Charles Pickering Bowditch 
was descended through Capt. William,^ Ebenezer,' Habakkuk,^ 
Nathaniel,' A.M. (Harvard, 1802), LL.D. (ib., 1816), the famous 
mathematician and astronomer, and Jonathan Ingersoll,' A.M. 
(Harvard, 1849), LL.D. (ib., 1886), his father. On the maternal side 
he was descended from John' Pickering, the founder of the Pickering 
family of Salem, through John,^ John,' Timothy,* Hon. Timothy,' 
A.M., LL.D., Revolutionary soldier and post-Revolutionary states- 
man, and Mary,^ his grandmother, who married Benjamin Ropes 
Nichols, father of Lucy Orne Nichols, the mother of the subject of 
this memoir. 

He was prepared for college at the schools of Thomas G. Bradford 
and Epes S. Dixwell, entered Harvard in 1859, and received there 
the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1863 and that of Master of Arts, in 
course, in 1866. 

Already before his graduation he had enlisted in the war for the 
preservation of the Union. In May 1863 he received a commission 
as second lieutenant in the Fifty-fifth Regiment, Massachusetts 
Volunteer Infantry, was promoted, 7 June 1863, to the rank of first 
lieutenant in the same regiment, and on 29 June 1863 became a 
captain. On 7 January 1864 he was made a captain in the Fifth 
Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry, but on 23 August of 
the same year he was honorably discharged, having been compelled, 
by reason of disability contracted in the service, to tender his 
resignation. 

Mr. Bowditch, after leaving the Army, engaged in the business of 
digging oil wells in Pennsylvania, and then was placed in charge of 
some estates in New York State, with his residence at Geneseo. In 
November 1872 he returned to Boston, which was his residence for 
the rest of his life, his home in his later years being at Jamaica Plain. 
His main occupation was that of trustee for several large estates, 
and he had an office in the business section of Boston. He became an 
officer or director in many financial and industrial corporations, 
among them being the American Bell Telephone Company, of which 
he was vice president, 1883-1886, the American Telephone & Tele- 
graph Company, the Massachusetts Cotton Mills, the Massachusetts 
Mills of Georgia, the Pepperell Manufacturing Company, the Saco 
Water Power Company, the Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance 
Company, and the old Boston & Providence Railroad Corporation. 
He was also a trustee of the Boston Athenaeum. 

Among scholars Mr. Bowditch held a high rank as an authority 
on Central American archaeology. He was a member of the faculty 
of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology at 
Harvard University, was associated with the Department of Archae- 
ology of the University of Pennsylvania, and was a member of the 
Archaeological Institute of America, of which he was vice president, 
the American Anthropological Association, and the American Ethno- 
logical Society. He was the author of numerous articles on Central 

• Of. REGiaxEE, vol. 72, pp. 223-210, where the error of Savage (Genealogical Dictionary, 
vol. 1, p. 220) in calUng the William Bowditch who was at Salem in 1639 the father of the William 
who died in 16S1 is clearly ehown and the true ancestry of the latter is conclusively proved. 



MEMOIRS bd 

American archaeology, some of which first saw the hght in The Ameri- 
can Anthropologist, and in 1910 he pubUshed a book entitled "The 
Numeration, Calendar Systems and Astronomical Knowledge of the 
Mayas." Other published works by him in the fields of folklore, 
literary history, and genealogj' were "Negro Songs from Barbados," 
which appeared in "The Folk-Lore Journal," vol. 5, part 2 (London, 
1887), "The Connection of Francis Bacon with the First Foho of 
Shakespeare's Plays and with the Books on Cipher of His Time," 
1910, and "The Pickering Genealogy," 1897, a monumental family 
history in three massive volumes, accompanied by a volume of 
tabular pedigrees. He was the author also of "An Account of the 
Trust administered by the Trustees of the Charity of Edward 
Hopkins," 1889. 

After reaching middle life Mr. Bowditch travelled extensively in 
the United States, the British Isles, on the European Continent, and 
in North Africa. In the early part of 1888 he went to Mexico and 
Yucatan, and in the early part of 1890 he made a trip to the Bahamas, 
Cuba, and Honduras. In 1904 he was in Mexico and southern CaU- 
fornia, and from 1904 to 1910 he spent his winters in Santa Barbara, 
Calif. In 1910-11 he journeyed to the Philippine Islands, China, 
Singapore, Java, and Japan. His travels in Central America were 
important in connection with his archaeological researches. 

In addition to the organizations mentioned above, which were 
connected with his archaeological work, Mr. Bowditch was a fellow 
(and in 1917 became president) of the American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, and a member of many other organizations, among which 
may be mentioned the American Association for the Advancement 
of Science, the American Antiquarian Society, the Massachusetts 
Historical Society, the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, the Essex 
Institute, the Bostonian Society, the Mihtary Order of the Loyal 
Legion, the American Forestry Association, the Massachusetts Horti- 
cultural Society, the Boston Society of Natural History, of which he 
was vice president, the American Geographical Society, the Ex- 
plorers' Club of New York, the Travelers' Club, the International 
Society of Americanists, the Soci^t^ des Am^ricanistes' de Paris, the 
Unitarian Club, the Harvard Clubs of New York and Boston, the 
Union Club, and the Brookline Country Club. In 1920 he was 
appointed a member of the Committee on English Research of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society, and served on this 
committee until his death. 

Mr. Bowditch married at Lenox, Mass., 7 June 1866, Corneha 
Livingston Rockwell, daughter of Hon. Juhus and Lucy Forbes 
(Walker) Rockwell of Lenox, who survives him, together with three 
daughters and a son, Cornelia Bowditch, Lucy Rockwell Bowditch, 
wife of Franklin Greene Balch of Boston, A.B. (Harvard, 1888), 
M.D. and A.M. (ib., 1892), Katharine Putnam Bowditch, wife of 
Ernest Amory Codman of Boston, A.B. (Harvard, 1891), M.D. (ib., 
1895), and Ingersoll Bowditch, A.B. (Harvard, 1897), S.B. (Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1900). Another daughter, Edith 
Bowditch, died in infancy in 1872. 



Ixii N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Cornelia Warren (formerly Cornelia Lyman Warren), of 
Waltham, Mass., a resident member since 1913, was born at Waltham 
21 March 1857, the daughter of Samuel Dennis and Susan Cornelia 
(Clarke) Warren, and died at Waltham 4 June 1921. Her father 
was a well-known paper manufacturer, and the business established 
by him is carried on to-day by the S. D. Warren Company, with 
main offices in Boston. In 1854 he purchased the Ammoncongin 
Mills, in Westbrook, Me., now greatly expanded and known as the 
Cumberland Mills, and his success was in large measure due to the 
importing of rags for paper-making. Miss Warren's mother was a 
daughter of Rev. Dorus Clarke, D.D., a distinguished Massachu- 
setts clergyman, writer, and editor, who was a member of the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society from 1862 to his death in 
1884. He became a life member in 1870, was a director of the Society, 
1868-1884, and served as its historiographer, 1868-1875.* The 
Warren family had a beautiful country estate, "Cedar Hill," in 
Waltham and a winter residence on Mount Vernon Street in Boston. 
Among other schools, Miss Warren was educated at Miss Gage's 
school on Mount Vernon Street and Miss Hubbard's school on 
Bowdoin Street in Boston. She then studied with Nathaniel Hooper, 
and in 1876 passed, with an excellent record, the preliminary examina- 
tions for women given under the auspices of Harvard College. Hav- 
ing become interested in the study of philosophy, she pursued this 
branch of learning for three years under Professor George Holmes 
Howison of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Pro- 
fessor George Herbert Palmer of Harvard University. 

From the age of twelve she made frequent trips to Europe, usually 
with her mother, and spent much time in Paris, where she became 
proficient in the French language and made great progress in music. 
In their later travels she and her mother visited Egypt. In her more 
mature years she was an energetic traveller by herself, and became 
well acquainted with her own country and with Mexico. 

From her early years she was a writer of verse, although only a 
few of her poems have been printed. She was the author of a novel, 
"Miss Wilton," which was published in Boston in 1892, and in 
1908 she printed privately "A Memorial of My Mother," a charm- 
ing tribute to her mother, who had died in 1901. 

Her interest in philanthropic work and in educational and social 
service was, however, superior to the allurements of literary activity. 
She did much for the welfare of the operatives in the Cumberland 
Mills, the great paper-manufacturing plant of her family, providing 
for them a gymnasium, tennis courts, a baseball stand, and a river 
bath, aiding in the development of the library there, and encouraging 
the work of the Girls' Club and the Boy Scouts. She was a trustee 
of the Boston Home for Incurables, from its incorporation in 1884 
until 1900, treasurer of the College Settlements Association, now 
the Intercollegiate Community Service Association, from 1892 to 
1900, a director of Denison House, and an honorary vice president 
of the Consumers' League. With Miss Katharine Coman, professor 
of economics at Wellesley College, she organized in Boston, some 

* Cf. memoir of Dr. Clarke, in Register, voL 38, pp. 253-261. 



MEMOIRS Ixiii 

thirty years ago, an association of tailoresses which, as the Thursday 
Evening Club, is still active. 

Her father had been a trustee of Bradford Academy, and on his 
death in 1888 her mother succeeded him in this ofEce, being the 
first woman member of the Board of Trustees. Miss Warren suc- 
ceeded her mother as trustee after the death of the latter, and held 
this position for the rest of her life. She was also a trustee of Wellesley 
College from 1900 to 1913. 

Both Miss Warren and her mother were generous helpers of the 
International Institute for Girls in Spain, and the former served on 
its board of directors from 1911 to 1919. Numerous other gifts to 
educational institutions were widely distributed, ranging from 
Tuskegee to Constantinople. 

She gave liberally to the Waltham Hospital, the Waltham Girls' 
Club, and other Waltham enterprises, and the grounds of her beau- 
tiful Waltham estate, "Cedar Hill," were often opened for dramatic 
festivals, picnics, and other gatherings. A lover of music and 
an accomplished pianist, she gave loyal support to the Boston 
Symphony Orchestra. 

Miss Warren's father had been one of the founders of the Mount 
Vernon Church in Boston, and she herself was a liberal Congrega- 
tionalist, a member of the Waltham Congregational Church, and a 
generous supporter of church activities, including foreign missions. 

In a beautiful tribute to Cornelia Warren pubhshed in a Boston 
newspaper Miss Katharine Lee Bates wrote: "The law of her life 
was Christian service. The achievement of her life was Christian 
character. " 

Miss Warren is survived by her two younger brothers, Edward 
Perry Warren, A.B. (Harvard, 1883), B.A. (University of Oxford, 
1888), M.A. (ib., 1911), a classical scholar and author, who has 
spent much time in England, and Fiske Warren of Boston and 
Harvard, Mass., A.B. (Harvard, 1884), a well-known publicist and 
a life member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. 
Two older brothers were Samuel Dennis Warren of Boston, A.B. 
(Harvard, 1875), LL.B. (ib., 1877), A.M. (ib., 1878), who succeeded 
his father in the business of paper manufacturing, was a public- 
spirited citizen, and died in 1910, and Henry Clarke Warren of 
Cambridge, Mass., A.B. (Harvard, 1879), an eminent Sanskrit 
scholar and a benefactor of Harvard University, who died in 1899. 

Albert Henry Stearns, of Dorchester, Mass., a resident member 
since 1909, was born at Waltham, Mass., 15 August 1844, the son of 
Albert Thomas and Salome (Maynard) Stearns, and died at the 
home of his son, Albert Thomas Stearns, at Pawtucket, R. I., 5 June 
1921. He was a descendant of Isaac' Stearns, who was at Water- 
town, Mass., in 1630, through Lieut. John^ of Billerica, Mass., 
John,' John,* Edward,' Abner,* and Albert Thomas,^ his father. On 
his mother's side he was descended from John' Maynard, one of the 
first settlers of Sudbury, Mass., through Zachariah,^ Capt. Moses,* 
Samuel,* Samuel,' Samuel,* and Salome,' his mother. 

He was graduated at the Dorchester High School with the Class 



Ixiv N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

of 1862, and from this school went directly into the lumber business 
with his father, the firm-name becoming eventually A. T. Stearns 
and Sons. This firm was incorporated, in 1883, as the A. T. Stearns 
Lumber Company, of Neponset, Mass. Along with this company 
the Cypress Lumber Company was developed, owning timberlands 
and operating a saw mill at Apalachicola, Fla. 

In 1892 Mr. Stearns retired from active participation in the busi- 
ness, and afterwards travelled extensively with different members 
of his family, making two trips to Europe — the last in 1914 — and 
several trips to the Pacific Coast, as well as visits to the West Indies 
and Central America. 

He was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, the Society of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, the Society of Sons of the Revolution, and other 
organizations, including the Masonic fraternity. He was one of the 
organizers and a director of the Dorchester Savings Bank. He was 
a Republican in politics and a communicant in All Saints' Church 
(Protestant Episcopal), Dorchester, of which he was at one time a 
vestryman. 

Mr. Steams married, 11 November 1885, Kate Bowers Dexter of 
Pawtucket, daughter of Henry Bowers and Emily Frances (Cam- 
bell) Dexter, who survives him, together with three children, Albert 
Maynard Stearns, B.A. (Amherst, 1908), associated with the A. T. 
Stearns Lumber Company, Albert Thomas Stearns of Pawtucket, a 
chemist, and Mrs. Katherine (Stearns) Haven, widow of E. Otis 
Haven, who was the son of Dr. Alfred Haven of Lake Forest, 111. 

Mart Perkins Quincy, of Litchfield, Conn., a life member since 
1898, was born in New York City 13 January 1866, the daughter of 
John Williams and Lucretia Deming (Perkins) Quincy, and died at 
Litchfield 12 June 1921. She traced her descent from Edmund^ 
Quincy, who arrived in Boston in 1633 and settled at Mount Wollaston 
(Braintree), Mass., through Lieut. Col. Edmund^ of Braintree, 
Col. Edmund' of Braintree, A.B. (Harvard, 1699), A.M. (z6.), a 
justice of the Superior Court of the Province, Edmund,* A.B. (Har- 
vard, 1722), A.M. (lb.), a judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Jacob" 
of Boston, A.B. (Harvard, 1753), A.M. (ib.), John Williams* of 
Boston, and John Williams' of New York City, her father. 

She was educated at Miss Leverett's school in New York City 
and at the school kept in New York by Mesdemoiselles Charbonnier 
of Paris. She also studied with other teachers and masters at home 
and in Europe. 

Miss Quincy had travelled far and wide — in the United States, all 
the countries of Europe, Egypt, Palestine, Asia Minor, the British 
Provinces in North America, parts of South America, and the 
West Indies. 

She wrote extensively on historical and genealogical subjects, 
especially on topics connected with the Quincy family, and many of 
her articles appeared in print. She was a member of the Archao- 
logical Institute of America, the New York Historical Society, the 
New Haven Colony Historical Society, the Litchfield (Conn.) His- 



MEMOIRS IXV 

torica,! Society, the American Geographical Society, as well as the 
Society of Mayflower Descendants, the Society of Colonial Dames, 
and other hereditary-patriotic organizations. 

Gen. Charles Henry Taylor, A.M., of Boston, a life member 
since 1902, was born at Charlestown, Mass., 14 July 1846, the son 
of John Ingalls and Abigail Russell (Hapgood) Taylor, and died in 
Boston 22 June 1921. He was a descendant of William' Taylor of 
Exeter, N. H., through Joseph,^ William,' WiUiam,^ Benjamin,' 
Eliphalet,' John,' and John Ingalls,' his father. "He was the eldest 
son of the eldest son of the eldest son, and so on back to William, the 
first settler, and so the head of the family of all the host of New Eng- 
land Taylors who are descendants of William Taylor of Exeter." 
Joseph Taylor, the settler's son, removed to Wells, Me., where he 
and his descendants did gallant service in the Indian wars. Two of 
General Taylor's ancestors, father and son, are on the Revolutionary 
rolls, the son being in General Scammon's regiment, which covered 
the retirement of Prescott's men from Bunker Hill, and taking part 
later in the decisive battle of Saratoga and the surrender of Bur- 
goyne's army. This Revolutionary soldier's son, the grandfather of 
General Taylor, served in the War of 1812 on the famous privateer 
America. General Taylor's mother, who was born at Marlborough, 
Mass., 28 April 1818, was the daughter of David and Lydia (Stearns) 
Hapgood. 

He was educated in the grammar and high schools of Charlestown, 
and at the age of fifteen entered the employ of a Boston printing 
ofiice, where The Massachusetts Ploughman and The Christian Register 
were set up, and where he learned the trade of a compositor. Soon 
afterwards he found a position in the office of the Boston Traveler, 
where he worked at different times in the mail room, the pressroom, 
and the composing room. 

When but sixteen years old he left the office of the Traveler and 
enlisted as a private in the Thirty-eighth Regiment, Massachusetts 
Volunteer Infantry, and served in the field about a year and a half 
(1862-63) with General Banks's command. In the assault upon 
Port Hudson, 13 June 1863, he was severely wounded, and in conse- 
quence was honorably discharged from the service and sent home. 

On returning to civil life he reentered the office of the Traveler. 
and after working for some time in the composing room became one 
of the reporters for that newspaper. He soon made his mark as an 
inteUigent and ready writer. He took up shorthand writing and did 
notable work as a stenographer. While connected with the Traveler 
he also attracted much attention as a correspondent for newspapers 
in other cities, especially the New York Tribune and the Cincinnati 
Times. 

On 1 January 1869, he became private secretary to Gov. William 
Claflin, who made him a member of his mihtary staff, with the rank 
of colonel. He served as secretary to the Governor for three years, 
but he continued to do a large part of his former work as a news- 
paper correspondent, never once dissociating himself from his chosen 
profession as a journalist. 



Ixvi N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

In 1872 he was a member of the Massachusetts House of Repre- 
sentatives from Somerville, and was reelected for the following year, 
receiving the unusual honor on both occasions of being the unani- 
mous choice of his fellow citizens, regardless of party hnes. He was 
elected clerk of the House, and filled that office until August 1873. 

He then, in 1873, took charge of the Boston Daily Globe, a news- 
paper which had been started a little over a year before and was 
then struggling hard to obtain a foothold among the Boston daihes. 
For nearly five years Colonel Taylor, as manager of the Globe, seemed 
to be fighting a losing battle, but in March 1878 he took a bold, new 
departure, organizing the paper as a Democratic two-cent daily, to 
be conducted on popular lines and to appeal to the many, instead of 
the few. This action proved to be the turning point in the history of 
the paper. From this time it prospered more and more under the able 
management of its resourceful editor, whose name is now enrolled 
among the names of the great newspaper editors of the Nation. 

Gov. William E. Russell recognized Colonel Taylor's ability by 
appointing him to his staff, with the rank of brigadier general, a 
position which he held for the three years (1891-1893) of Mr. Rus- 
sell's governorship. In 1896 Dartmouth College conferred on him 
the honorary degree of Master of Arts. 

General Taylor founded the Middlesex Club, an example which 
was followed by the organization of the Norfolk County Club and 
the Essex County Club. He took a deep interest in the Grand Army 
of the Republic, and was a member of several other organizations, 
including the Algonquin Club and the Boston Art Club. 

"The personal qualities of General Taylor are well known. He 
was genial, having a genius for friendship; his employees held him in 
affectionate esteem, he gave time, thought and money to plans for 
their welfare. He was an admirable story-teller. He was versatile 
and level-headed, not easy to stampede. He found his ideals early 
and aimed at them all his life." 

He married, 7 February 1866, Georgianna Olivia Davis, who died 
18 July 1919, daughter of George William and Lovilla Frances 
(Lovering) Davis of Charlestown. Three sons and two daughters 
survive him. The eldest son, Charles Henry Taylor, Jr., is general 
manager, and the second son, William Osgood Taylor, A.B. (Harvard, 
1893), is business manager of the Globe. The youngest son, John 
Irving Taylor, is interested in real estate. The older daughter, 
EUzabeth, is the wife of Horace D. Pillsbury of San Francisco, Calif., 
and the younger daughter is the wife of Matthew C. Armstrong of 
Hampton, Va. 

Israel H. Hatch, of Marshfield, Mass., a resident member since 
1904, was born at Marshfield 8 December 1837, the son of Joel and 
Rebekah (Hatch) Hatch, and died there 25 June 1921. He was a 
descendant of Elder William' Hatch, who embarked for New England 
in March 1634/5 in the Hercules, sailing from Sandwich, co. Kent, 
and settled at Scituate in the Plymouth Colony,* through Walter,' 

* For the EngliBh home and ancestry of Elder William Hatch see Reqister, vol-^70, pp. 245 
tt leq. 



MEMOIRS Ixvii 

Israel,' Israel,* Israel,' and Joel,' his father. Among his mother's 
ancestors were Richard Warren of the Mayflower and Gov. Thomas 
Prence. 

He received his early education in the common schools, and, his 
father having died when he was eleven years old, he left school at 
the age of fom-teen and worked for two years in New Bedford, going 
forth from the office of the New Bedford Standard in 1853. He then 
attended a private school that was kept by Rev. Frederic Fiske at 
Marshfield Hills, 1854-1856. 

He taught in the public schools at Marshfield in 1857-58, served 
in the Civil War as a member of Company K, Thirty-eighth Regi- 
ment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1862, and Company C, 
Sixty-first Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1864-65, 
and from 1869 to 1881 was engaged in the manufacture of wooden 
boxes. He afterwards became a farmer. 

For twelve yeara he was one of the Board of Selectmen, Assessors, 
and Overseers of the Poor at Marshfield, and he was for a number of 
years a justice of the peace. He was for many years secretary of the 
Marshfield Agricultural and Horticultural Society, and was clerk 
and treasurer of the Second Congregational Church (Trinitarian) 
from 1884 until three months before his death. 

Mr. Hatch married at Marshfield, 1 August 1859, Carohne Blan- 
chard Oakman of Marshfield, daughter of WilUam Clift and Caroline 
(Ford) Oakman, who survives him, together with a daughter, Alice 
Soule Hatch, and a son, Harris Blanchard Hatch, vice president and 
treasurer of the Royal Electrotype Company of Philadelphia, Pa. 
Their oldest child, Israel Ellis Hatch, died in infancy, and their 
youngest child, Tracy Weston Hatch, died without issue in his 
thirtieth year. 

Frank Forrester Stanley, of Swampscott, Mass., a resident 
member since 1904, was born at Lynn, Mass., 1 April 1850, the son 
of Joseph and Mary Jane (Atkins) Stanley, and died at Swampscott 
18 July 1921. He was a descendant of Stephen Hopkins and his son 
Giles of the Mayflxmer. 

He was educated in the public schools of Lynn and Swampscott. 

From his early manhood Mr. Stanley was associated with the 
Stanley Manufacturing Company of Lawrence and Salem, Mass., 
engaged in the manufacture of machinery, and from 1882 on he was 
the head of this company. He was an inventor of note, a marine 
engine being among his many inventions. He was also the head of 
the Stanley Marine Engine Company. 

Mr. Stanley was a trustee of the estate of the late Gordon McKay, 
having been his personal friend and closely associated with him in 
his business undertakings. For forty years he was a trustee of the 
Swampscott Public Library, and he was a member of the Boston 
Chamber of Commerce, the Boston Athletic Association, the Tedesco 
Country Club, the Corinthian Yacht Club, and the Swampscott 
Historical Society. In politics he was a Republican. 

He married, 18 November 1875, Caroline Frances Roberts of 
Lynn, who died 4 April 1914, daughter of Daniel and Lucinda 



Ixviii N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

(Washburn) Roberts. A son, Lyman Roberts Stanley of New York, 
and two daughters, Grace Forrester Stanley, wife of Walter Mere- 
dith Boothby of Rochester, Minn., A.B. (Harvard, 1902), M.D. 
(lb., 1906), A.M. (ib., 1907), and Gertrude Frances Stanley, survive 
him. 

Edward Hartwell Kidder, A.M., of New York City, a life 
member since 1882, was born at Cambridge, Mass., 12 August 1840, 
the son of Edward and Ann (Potter) Kidder, and died at Ridgefield, 
Conn., 22 July 1921. He was descended from James^ Kidder, who 
was born at East Grinstead, co. Sussex, in 1626, and settled at 
Cambridge, Mass., as early as 1650, through John,^ Thomas,' Col. 
Reuben,^ an early settler of New Ipswich, N. H., Isaiah,' and 
Edward,' his father. The English ancestry of the family has been 
traced back for several generations to Richard Kidder, who was liv- 
ing at Maresfield, co. Sussex, in 1492.* 

Edward* Kidder was born at New Ipswich, N. H., 19 October 
1805, settled in Wilmington, N. C, in 1826, and resided there until 
his death, which occurred 25 February 1885. His wife, Ann Potter, 
whom he married soon after his removal to Wilmington, was a 
daughter of Capt. Gilbert Potter of New York. For about eight 
years he was engaged in the commission business at Wilmington 
with his elder brother, Frederic, under the firm name of F. & E. 
Kidder, until the partnership was dissolved on the removal of Fred- 
eric Kidder to New England. Edward Kidder continued in business 
for a while at Wilmington in a new firm, but soon, with his father- 
in-law. Captain Potter, embarked in the steam-sawmill business, 
which he carried on for the remainder of his life. He was elected a 
corresponding member of the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society 5 February 1851, was transferred to life membership in 1871, 
and was Honorary Vice President of the Society for North Carolina 
from 1856 to 1863 and from 1883 until his death.f He was a strong 
supporter of the Union during the Civil War, although one of his 
sons served in the Confederate Army. Frederic Kidder, brother of 
Edward, was elected a resident member of the New England His- 
toric Genealogical Society 11 July 1849, was made a life member in 
1863, and died 19 December 1885. He was Treasurer of the Society, 
1851-1855, a Director, 1851-1855 and 1862-1885, and by establishing 
in his will the Kidder Fund for the purchase of books for the Library- 
became one of the Society's generous benefactors.! 

Edward Hartwell Kidder, at the age of thirteen, was sent from 
Wilmington to the school kept by Stephen M. Weld, at Jamaica 
Plain, Mass., and in 1856 was placed in the Rectory School of Rev. 
C. W. Everest, at Hamden, Conn. There he was prepared for col- 
lege, and entered Harvard in 1859. In consequence of the breaking 
out of the Civil War, in 1861, he was, as he expressed it, "cut off 
from supplies," and therefore left college and taught during his 
Junior year at Mr. Everest's school. He rejoined his college class, 

•Cf. Reqibter, vol. 41, p. 137, and History of New Ijiawich, 1852, pp. 398-399. 
tCf. brief memoir of Edward Kidder, in Register, vol. 39, p. 397. 
tCf. memoir of Frederic Kidder, in Rkoibter, vol. 41, pp. 129-140. 



MEMOIRS Ixix 

however, in 1862, and received the degree of Bachelor of Arts with 
his classmates in 1863. The degree of Master of Arts, in course, 
was conferred on him in 1866. 

After graduation he settled in the North. Before engaging in 
business he went to Nassau, Bahama Islands, for a short visit, and 
then, in October 1863, entered the employ of George S. Page & 
Brother of New York City, dealers in coal tar products. On 1 Jan- 
uary 1865, having bought an interest in the business, he was admitted 
as a partner, the firm being known as Page, Kidder & Company. 
A few years later Mr. I. D. Fletcher became a partner in the busi- 
ness, and the firm name was changed to Page, Kidder & Fletcher. 
In 1872 the firm was incorporated as the New York Coal Tar Chem- 
ical Company, of which Mr. Kidder, after a year's retirement, was 
elected secretary in 1874. Afterwards it was one of the important 
companies taken into the merger known as the Barrett Manufac- 
turing Company, of which Mr. Kidder had been secretary and was 
a director at the time of his death, although he had retired from 
active business some years previously. He had also been secretary 
of the American Coal Products Company. 

Mr. Kidder was for some years a vestryman of St. James's Church 
in Brooklyn, N. Y., and was a trustee of Adelphi Academy, the 
Brooklyn City Hospital, and the Brooklyn Savings Bank, and he 
gave freely but unostentatiously of his time, his sympathy, and his 
wealth to the church, to charities, and to social service. 

His residence during his married life was in Brooklyn, but later 
he lived in New York City, at 37 East 77th Street. In the latter 
part of his life he travelled much, going to Europe for several months 
in the summers of 1895 and 1896, spending some seven or eight 
months in Egypt and in Europe in 1899, four more months abroad 
in 1901, and the winter of 1904-05 in Rome, and making another 
journey to Europe in 1906. 

He married at Brooklyn, 11 October 1865, Mary Lincoln Hathaway, 
who died 25 December 1890, daughter of James L. Hathaway of 
Brooklyn. Two children survive him, James Hathaway Kidder, A.B. 
(Harvard, 1892), and Mary Grace Kidder, who was married, 18 Sep- 
tember 1900, to Paul Leicester Ford, a well-known writer. Mr. Ford 
died 8 May 1902, and his widow was married secondly, 18 January 
1908, to Dr. Linsly Rudd Williams. Mr. Kidder's oldest child, 
Edward Hartwell Kidder, Jr., died in 1876, in his ninth year. 

Florence Hale Abbot, B.L., M.D., of Boston, a resident 
member since 1920, was bom at Wilton, N. H., 20 October 1867, 
the daughter of Harris "and Caroline Ann (Greeley) Abbot, and died 
unmarried in Boston 1 August 1921. She was a descendant of 
George' Abbot, who came from Yorkshire, England, about 1640, 
and settled in Andover, Mass., where his house was a garrison, 
through John,2 John,' John,* Maj. AbieP of Wilton, N. H., Capt. 
Ezra,' and Harris,' her father. Her grandfather, Capt. Ezra' Abbot 
(1772-1847), the first manufacturer of potato starch, married 
Rebecca Hale, daughter of Lieut. Joseph and Rebecca (Harris) 
Hale and niece of Capt. Nathan Hale, the Revolutionary patriot. 



IXX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

She received her preliminary education in the common schools 
of Wilton, at the Pembroke (N. H.) Academy, and at Gushing 
Academy, Ashburnham, Mass., where she was graduated in 1887. 
She entered Smith College, and received there the degree of Bachelor 
of Letters in 1891. She was a governess and a teacher, at Bermuda 
and at Pembroke Academy, 1891-1893, and then studied medicine 
for four years, receiving the degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1897 
from the Women's Medical College of the New York Infirmary. In 
1898 she obtained a diploma from the Woman's Hospital, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., where she had spent a year as resident physician. 

After leaving Philadelphia she served as assistant physician in 
three State hospitals for the insane in Massachusetts, at Medfield, 
1898-1903, Taunton, 1903-1908, and Worcester, 1908-1910. From 
1910 to 1917 she was assistant physician at Dr. MeUus's private 
hospital in Newton, Mass., and then held a similar position at the 
Boston State Hospital at Mattapan, where she died. 

She was a member of the American Medical Association, the 
Massachusetts Medical Society, the American Medico-Psychologi- 
cal Association, the New England Society of Psychiatry, the Asso- 
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae, and the College Club of Boston. In 
religion she was a Congregationalist. 

Mrs. Louise Bartlett (Carruth) Baxter, of Pine Orchard, 
Conn., a life member since 1913, was born at Northborough, Mass., 
20 January 1846, and died at Framingham, Mass., 2 August 1921. 
She was the daughter of Henry Ware and Harriet A. (Gould) Bart- 
lett, but was adopted by Horatio Townsend and Charlotte (Martin) 
Carruth of Northborough and brought up as their own child, and 
she cherished their memories "with gratitude and loving respect." 
Her father, Henry Ware Bartlett, was born at Northborough 25 
December 1825, the son of Joel and Sarah Bartlett; and her mother, 
Harriet A. Gould, was born at St. Johnsbury, Vt., in 1829, the 
daughter of Phineas and Harriet (Spear) Gould. Horatio Townsend 
Carruth was born at Northborough 28 March 1801, and died at 
Quincy, Mass., 11 March 1875; and Charlotte Martin, his wife, 
was born at Portsmouth, N. H., 28 February 1804, and died at 
Northborough 30 April 1873. 

She was educated in public and private schools in Northborough, 
and was graduated at the Framingham Normal School in 1867. She 
taught in Northborough from 1867 to 1870. 

She was married at Northborough, 10 February 1870, to Charles 
Newcomb Baxter of Quincy, who died 30 October 1882, son of 
Thompson and Dolly Arm (Perley) Baxter. Two of her children 
survive her, Dolly Ann Baxter, at the Taunton (Mass.) State Hos- 
pital, and Charles Newcomb Baxter, S.B. (Massachusetts Agricul- 
tural College and Boston University, 1898), A.B. (Harvard, 1902), 
now librarian of the James Blackstone Memorial Library at Bran- 
ford, Conn., and since 1911 a life member of the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society. Three other children died in infancy. 
Mrs. Baxter's five children were born at Quincy, but she joined the 
Society in 1913 as a resident of Southborough, Mass. 



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Theodore Edward Leeds, of New York City, elected a resident 
member in 1896 and made a life member in 1898, was born in Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., 4 October 1839, the son of Theodore Churchill and 
Mary Ann (Leach) Leeds, and died in New York. City 6 August 
1921. He traced his descent from Richard' Leeds, who, aged 32, 
sailed from Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, in April 1637, on the 
John and Dorethey, with his wife Joan, aged 23, and one child, and 
settled in Dorchester, Mass., through Joseph,* Joseph,^ Hopestill,* 
Daniel,' Benjamin Bass,' and Theodore Churchill^ of Boston, his 
father. The first Joseph removed from Dorchester to Northampton, 
Mass., where he married and lived for about sixteen years (1661- 
1677), afterwards returning to Dorchester; but, with this exception, 
the ancestors of Theodore Edward Leeds, from Richard, the immi- 
grant, down to Theodore Churchill Leeds, were residents of Dor- 
chester. 

He was educated under private instructors and was prepared for 
Harvard College, but financial losses suffered by his father prevented 
him from taking a college course. He therefore entered, as a student, 
the law office of A. A. Ranney and Nathan Morse of Boston, and 
was admitted to the Suffolk bar in January 1863. A few years after- 
wards he removed to New York City, and became a member of the 
New York Stock Exchange, without, however, relinquishing his 
legal studies. In the oflBce of George Buckham, Joshua M. Van 
Cott, and Francis N. Bangs, in New York City, he studied the 
practice of New York State, and, after admission to the New York 
bar, resumed the practice of his profession there. At different times 
he was associated with John S. Davenport and CJeorge W. Dillaway, 
until 1894, when the partnership was dissolved, and Mr. Leeds 
devoted himself to legal work solely as a counsellor. His clientele 
was largely made up of trustees of estates, banking interests, and 
industrial corporations. 

In a history of the bench and bar of New York, published about 
1896, appears the following statement: "Mr. Leeds enjoys a large 
and lucrative practice. He is a man of strict integrity, a sound 
lawyer, a patient and sagacious counsellor, a wise and successful 
healer of differences, and a loyal and disinterested friend." 

He was a member of the Union League Club, the Social Reform 
Club of New York City, and other New York organizations, and 
in 1906 made, with his wife, a voyage to Europe. He was an ear- 
nest student of Elizabethan literature and an ardent admirer of 
Shakespeare. 

He married, 4 February 1886, Mary Eliza Bronson, who survives 
him, daughter of Malcolm and Jane Eliza (Tibbitts) Bronson, 
Malcolm Bronson being the son of Edward and Mary (McLaren) 
Bronson and Jane Eliza Tibbitts being the daughter of Freedom 
and Eliza (Sanger) Tibbitts. Mr. and Mrs. Leeds had no children. 

CoL. Samuel Pomeroy Colt, LL.B., of Bristol, R. I., a Pilgrim 
Tercentenary member since 1919, was born at Paterson, N. J., 10 
January 1852, the son of Christopher and Theodora G. (DeWolf) 
Colt, and died at Bristol 13 August 1921. On his father's side he 



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was a descendant of the Colts of Hartford, Conn., his grandfather 
being Ciiristopher Colt, and his uncle, for whom he was named, 
being Samuel Colt, the inventor of the Colt revolver. On his mother's 
side he was connected with the DeWolfs of Bristol, who in the early- 
part of the last century amassed large fortunes in the East India 
trade. His great-uncle, James DeWolf, was United States senator 
from Rhode Island from 1821 to 1825. His great-grandfather, 
William Bradford, a descendant of Gov. William Bradford of the 
Plymouth Colony, was United States senator from 1793 to 1797. 

He received his early education at Hartford, Conn., and at Anthon's 
grammar school in New York City, was a student at the Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, 1870-1873, and, entering the Columbia 
University Law School, received there the degree of Bachelor of Laws 
in 1876. He was admitted to the New York bar in the same year and 
to the Rhode Island bar in 1877. From 1877 to 1887 he practised 
law in Providence; R. I. 

A Republican in politics, he served on the staff of Gov. Henry 
Lippitt of Rhode Island, with the rank of colonel, 1875-1877, was a 
member of the Rhode Island General Assembly from Bristol, 1876- 
1879, and was assistant attorney general of Rhode Island, 1879-1882, 
and attorney general, 1882-1885. 

Colonel Colt founded the Industrial Trust Company of Providence, 
one of the strongest financial institutions of Rhode Island, of which 
he was president until 1908 and afterwards chairman of its Board 
of Directors, and in 1888 he entered the field of industry by reor- 
ganizing the National India Rubber Company of Bristol, consoli- 
dating three rubber companies and becoming president of the new 
company. Later he amalgamated this with other concerns under 
the name of the United States Rubber Company, with a capital stock 
of $50,000,000, which was increased fifty per cent in 1905. Originally 
the legal adviser of this company, he became its president in 1901 
and served in that capacity until 1918, when he was appointed chair- 
man of its Board of Directors. He was also a director in forty or 
more other organizations, including banks, railroads, steamship 
companies, and manufacturing companies. His home was in Bristol, 
but he had offices in Providence and in New York City. 

His large fortune enabled him to make many Uberal gifts for 
worthy purposes. As a memorial to his mother, he erected a white 
marble building for the Bristol high school, at a cost of about S150,000. 
He laid out a beautiful public park of three hundred acres on Popa- 
quash, a peninsula jutting out from Bristol, in which he placed a 
costly work of art in marble and bronze, and erected a big tower 
as an observatory. He purchased part of Mount Hope, overlooking 
Mount Hope Bay and Fall River, vnth the intention of establishing 
a public park there. He also contributed $10,000 to start a fund for 
the building of a memorial hbrary to Col. John Hay, the distinguished 
writer and statesman, at Brown University. 

He was a member of the Squantum, Hope, and University Clubs 
of Providence, and of the Metropolitan, Lawyers', and East Indian 
Clubs of New York. 
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daughter of J. Russell Bullock, a former judge of the United States 
District Court for Rhode Island, who survives him, together with 
two sons, Russell Griswold Colt and Roswell Christopher Colt. He 
is also survived by an elder brother, Hon. Le Baron Bradford Colt, 
A.M., LL.D., of Bristol, R. I., formerly a judge of the United States 
District Court for Rhode Island and afterwards of the United States 
Circuit Court for the First Judicial Circuit, and since 1913 a United 
States senator (Republican) from Rhode Island. 

Jane Wilkes, of Washington, D. C, a Pilgrim Tercentenary 
member since 1920, was born in New York City 3 January 1829, the 
daughter of Rear Admiral Charles Wilkes, U. S. N., and his wife, 
Jane Jeffrey (Renwick) Wilkes, and died at Wellesley Hills, Mass., 
at the home of her niece, Mrs. A. E. Rankin, 17 August 1921. She 
traced her descent from Israel Wilkes, surveyor, officer in the Colonial 
Army, and lawyer, who was born in England in 1722, married there 
in 1752 EUzabeth De Ponthier, came to New York City in 1754, 
died there in 1803, and was buried in Trinity Churchyard. His son, 
Capt. John De Ponthier Wilkes, was born in England in 1753, 
married in New York City, in 1789, Mary Seton, daughter of Lieut. 
Andrew and Margaret (Seton) Seton of New York and New Jersey, 
and died in 1835. 

Charles Wilkes, fifth child of Capt. John De Ponthier Wilkes and 
father of Jane Wilkes, was bom in New York City 3 April 1798, 
married there, in 1826, Jane Jeffrey Renwick, born in New York 
City in 1802, daughter of Wilham and Jane (Jeffrey) Renwick, and 
died in Washington 8 February 1877. He was a distinguished officer 
in the United States Navy, entering the service as a midshipman 
1 January 1818 and advancing through the various grades until, 
while holding the rank of commodore, he was retired on account of 
age, 25 June 1864, and was promoted to the rank of rear admiral on 
the retired list, 25 July 1866. He was in command of an exploring 
squadron which sailed from Norfolk, Va., in 1838, entered the 
Pacific Ocean, discovered the Antarctic Continent, cruised along 
the western coast of North America, and arrived in New York in 
1842, having circumnavigated the globe. For the services rendered 
to science by this expedition its commander received a gold medal 
from the Geographical Society of London, and the reports of the 
expedition fill several volumes. In the Civil War, when, as captain, 
he was in command of the U. S. Ship San Jacinto, he intercepted on 
the high seas, 8 November 1861, the British mail steamer Trent, 
on her way from Havana to St. Thomas, took from her the Confed- 
erate commissioners. Mason and Slidell, with their secretaries, and 
brought them into Boston Harbor. Although he received the thanks 
of Congress and the plaudits of the people of the North for this act, 
the United States Government very properly, at the demand of 
Great Britain, released the prisoners, on the ground that Captain 
Wilkes had not proceeded in the case according to the requirements 
of international law. In May 1920 the remains of Rear Admiral 
Wilkes were removed from Oak Hill Cemetery, where they had 
been buried, and were interred in the National Cemetery at Arlington, 



Ixxiv N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

where a monument to his memory has been erected by the National 
Geographic Society. 

Rear Admiral Wilkes had two sons and two daughters. The elder 
son, John, who was born in 1827 and died in 1908, was graduated 
in 1841 at the head of the first class graduated at the United States 
Naval Academy at Annapolis, and, after several years of service in 
the Navy, resigned and settled at Charlotte, N. C, estabhshing 
there the first national bank in the South. The elder daughter, Jane, 
the subject of this memoir, led an uneventful hfe. She was educated 
in Washington, at the school conducted by Madam Breschard, which 
was then considered the best school in the capital, and was graduated 
there in 1848 in Spanish, French, and English, receiving silver medals 
in recognition of her attainments in these languages. In her ninety- 
second year she showed her interest in the work of the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society by accepting an invitation to become 
a Pilgrim Tercentenary member, and she is succeeded in this mem- 
bership by her nephew, John Francis Wilkes of Charlotte, A.B. 
(University of North Carolina, 1883), M.E. (Stevens Institute of 
Technology, Hoboken, N. J., 1885), son of her deceased brother John. 

Alfred Varnxjm Lincoln, of Charlestown, Mass., a Pilgrim 
Tercentenary member since 1920, was born at Andover, Mass., 
25 August 1852, the son of Rev. Varnum and Emmehne (Sprague) 
Lincoln, and died in East Boston 21 August 1921. It is believed that 
he was descended from Samuel Lincoln of Hingham, Mass., who 
came to New England in 1637, but the ancestral line has been carried 
back with certainty only to Luke Lincoln, from whom Alfred Varnum 
Lincoln traced his descent through Mark, Abel, Abel, and Rev. 
Varnum, his father. 

For more than fifty years Mr. Lincoln had made his home in 
Charlestown, where for more than twenty years he was engaged in 
the real estate business. 

He left generous sums of money for the benefit of his native town, 
Charlestown, and Gilford, N. H., where he had a summer residence, 
and also to several hospitals, a number of churches, mostly Univer- 
salist (for he was a member of this denomination), and other worthy 
causes. 

He married, 18 October 1872, Ida Hannah Cook, who survives 
him, together with five children, Alfred Varnum Lincoln, Jr., Mrs. 
Grace Sprague (Lincoln) Hawkes, Mrs. AUce Thayer (Lincoln) 
Crosby, Florence Lincoln, and Mrs. Ida Mabel (Lincoki) Adams. 

Willard Atherton Nichols, S. B., of Redlands, Calif., a resident 
member since 1907, was born at Standish, Me., 25 August 1844, 
the son of George Henry and Sarah Ann (Atherton) Nichols, and 
died unmarried at Redlands 22 August 1921. He was descended 
from Thomas' Nichols, who was at Amesbury, Mass., as early as 
1665, through Thomas- of Amesbury, David' of Salem, Mass., Capt. 
Ichabod* of Salem, Rev. Ichabod^ of Portland, Me., A.B. (Harvard, 
1802), A.M. (lb., 1805), D.D. (Bowdoin, 1821), S.T.D. (Harvard, 
1831), who died in 1859, and George Henry ,« A.B. (Harvard, 1833), 



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M.D. (University of Pennsylvania, 1836), his father, a distinguished 
physician, who practised his profession at Standish, Me., from 1836 
to 1859 and in Boston from 1859 until his death in 1890. Mr. Nichols 
numbered also among his ancestors Gov. John Winthrop, Gov. 
Thomas Dudley, Mary Chilton of the Mayflower, and many other 
founders of New England. 

He received his early education at a private school and at the 
Standish Academy, and, after the removal of his father to Boston, 
took an advanced course at the Boston Latin School, 1859-1861, 
and was for two years, 1861-1863, a pupil at the Boston English 
High School. He then studied for two years at the Lawrence Scien- 
tific School, Harvard University, taking the course in civil engineering 
and receiving in 1865 the degree of Bachelor of Science. 

From 1865 until 1890 Mr. Nichols was engaged in the practice 
of his profession as a civil engineer. He was connected with the 
Bureau of Sewers in New York City, 1865-66, and was assistant 
engineer of the Sullivan & Erie Railroad, in Pennsylvania, 186&- 
1868, assistant engineer and afterwards resident engineer of the 
European & North American Railway, in Maine and New Brunswick, 
1868-1871, chief engineer of the New Brunswick Railway, 1871-1876, 
and first assistant engineer in the Department of Docks in New York 
City, 1876-1890. 

He was an able and eminent member of his profession, but his 
health became seriously impaired, and he therefore, in 1890, removed 
to southern CaUfornia and engaged in the cultivation of oranges. 
His orange grove at Redlands produced a very fine quahty of fruit. 
His advice as an expert in civil engineering was often sought in 
San Bernardino County, Calif. 

The wide range of his interests is shown by the list of societies 
and clubs of which he was or had been a member. It includes the 
American Society of Civil Engineers, the Prince Society of Boston, 
the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, the Society 
of Colonial Wars in the State of California, the Society of Sons of 
the Revolution in the State of California, the Society of the War of 
1812 in the State of Pennsylvania, the National Geographic Society, 
the Southwest Society of the Archaeological Institute of America, 
the Harvard Club of Los Angeles, Calif., the University Club of 
Redlands, and various other organizations at Redlands. He was a 
trustee of the A. R. Smiley PubUc Library of Redlands and of the 
Unity Church there. 

Mr. Nichols is survived by his twin sister, Mrs. Francis Lowell 
Hills (Elizabeth Keith Nichols) of Marblehead, Mass. 

Henry Oliver Underwood, A.B., of Belmont, Mass., a Pilgrim 
Tercentenary member since 1919, was born in that part of Watertown, 
Mass., which is now included in the town of Belmont, 29 March 
1858, the son of William James and Esther Crafts (Mead) Underwood, 
and died at Nantucket, Mass., 22 August 1921. He was born on the 
old estate originally settled about 1636 bj' his maternal ancestor, 
Roger Wellington, and occupied from that time on by consecutive 
generations of descendants. 



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His grandfather was William Underwood, an Englishman, who 
introduced into New England the art and the industry of preserving 
food by canning. He was born at Great Ealing, co. Middlesex, 
England, 12 November 1787, the son of Wilham Underwood, a 
baker of that parish, and served an apprenticeship with the house 
of Mackey & Company of London, in the trade of pickling and 
preserving food. In 1812 Nicholas Appert, a Frenchman, to whom 
in 1809 a prize of 12,000 francs had been paid by the French Govern- 
ment for the best treatise on the art of preserving animal and vege- 
table substances, published an account of his method in London; 
and in 1817 William Underwood left England for the purpose of 
establishing himself in this business in the United States. He arrived 
at New Orleans, La., in the same year, but, not wishing to settle 
there, started out on foot in search of a suitable place for his business. 
He went into every State at that time in the Union, and in 1819 
came to Boston, having walked almost the entire distance from 
New Orleans. Here he founded the firm of William Underwood & 
Company, manufacturers of canned goods, a business which' is still 
carried on by his descendants under the corporate nam'e of the 
WiUiam Underwood Company. It is not known with certainty when 
he began the business in Boston, but in 1821 he was shipping goods 
to South America, and the next year he was seUing fruits and berries 
in glass jars. At first the bulk of his goods went to foreign markets — 
Gibraltar, India, Batavia, Hong Kong, Manila, Havana, Porto Rico, 
and South America, but so great was the prejudice against American 
goods that oftentimes it was deemed necessary to give them an 
EngUsh label. For a while, from 1819 on, James Underwood, a 
younger brother of William, who also had migrated from England 
to America about 1817, was associated with WilUam in the business 
in Boston, but after two years he removed to Philadelphia, Pa., 
and became a publisher. One of his sons, Charles James Underwood, 
was later, for a time, a member of the Boston firm of WilHam Under- 
wood & Company. 

William Underwood married, 18 December 1824, Betsy Hale, 
a native of Groton, N. H., a granddaughter of Col. John Hale of 
Hollis, N. H., and a descendant of many prominent early settlers 
of New England, among her ancestors being Thomas Hale of New- 
bury, Mass., Isaac Allerton, passenger in the Mayflower, Rev. John 
Miller of Yarmouth and Josiah Winslow of Marshfield in the Plym- 
outh Colony,. Rev. John Maverick of Dorchester, Rev. Peter Bulkley 
and John Hoar of Concord, John Prescott .of Lancaster, John 
Tuttle and John Cogswell of Ipswich, Richard Hutchinson of Salem, 
and Samuel Ward of Hingham, Mass. 

William Underwood died 5 February 1864. Of his nine children, 
William James Underwood, his tliird child and eldest son, was born 
in Boston 22 December 1830 and died 20 April 1897. He married, 
17 June 1852, Esther Crafts Mead, daughter of Samuel 0. and Minnie 
Maria Dix (Wellington) Mead, and had three children, Henry Oliver 
Underwood, the subject of this memoir, William Lyman Underwood 
of Belmont, a director in the business founded by his grandfather, 
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MEMOIRS Ixxvii 

of Technology, and an authority on bacteriology, and Loring Under- 
wood of Belmont, A.B. (Harvard, 1897), a well-known landscape 
architect. After his marriage William James Underwood resided 
in Belmont, and continued to be associated with the business estab- 
lished by his father in Boston. 

Henry Oliver Underwood was prepared for college in the school 
of George Washington Copp Noble of Boston, entered Harvard in 
1875, and was graduated there in 1879, receiving the degree of 
Bachelor of Arts. After spending a year as clerk in the employ of 
M. F. Pickering & Company, ship brokers, of Boston, he entered 
his father's office as a clerk, became a partner in the business in 1886, 
and at the time of his death had been for many years president and 
treasurer of the William Underwood Company, which was incor- 
porated in 1895. He was a director, also, of the Ludlow Manufac- 
turing Associates, the Old Colony Trust Company, the Massachu- 
setts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and other 
organizations. His wealth enabled him to do much for the benefit 
of Belmont, Harvard University, and deserving charities. He gave 
to the town of Belmont a public library, in memory of his parents, 
and also the Underwood Playground and Swimming Pool. He con- 
tributed $100,000 toward the Harvard Endowment Fund. He had a 
summer residence at Nantucket, and aided in erecting in that town 
a hospital in memory of his wife. After becoming a member of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society he made provision for 
the erection of a tablet in the stair hall of the Society's building, 
to commemorate his ancestors. He was a member of the Belmont 
Unitarian Church, the Oakley Country Club, the Country Club of 
Brookline, the Union, Exchange, and Harvard Clubs of Boston, and 
the Boston Chamber of Commerce. 

He married in Boston, 21 May 1884, Jennie Gushing, who died 
several years ago, daughter of Hayward W. and Maria (Pierce) 
Gushing of Boston. Three daughters survive him, Alice Gushing, 
wife of Raynor Monteith Gardiner, S.B. (Harvard, 1909), of Belmont, 
Margaret Gushing of Belmont, and Helen Gushing, wife of Charles 
Oliver Wellington, A.B. (Harvard, 1907), of Belmont. 

Albert Randolph Crittenden, of Middletown, Conn., a Pilgrim 
Tercentenary member since 1919, was born at Portland, Conn., 
4 December 1843, the son of George and Eliza (Sellew) Crittenden, 
and died at Middletown 15 September 1921. He was a descendant 
of Abraham Crittenden, who came to New Haven from the vicinity 
of Dover, England, about 1635, and joined the Guilford colony two 
or three years later. 

He was educated at the Chase School in Middletown and at Brown 
Academy in West Haven, Conn. In 1859 he entered the employ of 
Wilcox & Hall, ship chandlers, of Middletown, and at the age of 
seventeen was placed in charge of the shipping department of this 
firm. When the Civil War broke out, he responded to the call of 
President Lincoln, and in July 1862 enlisted in Company B, Four- 
teenth Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers. He took part in twenty- 
five engagements, and was wounded slightly several times. At the 



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close of the War he returned to Middletown and received his former 
position again. Soon afterwards he became a traveUing salesman 
for the firm, and in 1889 he was admitted to partnership, the name 
of the firm being changed to Wilcox, Crittenden & Company. 

Mr. Crittenden was active in Middletown affairs. In 1894 he 
was elected a trustee of the Middletown Savings Bank, and in 1904 
he was elected mayor of the city and held that office for two years. 
When the Middlesex Hospital was organized, he was chosen president 
and served in that capacity for seven years. 

"Mr. Crittenden was a man of rare character and possessed a 
charming personahty. His cheerful disposition, his friendly way of 
ever treating those in his employ, won him the love of all who knew 
him." 

He married, in 1869, Mary Louise Ferree, who survives him. 

Mrs. Mary Jane (Stull) Studebaker, of South Bend, Ind., a 
Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1919, was bom at South Bend 
25 March 1836, the ninth and youngest child of Henry Stull, and 
died there 17 September 1921. Her grandfather, Godfrey Stull, a 
native of Hanover, Germany, emigrated to America, settled in 
Fayette County, Pa., served in the War of 1812, and later removed 
to Jennings County, Ind. He married Rebecca Hughes, and six 
children were bom to them; the oldest of whom was the father of 
the subject of this memoir. 

Mary Jane Stull "grew to womanhood amid the humble and 
homely surroundings of a pioneer's home," and was married, 
2 January 1860, to John Mohler Studebaker, a young mechanic, who 
was born at Gettysburg, Pa., 10 October 1833, the son of John and 
Rebecca (Mohler) Studebaker. The family migrated to Ashland 
County, Ohio, m 1835, and in 1851 to South Bend, Ind. There the 
young man learned to make wagons, went to California in 1853, 
and, returning to South Bend in 1858, became, with his brothers, 
the organizer of a company which grew into the Studebaker Brothers 
Manufacturing Company and is now the Studebaker Corporation, 
operating one of the largest plants for the manufacture of vehicles 
in the world. He died 16 March 1917. 

The first years of the married life of Mr. and Mrs. Studebaker 
were years of hardship, on account of the Civil War, but these 
hardships were bravely met, and the opportunities given to Mrs. 
Studebaker to engage in relief work were gladly welcomed by her. 
The prosperity which afterwards came to the family through the 
wonderful success of the Studebaker Company enabled Mrs. Stude- 
baker to extend her charities in many directions, but her services 
were given especially to unfortunate children. For many years she 
was one of the most influential and devoted friends of the Orphans' 
Home in Mishawaka, Ind., and it was through her efforts that the 
Work Orphanage at Plymouth, Ind., was placed under the super- 
vision of the State Board of Charities. 

Like her husband, she was reared in the Dunkard faith, and, hke 
hun, went over to the Presbyterian Church; but denominational 
lines were never regarded by her when the call to service for her 



MEMOIKS Ixxix 

fellow men came. It was enough that they needed her. Her response 
was. immediate and helpful. 

Mrs. Studebaker is survived by two of her three children, Grace A. 
Studebaker, wife of Col. Frederick Samuel Fish of South Bend, 
A.B. (University of Rochester, 1873), chairman of the Board of 
Directors of the Studebaker Corporation and a Pilgrim Tercente- 
nary member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
and John Mohler Studebaker, Jr. 

Seymour Morris (formerly Tyler Seymour Morris), of Chicago, 
111., elected a resident member in 1894 and made a life member in 
1898, was bom at Utica, N. Y., 15 February 1863, the youngest son 
of Joseph and Clara Ehzabeth (Seymour) Morris, and died in Chicago 
27 September 1921. He was descended from Lieut. Edward' Morris, 
who was baptized at Nazeing, co. Essex, England, 8 August 1630, 
the son of Thomas and Grissie (Hewsome) Morris, and, emigrating 
to New England, settled at Rpxbury, Mass., and later at New 
Roxbury (Woodstock), Conn., through Dea. Edward^ of Roxbury 
and Woodstock, Lieut. Edward^ of Woodstock, Isaac* of Wilbraham, 
Mass., Ephraim^ of Bethel, Vt., and Joseph* of Utica and Chicago, 
his father. On the maternal side he traced his descent from Richard' 
Seamer (Seymour), who was baptized at Sawbridgeworth, co. Herts, 
England, 27 January 1604/5,* and appears as a proprietor at Hart- 
ford, Conn., in 1639, through Capt. Richard^ of Farmington, Conn., 
Ebenezer^ of Farmington, Capt. Stephen* of Plymouth, Conn., 
Gideon' of Paris, N. Y., Salmon* of Westmoreland, Oneida Co., 
N. Y., and Clara Elizabeth,' his mother. His father was bom at 
Bethel, Vt., and his mother at Paris, Oneida Co., N. Y. 

He was educated in the public schools of Utica, and, after the 
removal of his parents to Chicago in April 1875, in those of the 
latter city, and was graduated at the Chicago High School in 1880. 
On 6 September 1880 he entered the office of Judge Lucius B. Otis, 
in the real estate and renting business at 142 LaSalle Street, Chicago. 
Later he engaged in business by himself, and, his sound judgment 
in financial matters being widely recognized, he was selected as 
trustee of the L. Z. Leiter and many other large estates and became 
a director in a number of important financial organizations. 

During the World War Mr. Morris was appointed chairman of 
Exemption Appeal Board No. 2, of the Northern District of Illinois, 
and served in that capacity until the end of the War. 

He was greatly interested in genealogical research, and had col- 
lected a library of some six thousand volumes, consisting chiefly of 
genealogies, vital records, and New England town histories. His 
published works include "Ephraim and Pamela (Converse) Morris, 
Their Ancestors and Descendants," 1894, "The Tucker Genealogy," 
1901, and "Richard Seymour of Hartford and Norwalk, Conn., and 
Some of His Descendants," which was begun in the Register, vol. 
72, and continued in vol. 73, but was not finished when Mr. Morris 

• For the English home and ancestry of Richard Seamer (Seymour) see Reoistsb, voL 71, 
pp. 105-118. 



IXXX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

died.* He also edited several volumes of publications of the Illinois 
Societies of Mayflower Descendants, Colonial Wars, and the Sons of 
the American Revolution. 

He was the prime mover in the organization of the Society of 
Mayflower Descendants in the State of Illinois, a life member of 
the Society of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
and founder of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois. 
He was also a founder and one of the incorporators of the IlUnois 
Genealogical Society. Among other organizations of which he was 
a member were the Society of the Cincinnati, the New England 
Society of Chicago, the Illinois Society of the Sons of the American 
Revolution, the Pennsylvania Society of the Order of Founders and 
Patriots of America, the Chicago Club, the Union League Clubs of 
Chicago and New York, and the Metropolitan Club of New York. 

He had Deen adjutant of the Chicago Continental Guard, a miU- 
tary organization composed of members of the Society of the Sons 
of the American Revolution, uniformed and equipped similarly to 
the New York Infantry of the Revolution. 

In politics he was a RepubUcan and in religion a Congregational- 
ist, but for many years he held various offices in the Third Presby- 
terian Church of Chicago. 

He married at Chicago, 18 January 1888, Ida Nesbitt Tucker, 
daughter of William Stringham Snyder and IV^artha Ann (Nesbitt) 
Tucker, a descendant of Gov. WilUam Bradford, John Alden, and 
Thomas Rogers of the Mayflower, and of Gov. Thomas Dudley of 
the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay, and since 1920 a Pilgrim Ter- 
centenary member of the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society. Mrs. Morris survives her husband, with one son, Seymour 
Tucker Morris of Chicago. 

Mrs. Laura Cornelia (Bingham) Heely, of New York City, a 
resident member since 1913, was born at Buffalo, N. Y., 18 April 
1846, the daughter of Alonzo Landon and Louisa Maria (Folsom) 
Bingham, and died at South Lee, N. H., 15 October 1921. She was 
a descendant of Dea. Thomas' Bingham of Norwich and Windham, 
Conn., who married Mary Rudd, through Joseph,^ Dea. Elijah,' 
Vine,* Homer,' and Capt. Alonzo Landon,' her father, who was born 
at Perry, N. Y., 18 August 1816, and died at Saginaw, Mich., 25 
January 1893. His wife, Louisa Maria Folsom, whom he married at 
Buffalo 29 June 1845, was born there 31 May 1823, and died at Sagi- 
naw 25 February 1901. He was engaged in educational work, migrated 
with his family to Saginaw while his daughter was still a young 
girl, and became especially prominent in his chosen profession. He 
was a captain in the Civil War. Mrs. Heely numbered also among 
her ancestors Rev. Peter Bulkley, Capt. Roger Clap, Mark 
Hunking, chief justice of New Hampshire, and members of other 
prominent famihes of early New England. 

She received a good common-school education. Left a widow in 
Saginaw when only thirty years of age, she soon had the distinction 

♦The first instalment of thia article, containing the first three generations of the New Eng- 
land family, was reprinted from the Rboister and published by Mr. Morris in pamphlet form. 



MEMOIRS . Ixxxi 

of being the only woman register of deeds in the country. She took 
up genealogical research as a profession, and became well known as 
a genealogist in New York City, whither she removed, and its 
vicinity. She was an authority on the ancestry of New Hampshire 
families, and did much valuable research work in connection with 
the Society of Majrflower Descendants, the Society of Colonial Wars, 
and other hereditary-patriotic societies. 

She was a member of the New York Historical Society, the New 
York Genealogical and Biographical Society, the Society of the 
Daughters of the American Revolution, the New Hampshire Chapter 
of the United States Daughters of the War of 1812, of which she was 
historian, the Military Society of the Frontier, and the Washington 
Headquarters Association, of which she was for many years a direc- 
tor. Her valuable collection of genealogical data becomes the prop- 
erty of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. 

She was married at Saginaw, 9 February 1871, to John Jasper 
Heely, formerly of Manchester, England, son of William and Ann 
Heely, a prominent lawyer of Saginaw, who died there in 1877, 
aged 33 years. Three daughters survive her, Mrs. Stanley Lyman 
Otis (Blanche Heely) of New York City, Mrs. George A. Hayes 
(Neal Heely) of Boston, and Mrs. George W. King (Gertrude Heely) 
of Yonkers, N. Y. Another daughter, Ruth Heely, now deceased, 
twin sister of Gertrude, was the wife of Judson Hodgkins of New 
York City. 

Camillus George Kidder, A.B., LL.B., of New York City, a life 
member since 1883, was bom in Baltimore, Md., 6 July 1850, the 
son of Camillus and Sarah Thompson (Herrick) Edder, and died 
in New York City 20 October 1921. He was descended from James' 
Kidder of Cambridge and Billerica, Mass. (whose ancestry has been 
traced back to Richard ICidder, living at Maresfield, co. Sussex, 
England, in 1492), through John^ of Chelmsford, Mass., Thomas' of 
Chelmsford, Col. Reuben,* who, with two of his Ijrothers, Aaron and 
Joseph, was an early settler of New Ipswich, N. H., Reuben,' A.B. 
(Dartmouth, 1791), a lawyer of Waterville, Me., and Camillus,* his 
father. He was, therefore, a second cousin of Edward Hartwell 
Kidder, of whom a memoir may be found on page Ixviii of this Supple- 
ment, both being great-grandsons of Col. Reuben* Kidder of New 
Ipswich, N. H. Hjs father, Camillus' Kidder, bom at Waterville, 
Me., was in early life in business in Bangor, Me., but in 1838 removed 
to Maryland and in 1842 entered on a large commission business in 
Baltimore, in which he was engaged during the Civil War. He died 
in Boston in 1883. Sarah Thompson Herrick, wife of Camillus' 
Kidder, was a native of Hampden, Me., being the daughter of Jede- 
diah Herrick of Hampden, who was a major general in the militia 
in the War of 1812. 

Camillus George Kidder was twelve years old when he was first 
sent to school, his teacher being a Mr. Beecher in Brooklyn, N. Y., 
a cousin of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. He was prepared for college 
at the Phillips Academy at Exeter, N. H., entered Harvard as a 
Sophomore, held a high rank in his class, and was graduated in 1872. 



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After a trip to Europe, he entered the Harvard Law School in 1873, 
and received there the degree of Bachelor of Laws, cum laude, in 
1875. 

After completing his course at the Law School he became manag- 
ing clerk in the law office of Emott, Burnett & Hammond of New 
York City, and in January 1877 he was admitted to the New York 
bar. In November of the same year he was made a member of the 
firm, the name of which was changed, in February 1879, to Emott, 
Hammond & Kidder. On the death of the senior partner, James 
Emott, Mr. Kidder started in the practice of the law by himself, 
but in 1891 entered into partnership with John Stevens Melcher, 
A.B. (Harvard, 1881), LL.B. (Columbia, 1884). In 1896 William M. 
Ivins joined the firm, which then took the name of Ivins, Kidder & 
Melcher. On the death of Mr. Ivins, Mr. Melcher withdrew from 
the firm, and Mr. Kidder formed a new partnership in the firm of 
Ayres & Riggs, later Alger & Ayres, Mr. Charles Hamilton Ayres 
also being a graduate of Harvard (A.B., 1898, A.M., 1899, Ph.D., 
1901, LL.B., 1905). Mr. Ayres died in 1917. 

For many years Mr. Kidder resided in Orange, N. J. He was a 
school commissioner there frofn 1890 to 1893, served on the Excise 
Board of that city for nine years, resigning in 1910, and then was 
made a member of the Park Commission of Essex County, N. J. 
In 1912 he was vice president of the National Municipal League and 
chairman of a committee of this organization that was charged with 
an investigation of the liquor problem. He was one of the early 
advocates of military preparedness, was a member of the Security 
League and the American Rights League, and deUvered pubhc 
addresses on this subject in the early days of the World War. 

He was a member of various bar associations, of the Civil Service 
Reform Association, of the New England Society of New York, and 
of several clubs, among which were the Harvard Clubs of New York 
City and of New Jersey, the University and Century Clubs of New 
York City, and the Cosmos Club of Washington, D. C. 

He married in New York City, 3 December 1881, Matilda Cushman 
Faber, daughter of Gustavus William and AngeUca B. Faber of New 
York City, who survives him, together with three children, Jerome 
Faber Kidder of Lake Mohonk, N. Y., Mrs. Eugene Yorke Allen 
(Lois Faber Kidder) of Plainfield, N. J., and George Herrick Faber 
Kidder of Miimeapolis, Minn. . 

Rev. Roswell Randall Hoes, A.M., Chaplain, U. S. N., Retired, 
of Washington, D. C, a corresponding member since 1879, was bom 
at Kingston, N. Y., 28 February 1850, the son of Rev. Dr. C. F. 
and Lucy Maria Hoes, and died in Washington 26 October 1921. 

He received his preliminary education in the Kingston (N. Y.) 
Academy, and later studied at Amherst College and Princeton Uni- 
versity, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts from Princeton in 
1871 and that of Master of Arts from the same institution in 1874. 
In the following year he was graduated at the Princeton Theological 
Seminary, after completing the three years' course there. 

He was appointed a chaplain in the Navy by President Arthur, 



MEMOIRS lx_xxiii 

26 July 1882, having been recommended for this position by spch 
men as Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, President McCosh of Princeton, 
and Secretary of State Frelinghuysen. He served as chaplain for 
almost thirty years, attained the rank of commander in 1897 and 
that of captain in 1903, and was retired, wiih the latter rank, in 
February 1912. In the War with Spain he was assigned for duty 
to the U. S. Ship Iowa, attached to the fleet in Cuban waters and 
commanded by Capt. Kobley D. Evans. 

Chaplain Hoes found his recreation in genealogical and historical 
research. Years ago, at the request of the Qi'een of the Hav/ailan 
Islands and by arrangement with Secretary Blaine, he was engaged 
to artange the govenmient archives and to prepare a bibliography 
of the Kingdom of Hawaii. Later he did similar work with reference 
to the early history of the Dutch settlers in New Amsterdaui. In 
1891 appeared his monumental work, « "Baptismal and Marriage 
Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Xing^ton, Ulster County. New 
York," wliich he had himself transcribed and edited and which was 
printed for him by the Dc Vinne Press of New York. 

Captain Hoes was a member of the Huguenot Society or America, 
the State historical societies of New Jersey, PenjDs\''!vaaia, and Vir- 
ginia, the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, the 
Newport Historical Society, the Hawaiian Historical Society, the 
Society of Colonial Wars in the State of ?flbode Island, the Society 
of Sons of the Revolution, and the Cosmos Club of Washington. 

He married first, shortly after leaving the Seminary, Elizabeth 
Seabrook Welch, who died in 1879; and secondly, ame years later, 
Rose de Chine Gouverneur of New York, who survives him, together 
with four children, John Paul Hoes and IsaboH Derrauoe b'oes of 
New York, Lieut. Gouverneur Hoes, U.S.A., and Laurence Gouver- 
neur Hoes of Washington; 

John V.a.cher Bacot, of Utica, N. Y., a Pilgrim Tercentenary 
member since 1919, was born at- Jersey City, N. J.. 31 October 18.57, 
the son of Robert Cochran and Mary (Gilchrist) Bacot, and die.d at 
Utica 30 October 1921. He was descended from Pierre' iiacot, a 
Huguenot, who was born at Tours, I-cance, in March ib70, and 
married Jacquine Mercier in 1690, He eirJ.grated vvith his famUy 
to South Carolina in the latter pan of the sevcQJeenth century, 
settled as a planter at Goose Creek, about nineteen miles from 
Charleston, on the Santee River, and aftenvard took up his resi- 
dence in Charleston. From him the line of descent is continued 
through Pierre,^ Pierre or Peter,^ Thomas Wright,^ the first post- 
master of Charleston after the adoption of the Coustitutioi;, Peter,' 
who removed to Jereey City in 1836, and Robert Cochr;;,/!,* father 
of the subject of this memoir. His paiernal grandmother, the wife 
of Peter* Bacot, was Mary Eugenia Cochran, da.ught,er of Col. 
Charles Burnham Cockran of Charleston, who was f-.^r aeverjil ysarB 
a member of the South Caroh'na Legislature; and graaddaughier of 
Capt. Robert Cochran, who was born at Ivondonde-rv , N, H., about 
1735, of Scotch-Irish ancestry, became a sailor, settled in Charleston 



Ixxxiv N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOdlETY 

in 1763, and, as a captain in the naval service of South Carolina in 
the Revolution, did much to uphold the American cause. 

John Vacher Bacot was educated at private schools, the last of 
which was the Hasbrouck Institute in Jersey City, which he left at 
the age of sixteen. For three years after this he attended the Cooper 
Institute evening debating classes, and also, for two years, studied 
once a week, in the evening, elocution and dramatic expression under 
Charles G. D. Roberts. 

When he was sbcteen years of age, he entered his father's office, 
intending to become a civil engineer; but soon afterwards he 
decided to study law, and began his training for this profession in 
the office of Alexander T. McGiU, a lawyer of Jersey City. Three 
years later, upon the appointment of Mr. McGill as chancellor of 
New Jersey, Mr. Bacot entered the office of his uncle, Robert Gil- 
christ, a former attorney general of New Jersey, and one year later, 
in 1881, he was admitted as attorney at law and soUcitor in chancery. 
In 1884 he was admitted by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as 
counsellor and was made a master in chancery. In 1911 he was 
admitted as an attorney and counsellor of the Supreme Court of the 
United States. 

For five years he had as a law partner George L. Record, the firm 
name being Bacot & Record. His practice was mostly in corporation 
cases, and he was for a long time counsel for the First National Bank 
of New York City and allied interests, being associated in these 
matters for three years with Hon. Garret Augustus Hobart, later 
Vice President of the United States. 

Early in his career he became engaged in promoting the organiza- 
tion of companies for supplying cities and towns with water. At 
the age of twenty-two he took' part in estabUshing the Hackensack 
Water Works, for the purpose of furnishing pure water to Hoboken, 
N. J., and to several adjoining cities, towns, and villages, now about 
fifty in number. Afterwards he represented for three years the East 
Jersey Water Company as one of its agents and attorneys in its large 
operations in municipal water supply in northern New Jersey. With 
others, in 1898-99, he assisted in the organization and development 
of the ConsoUdated Water Company of Utica, of which he was 
afterwards president. He was also president of the Utica City Ice 
Company. Both of these companies are public utilities in Utica and 
in surrounding towns and villages. 

Mr. Bacot was a member of the Huguenot Society of America, the 
Huguenot Society of South CaroHna, Les Amis de la France of Paris, 
the St. CeciUa Society of Charleston, one of the oldest and most 
conservative social organizations in this country, and of several 
social and athletic clubs in Utica and vicinity and elsewhere. In 
Jersey City he was long a vestryman of St. Matthew's Church (Prot- 
estant Episcopal), and after his removal to Utica he was a member 
of Grace Church in that city. 

His interest in his Huguenot progenitors inspired him to set up, 
in the stair hall of the building of the New England Historic Genea- 
logical Society, a beautiful tablet of Caen stone, in memory of 
Pierre Bacot, his immigrant ancestor. 



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He married first, 10 September 1894, Elizabeth Coley Carter, who 
died in 1900, daughter of OHver Stanley and Elizabeth (Coley) 
Carter; and secondly, 17 January 1921, Katherine Clarke of Morris- 
town, N. J., who survives him, together with his two children, John 
Vacher Bacot, Jr., and Eleanor Carter Bacot, wife of Howard A. 
Darrin of New York. He also leaves a brother, Richard Wainwright 
Bacot of New York, and a sister, Mrs. Annie B. Roundey of Madison, 
N. J. 

Emily Wilder Leavitt, of Brookline, Mass., a;life member since 
1898, was born in Boston 28 December 1837, the daughter of Benson 
and Abigail (Ward) Leavitt, and died at Roxbury, Mass., 2 November 
1921. She was a descendant of Thomas' Leavitt, who was at Exeter, 
N. H., in 1639 and afterwards removed to Hampton, N. H., through 
Aratus' of Hampton, Thomas,' Benjamin,* Thomas,' and Benson,' 
her father. Benson Leavitt was born at Hampton Falls, N. H., 
21 June 1797, and married Abigail Ward, who was born at Hampton 
12 April 1801, the daughter of Capt. Thomas and Lydia (Garland) 
Ward. Mr. Leavitt resided in Boston, where he was elected to the 
Board of Alderman and served as acting mayor of the city. 

Miss Leavitt was educated at the old Hancock School in Boston, 
and made genealogy her profession. She compiled the genealogies 
of several families, some of which were published, and she contrib- 
uted from time to time genealogical articles and records to The 
New England Historical and Genealogical Register. In 
collaboration with J. Howard Morse and under the auspices of the 
Morse Society she compiled the "Morse Genealogy," a revision of 
Rev. Abner Morse's "Memorial of the Morses," published in 1850. 

Miss Leavitt was a Unitarian, and was interested in various 
religious and charitable organizations. She had been secretary of 
the Women's Auxihary of the First Church, Roxbury, a director of 
the Old Ladies' Hqjne in Roxbury, and chairman of the Library 
Committee of the Women's Educational and Industrial Union of 
Boston. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Putnam (Peabody)^ Rogers, of Boston, a 
Pilgrim Tercentenary member since 1919, was born at Salem, Mass., 
10 May 1829, the daughter of Francis and Martha (Endicott) 
Peabody of Salem, and died in Boston 27 November 1921. She 
was a descendant of Lieut. Francis' Peabody, who came to New 
England in the Planter in 1635, settled at Ipswich, Mass., and 
removed later to Topsfield, Mass., through Isaac^ of Topsfield, 
Francis,' Francis,* Joseph,' and Francis,' her father. Her mother 
was a daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Putnam) Endicott .of 
Worcester, Mass. 

She was educated in the school of Miss EHzabeth Peabody on 
Charter Street, Salem, and afterwards, with her sister Martha, 
received instruction from an English governess. 

The Peabody family Hved in a beautiful home on Essex Street, 
Salem, where the Armory now stands. Mr. Peabody had consid- 
erable knowledge of science, made several inventions, and lectured 



Ixxxvi N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

on physics and chemistry in lyceum courses in Boston and other 
places. During the early fifties the family made an extended tour 
of Europe, where they met many interesting people and enjoyed 
educational advantages which bore fruit in the refinement of Miss 
Peabody's conversation and in her knowledge of literature and art. 

She was married, 9 February 1853, to Jacob Crowninshield Rogers 
of Salem, a merchant and banker, who in his later years was a part- 
ner in the firm of J. P. Morgan & Company in London and an agent 
of this house in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers lived for many years 
in England, and on their return resided at 231 Commonwealth 
Avenue, Boston, and at the beautiful estate of Oak Hill in PeabodJ^ 
Mr. Rogers died in Boston 2 January 1900. 

Mrs. Rogers was one of the founders and for many years president 
of the Boston Society of Decorative Art. She was also one of the 
founders and president of Brooke House, a model boarding house 
for working girls, on Chandler Street, Boston. She was untiring in 
her efforts to make these undertakings successful, and was generous 
in her support of them and of many other charitable and rehgious 
institutions. Many young women students and workers were helped 
by her. She was a Unitarian, and was prominent in the activities 
of the First Church in Boston, to which she gave a fine organ. 

Although she had no children, she was the centre of a great family 
circle, by whom she was loved and is sincerely mourned. 

Benjamin Butler Oilman, of Haverhill, Mass., a resident mem- 
ber since 1915, was born at Exeter, N. H., 27 August 1861, the son 
of John Whittingham and Julia Colton (Thing) Gilman, and died 
at Haverhill 5 December 1921. 

While a young man in Exeter, he was connected with the Perkins 
Express Company, and acquired a general knowledge of business 
and a fund of information about transportation matters. In Haver- 
hill, whither he went to reside about forty years "ago, he held impor- 
tant positions with the Carter, Russell Express Company and was 
for many years in charge of its main office. Hd made a special study 
of the shoe-findings industry, and later entered that business for 
himself, being for over twenty years at the head of the B. B. Gilman 
Company, which was engaged in the manufacture of such products, 

Mr. Gilman was one of the leading business men of Haverhill. At 
the time of his death he was a member of the Haverhill Water Board, 
a director of the Essex National Bank, and one of the county com- 
missioners of Essex County. He was also a member of many Masonic 
organizations, and his religious aflaliations were ■ with the First 
Universalist Church. 

He married, 10 September 1914, Bertha Lord, daughter of William 
Crofford and Eleanor Cordelia (Morrill) Lord, who survives him. 
Two sisters also are living, Mrs. Irving Sleeper of St. Louis, Mo., 
and Miss Tina Gilman. 

James Wells Goodwin, A.B., of Haverhill, Mass., a resident 
member since 1919, was born at Haverhill 1 October 1855, the 
third son of James Mum-oe and Martha Ann (Currier) Goodwin, 



MEMOIRS IxXXvii 

and died there, unmarried, 12 December 1921. HeTwas descended 
from Edward' Goodwin of Salisbury, Mass., through Richard,^ 
Samuel,' Daniel,* Theophilus,' Wells," and James Munroe,' his 
father. He numbered also among his ancestors Thomas' Wells of 
Ipswich, Mass., who came in the Susan and Ellen from London in 
1635, and, on his mother's side, Richard' Currier of Salisbury and 
Amesbury, Mass. 

He was prepared for college at the Haverhill High School, entered 
Harvard in 1873, and received the degree of Bachelor of Arts there 
in 1877. From October 1877 to January 1880 he was a student in 
the Harvard Law School, and after leaving the Law School Ije read 
law until he passed the Essex County bar examinations in the fol- 
lowing June. 

Soon afterwards he entered as a clerk a law office in St. Paul, 
Minn., and the following year edited the Federal Reporter. Return- 
ing to Haverhill in the spring of 1882, he accepted a position with a 
leather firm, but in February 1887 gave up business and entered 
upon the practice of the law in his native city. His inclination to 
give special attention to financial matters led him to organize, in 
the same year, the Citizens Cooperative Bank of Haverhill, of which 
he became the leading spirit. At the first meeting of its founders 
he was elected secretary and treasurer, and continued to hold these 
positions until his death. 

Mr. Goodwin was a member of the Harvard and University Clubs 
of Boston and the Pentucket Club of Haverhill, and belonged to the 
Masonic fraternity. 

He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Lindsley H. Shepard (Florence 
Goodwin) of Brookline, Mass. 

Nelson Slater Bartlett, A.B., of Manchester, Mass., a resident 
member since 1916, was born in Boston 11 April 1848, the son of 
Matthew and Mary Eliza (Meads) Bartlett, and died there 23 Decem- 
ber 1921. He traced his descent from Richard' Bartlett, who is 
found at Newbury, Mass., in 1637, through Richard^ of Newbury, 
Richard' of Newbury, Richard* of Newbury, Richard' of Sutton, 
Mass., Stephen' of Sutton, Dea. Stephen' of Sutton and Dudley, 
Mass., Nathaniel' of Dudley, who married at Dudley, in 1814, 
Polly Foster, moved to Petersburg, Va., and died there in 1823, 
and Matthew,' his father. Matthew' Bartlett was born at Peters- 
burg 21 August 1817, came North in early manhood, was for a while 
in the employ of Samuel Slater & Son, cotton manufacturers in 
Rhode Island, and finally settled in Boston, where he was engaged 
in business until his death in 1880. He married in Boston, in 1847, 
Mary Eliza Meads, who was born in Boston 9 September 1826, 
daughter of Joseph (1798-1844) and Abby (Ingersoll) Meads of 
Boston and granddaughter of Thomas and Charlotte (Dodge) 
Meads of Lunenburg, Mass. 

Nelson Slater Bartlett was prepared for college under a private 
tutor, entered Harvard in 1867, and received there the degree of 
Bachelor of Arts in 1871. 

After graduation he travelled in Europe for a year, and then 



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engaged in bxisiness. For many years he was at the head of the 
iron firm of N. S. Bartlett & Company of Boston; but in 1905 he 
re